All Good Things by Lisa Gregory

All Good Things by Lisa Gregory

Hello my beautiful friends.
December is upon us, and so is one of the newest collections from 49 and Market. Vintage Artistry Wedgewood! The colors are so beautiful!! Every single design on the papers is gorgeous!! I used 1 piece of paper from the collection for this layout, showcasing both sides. I simply cut a square out of the middle of the paper and flipped it to the opposite side. I mounted it on some corrugated cardboard using Mod Podge, and distressed the edges. I used some crackle paint and Lindy’s Stamp Gang Magical Shakers in Antique Gold and Bratwurst Brown, mixed in water, to paint over the crackle paste. I used some distress ink to ink the edges of the papers. Oh!! And don’t forget the Wedgewood Layered Embellishments!!! They add a whole new dimension to your projects. I used some leaves at the bottom of the layout hugging the sentiment. All Good Things. Like the gorgeous gold leaf my granddaughter is holding in the photo. My cousin mailed me some Autumn leaves form New York, because we don’t have that season in Florida.

All Good Things by Lisa Gregory

Here is a closeup of the floral cluster. I used some of the laser cut leaves from the Seaside Mini Collection and tucked them under the flowers and layers. I love how you can use pieces from different collections, and they all seem to match perfectly! Even with the newest Collections, I pull out the older ones to see what I can use! I always find something!

All Good Things by Lisa Gregory

I love the laser cuts in the collection. This wooden look frame was perfect for this photo of my granddaughter. I inked the edges with Vintage Photo distress ink, and a bit of the Lindys Shakers mixed with water. I placed it on some corrugated cardboard for height and dimension, then adhered it to the background, and popped the photo in it.

All Good Things by Lisa Gregory

I created the flower clusters using flowers from 3 different packs. Parchment, Cobalt blue, and Sky, were the perfect colors for these papers. I planted some butterflies here and there, using some clear glitter to make them sparkle. I also add the glitter to the little laser cut sequins and beads, and scattered them throughout the page. They look like real sequins! But prettier!

49 and Market products:

VAW-33102 Vintage Artistry Wedgewood - BreezeVintage Artistry Wedgewood
Breeze
Vintage Artistry Wedgewood
Bonus Laser Cut
VAW-33140 Wedgewood Layered EmbellishmentsVintage Artistry Wedgewood
Layered Embellishments
s-31757-seaside-laser-cut-outsSeaside
Bonus Laser Cut
Country Blooms - CobaltCountry Blooms
Cobalt
Country Blooms - SkyCountry Blooms
Sky
Garden Petals - ParchmentGarden Petals
Parchment
Pixie Petals - ParchmentPixie Petals
Parchment
Lacey Trim - CreamLacey Trim
Cream

Thank you for joining me today. I hope that you will give Wedgewood a try. It really is a perfect blend of gorgeous rich colors. I have one more project for 2020! In the meantime, check back to the blog often to see what the Design Team has created for your inspiration! I know I am always awed by their work!! xoxo

Lisa Gregory - DT 2020