Mixing Glitz collections with Audrey Yeager

Audrey here with you today to share some fun layouts.  When I first saw the Laced with Grace collection months ago, my first thought was how perfect the colors were for fall photos.  I espeically love the piece with the plaid print on it.  So this time of year is the perfect time for me to use up these beautiful papers!

I embossed some kraft cardstock that matched my background cardstock with a burlap plate to give my page a bit more texture.

The top layer of the flower I cut using a die and muslin and then misted it with a bit of yellow.  The bottom part is a piece of the “Paper Layers” paper that I rolled and fringed.

I used some of the banner pieces from the cardstock stickers and mounted them on a thin piece of muslin as the string.  I tied knots in between each pennant.

This next page I really wanted to make “fun”.  My little guy just loves to watch his mobile….he is mesmerized by it!

I wanted to pick up on the spinning motion, so I cut a circle frame from patterened paper and then stitched around it with back thread to show movemement.

On the background, I used a herringbone template as a mask and painted over it with a white paint dauber to added a bit more pattern. A little red heart on the left side of the page picks up on the red in the photo and draws your eyes across the page.

Thanks for joining me today!

Supplies:

My Fall Favorite
Glitz Designs “Laced With Grace” Patterned Papers
Glitz Designs “Laced With Grace” Cardstock Stickers
Glitz Designs “Laced With Grace” Paper Layers
Glitz Designs “Wood Grain” Alphas
Cardstock: Bazzill
Embossing Plate: Sizzix
Brad: Basic Grey
Punches: Martha Stewart and K Success

He Loves That Mobile
Glitz Designs “Vintage Blue Toile” paper
Glitz Designs “Dance in the Sunshine Floral” paper
Glitz Designs “Afternoon Muse” paper
Glitz Designs “Beautiful Dreamer Toile” paper
Glitz Designs”Dance in the Sunhine” Title Stickers
Glitz Designs “Beautiful Dreamer” Epoxy Stickers
Mask: The Crafter’s Workshop
Paint: Ranger
Other: thread

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