Monday, March 28, 2016

Baby Love

Hello to you all

The last of the Theme Posts this month is just amazing ... Babies ... such a beautiful topic
and the girls have done an amazing job.

First up is Jules.

 "One boring brown frame has been coated with gesso, then covered with a mica powder/gel mix, and finished with a coat of "Gilded Gold" Glimmermist. The chipboard has been embossed with Stampendous chunky white embossing enamel to create a more textured and luxurious finish. I have completed the frame with flowers, vines, butterflies and rhinestones.
Perfect for a baby girl's bedroom."

Tracey has made a sweet box for memorabilia 

 "I have created a keepsake box for a baby. The idea is you can keep all the little things about your new baby such as first ultrasound photo, first lock of hair, cards and special messages etc. I have decorated an tin with scraps of paper and washi tape. Then decorated it with flowers and ID chipboard. I have heat embossed the chipboard train, frame, and words with an antique white embossing powder."

Leonie's layout just rocks!
"There are no babies in my life at the moment so I went back almost 15 years 
and printed this photo of my eldest Son. I haven't scrapped many of his baby 
photos so this is a start for me. He loved trains so I painted the Chipboard train blue 
and added some kindy glitz for sparkle. The chipboard title pieces I painted with glue 
and then covered in silver glitter. The starburst also got some glitter added to 
the tips after I'd painted it yellow."

Solange's little keepsake box is just gorgeous.

 The touches of crackle medium give it a soft and tender look.

Thanks so much ladies for sharing these amazing projects.

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  1. What a beautiful frame!! So pretty in pink! Love the tin. great place to store little mementos like baby's first haircut, first lost tooth and such! The layout is simply darling and the blue keepsake box is also quite darling!!! The ladies have done a great job on Baby Month!!

  2. all you girls did such an amazing job on this theme!