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Saturday, November 25, 2017

Good morning Everyone!

I'm here today to share my next project using Kaisercraft's Rose Avenue.

But before I do...Have you entered our November challenge?
This is a chance for you to win a prize pack of scrapbooking goodies and all you need to do is send in a photo of your creation.
On your project, you need to use three things beginning with S 
and the quote 'Live Life in Full Bloom'
You have until the 30th of November to send your photo to us. Go can do it.

For this post, I haven't followed the challenge guidelines. However, I have used the gorgeous collection by Kaisercraft 'Rose Avenue' again.

I have started with the 'Rose Window' page as my background.
Here is my layout...

 I added some Dylusions Paint - Rose Quartz. Then I used the template 'Damask Quarters' by Kaisercraft and some Colour Blast Paste - Snow White around the background.

I added some very subtle stamping using the Texture Stamp Windsor by Kaisercraft. I used Dylusions Paint - White Linen.

I used the stamp Background Script by Kaisercraft and some Desert Sand Memento Dew Drop ink randomly around the page.

I finished off with some splatters and thin lines using the Lindy Stamp Gang Magicals - Ramblin' Rose Pink.

I finished off cutting some frames and squares of the different papers and layered them behind and around the photo.
I used the Collectables in the Rose Avenue collection for my cluster of flowers.

I added a piece of paper that was die cut with the Kaisercraft Die 'Sari Texture'

The quote I used was from the sticker sheet in the Rose Avenue collection.

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Until next time,
Mel x


  1. A fabulous page Mel, I'm loving that texture and this paper range is feminine without being over the top. Thanks for sharing.

  2. so beautiful and I too adore the paste and layers and textures....


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