I wanted to use chipboard letters for the title to add dimension to the page, but I wanted a soft look. To see how I made these letters, check out my Fuzzy Letters Quick Tip.
My original intentions were to use a lacing technique that I use when creating bridal bouquets. However, it didn't work so well on paper. So I came up with this lacing technique instead. Take a peek at my Twisted Lacing Tutorial to see how I did this. Although it's difficult to see in the photo, all of the eyelets I used were tinted in eggplant alcohol ink.
This flourish is made by Dusty Attic. I painted it using white acrylic paint and then misted it with a mix of bundled sage Distress Ink and Perfect Pearls. I also applied a coat of Distress Crackle Paint in clear rock candy. I love the cracked effect of these paints. The little roses were actually cut apart from the Pima pearl flourishes. I have a tendency to butcher my flourishes and cut them apart. LOL
This is another close-up of the lacing. The butterfly was made using Martha Stewart's Monarch Butterfly punch. I attached two butterflies to create a shadow effect, and I decorated the butterfly with Stickles and pearls. The curled paper was stamped with Prima's Notary stamp.
Here's a close-up of the corner cluster. The purple flower is made by Prima. I tore out the middle and attached the blingy brad to it. The pearl flourishes are also made by Prima.
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