I had these two beautiful photos of my niece making dandelion wishes and knew that they would work perfectly with the wildflowers and pink tones from the Curators Meadow collection.
I started with the Curators Meadow Solids 2 paper as I loved the warm apricot pink tone and inked the edge. When I emptied out the Meadow Ephemera Bits, I saw how beautiful the packaging was and decided to use that as one of my patterned papers. I simply inked the edge and attached it to the right side of the background paper. I slipped a torn piece of a large Ephemera Bit under the right edge of the packaging piece and two of the frames from the Laser Cut Elements under the left edge.
I backed the photo with pieces from the Ephemera Bits, inking the edges of all of the pieces. I then attached the photo with foam tape at the bottom of the packaging piece.
It was time now to add details to the layout with the amazing rub-ons that come with the Meadow collection. I used a selection of rub-ons from both the 6×8 Rub-on Transfer Set and the 12×12 Rub-on Transfer Sheet. I added black rubons to the top and bottom left corners and the bottom right corner. I then added a daisy rub-on over the frames beside the photo and a butterfly rub-on in the top right corner of the packaging piece.
Further, brown coffee stain rub-ons and word rub-ons were added, including to the right of the photo, and layered with the black rub-ons in the top left corner. Finally, the title was added with some word rub-ons in two different fonts.
The last touch is the bird and phrase from the Laser Cut Elements.
49 and Market products:
12×12 Collection Pack
Laser Cut Elements