Sunday, June 15, 2014

Picture My Life Pennant Frame

Hi, it's the middle of the month and time for another Technique Blog Hop
Our challenge for June was to use the Picture My Life Scrapbooking Program and use it is a way other than scrapbooking! There are eight Picture My Life programs, each with a different theme.  Each theme has 122 double sided cards and a 12"x12" cover pages to bring it all together.

If you've come from {Joy's blog} you're doing great! Just click the link at the end of this post to continue to the next stop on our hop!

First I started by sorting through the cards in the Chantilly Picture My Life program and settled on these three cards.

I cut out the bicycle, small banners and heart. The bicycle is popped up with 3D Foam.
I distressed the edges and added a section on the bottom of a dry embossed piece of cardstock. The background cardstock in the frame is also mounted on 3D Foam (2 pieces stacked in each corner) to create a shadow box feel.

After all that it was embellishment time! I cut flowers from Cricut Art Philosophy and created a bouquet feel that carried the flowers from the bicycle basket onto the frame. Some bling for the flower centers, ribbon and Washi Tape trims and it was done!

All products are Close To My Heart:
--Chantilly Picture My Life Scrapbooking Program
--My Creations Pennant Frame
--Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge
--Cardstock & Inks-Twilight, Buttercup, Cotton Candy, Sweet Leaf
--Quatrefoil Embossing Folder
--Pink Glitter Gems
--Sparkles Clear Flourishes-small
--Bitty Sparkles
--Sponge Daubers
--3D Foam Tape
--Rosette Ribbon--retired**
--Pink Polka Dot Washi Tape--retired**

**June Special--Celebrate 30! See my website for details!

Now it's time to go to {Haley's blog} and see what she has to share!
Thanks for joining us on our June Technique Hop!

Have a great day!


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