I added self adhesive Coral Pearls to accent the sun image on the “Good as Gold” cutout. I decided to paint “November” to match the teal in the paper using my DecoArt Traditions Artist Acrylics: Phthalo Green-Blue added to a base of white paint. Perfect! Once it dried I coated it with Glossy Accents – the shine really makes the Fancy Chipboard Words just pop off the page!
I love, love, love the new chipboard Fences designed by Nina Brackett! They come in 2 sizes, and the larger set is perfectly sized to coordinate with Susan K. Weckesser’s Little Haven stamp from Unity.
The house was stamped, paper pieced and painted. I used a dry brushing technique on the chipboard fence to make it look all old and peeling, then I adhered it to the page with Scor-Tape. I also created this floral embellishment by layering a couple of flowers and then placing each of these individual little gems exactly where I wanted them. I love how it turned out!
Be sure to check the online store for the paper by Susan K. Weckesser and all of the Want2Scrap® products I used on this layout. You can find the links at the bottom of this post.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you find some time to play today! Susie
Want2Scrap Products for November Girl layout:
- 72 Count – Turquoise Rhinestones
- 72 Count – Teardrop Bling – White Pearls
- 72 Count – Teardrop Bling – Silver Rhinestones
- 72 Count – Coral Pearls
- Fancy Chipboard Word, November small
- Fences by Nina Brackett – Chipboard Embellishment
- Color Burst paper by Susan K. Weckesser
- Beautiful Daydreams paper by Susan K. Weckesser
- Live In Color Tags paper by Susan Weckesser
- Little Haven Stamp set by Susan Weckesser for Unity Stamps
- Spellbinders Grand Labels One
- DecoArt Traditions Artist Acrylics
- Scor-Tape, 1/4″
- Simple Stories Vintage Bliss, Prima flowers, Distress Inks, American Crafts Thickers, My Mind’s Eye All Is Bright and Indie Chic Washi Tape, Sticko Hearts stickers, Glossy Accents, gesso, cardstock, tag