Hello friends! Debbie with you today sharing a layout using some gorgeous Melissa Frances products! These products are so versatile and absolutely love the fact that they can be used for scrapbooking, cardmaking and home decor! I can see my house getting a few decoration makeovers soon! If you love the Farmhouse look Melissa's home decor products are some of the most popular style out today. If you have a wedding you are planning for be sure to check out her Wedding products! If you are a photographer Melissa has some great props for wedding photos or engagement photos!
Talking of weddings, I found this gorgeous photo and wanted to scrap it so here is the layout I created and I'll go through the details with you too!
Choose your main supplies.
We'll start this layout by altering the chipboard, I simply cut it in half and painted it with Gesso.
Once the pieces are dry simply give them a quick spray with your favorite mists.
Next step is to paint all your pieces including your wood embellishment. Set aside and let them dry.
On your patterned paper outline in pencil where you want your photo to be placed.
Using a Stencil of choice and Mud or modeling paste add some texture around the penciled area.
Cut a mat piece for your photo and adhere a piece of cardboard to the back for dimension.
Time to adhere your photo and flowers to the layout.
Hi friends! Debbie with you today. Today I'm sharing a layout using some gorgeous Melissa Frances products! These products are so versatile and absolutely love the fact that they can be used for scrap booking, card making and home decor! I'm sharing a layout that is special for me, the photo is of our daughter's wedding a couple of years ago, I'm still scrapping some of them!
I started this layout by adhering this gorgeous Melissa Frances flourished frame to my photo.
I painted the frame and the chipboard word with Art Anthology Stone Effects in Copper. This is my new favorite color!!! Once the paint was dry I added some random stamping with Archival Ink and a script stamp. Set these pieces aside temporarily.
The next step is to add some misting with Art Anthology Colorations. I used Salmon and Peacock Feathers.
Using the same Art Anthology Stone Effects and a stencil apply the pattern to you paper.
Allow it to dry and then adhere your photo to the layout.