Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Like Mother, Like Daughter LO

It's Wednesday! Am back with another DT project for Papier. Oh oh, I got myself the new Slice Elite. Sweettttt.... I will write a review on it, soon I hope. Will do it when I'm done experimenting what it can cut. Let's move on to my DT project for this week.

Last week I did a 8"x8" canvas and for this week it's a 12"x12" LO with Slice. So many things that you can do with Slice. It's entirely up to you what and how you want it. It's no longer a secret that I'm crazy about Slice.

I cut out the design from the pp and layer it together at the bottom and the right side of the photo. This is another way to make full use of your pp.

I like it busy. I can't leave the background blank / plain. It's like something is missing. I used the Tattered Angels Glimmer Screens and dab it with distress ink. Oh, I love this particular Glimmer Screens kit, 9 pieces in it and it's all gorgeous.

The roses, I used my beloved Slice to create it and add Stickles to jazz it up. I like it! The impossible is possible with Slice. Don't be afraid to explore your Slice, you'll be amazed with what you can do with it.

What's my project for next week? Hint hint : "clear". Till next week, same time, same day, wait for it......
happy crafting!

Slice Design card: Basic 2 & Basic 3.

Materials used: Webster's Pages (seaside retreat), Coredinations c/s, Embossed c/s, Fiskars clear stamp (All Around Quotes), Tattered Angels Glimmer Screens Fanciful Stencils (Starter Kit), Distress Ink (Crushed Olive & Spiced Marmalade), Kaiser rub ons, Ancient Page Dye Ink (Henna & Sienna), Ice Stickles.


Amelia Khalik said...

omg...those flowers is tdf!!! So..pretty and amazing distress work too..:))

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous dear. Roses are just so lovely.

It was great meeting you again at Papier Members day.. :)

Rosa said...

Ame- use your slice and make the flowers. Hehehe...

Annie- nice mtg u too. Hope to see u again.

yyam said...

Really lovely! Love the masking! And a great photo too! :)

Naddy said...

Pretty LO! love the little details :)