Friday, 23 September 2016

C85 Shabby Rose Collection -
Everyday Joy -
by  Ada Nicholls 



Requirements:

Photos:  2 x 4 x 6 ‘’ portrait, 1 x 5 x 7 ‘’ portrait.

Paper: C85 002 – rose doors  (white floral), C85 008 – Rose wood  (pink flourish) and C 85 002 -  Rose doors – (stripes), 2 x plain dark grey cardstock, 2 x plain light grey cardstock and 4 x plain pink cardstock.
Chipboard : DC 75 012 – flower circle, DC85 005 – Title Everyday joy, DC85 011 – Flower frame
Stencils : Bicycle stencil. 

Embellishments : Flowers  Extras :  Silver paint and white texture paste.
 
Matting:  When matting add ¼” extra on each colour you matt with ie: photo size 4 x 6– matting 4 ¼ x 6 ¼”and so on.

Instructions:

Left page:

1.     Use grey as the background page.
2.    Use the pink flourish and cut it to 11 ¾ x 11 ½ ‘’. Stick on the background sheet. Turn the top left and bottom corners over just slightly.
3.    Use plain pink and cut it to 10 ¾ x 10 ¾’’. Stick it on the patten sheet making sure it is in the centre.
4.    Use the floral pattern and cut a piece 11 ½ x 11 ½’’.
5.    Use pink ink and blend a little at the bottom.
6.    Use the stencil and do the masking.
7.    Matt the photos on grey and pink. 
8.    Stick on the page.
9.    Paint the chippies using silver paint.
10. Add on the page.
11.  Use stripe of paper and roll it tight – almost creating a paper straw.
12. Cut small pieces and stick next to each other on the bottom over the flag pieces.
13. Create the flags using different pieces of pattern.

Right page:

1.     Use grey as the background page.
2.    Use the pink flourish and cut it to 11 ¾ x 11 ½ ‘’. Stick on the background sheet. Turn the top left and bottom corners over just slightly.
3.    Use plain pink and cut it to 10 ¾ x 10 ¾’’. Stick it on the patten sheet making sure it is in the centre.
4.    Use the floral pattern and cut a piece 11 ½ x 11 ½’’.
5.    Use pink ink and blend a little on the right side.
6.    Use the stencil and do the masking.
7.    Matt the photo on grey and pink. 
8.    Stick on the page.
9.    Paint the chippies using silver paint.
10. Add on the page.
11.  Use stripe of paper and roll it tight – almost creating a paper straw.
12. Cut small pieces and stick next to each other on the bottom over the flag pieces.
13. Create the flags using different pieces of pattern.


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