Friday, May 11, 2012

CottageCutz Tea Time Layout to be Framed

Hello everyone, Cheryl here with a Layout!!! I wanted to do a Layout using the DARLING CottageCutz Tea Time Release! I have to say I'm in LOVE!!!!
This Layout will be FRAMED!
 Im not much for the large scrapbooks, since I already have 2 full ones, that are hidden in my house from YEARS ago.....LOL I love making the little mini albums, and I think now Im going to start framing these large 12 x 12's

Ok i'm also LOVING this Tea Time Releaseusing the CottageCutz! They are all my favorite!!! 
CottageCutz Used:
CottageCutzPennants /plain


On the Tall Tea Pot I used a spray for the steam!!!LOL I thought it would be super cute!!

So on my layout I started with DCWV Lace and Linen Paper stack. Next I glued all pieces together using Helmar's 450 Quick Dry glue(LOVE THIS STUFF)

I added lace with the same glue listed above, and just ruffled it as I went along, it dry's super fast so no need to worry about it falling off like other glues :)

The pictures of my daughters were taken when we lived in california back in 2001 seems like just yesterday, but nope that was awhile ago....heheheheh



I LOVE LOVE LOVE the CottageCutz Pennants and MINI Tea Cakes are the SWEETEST lil' die's ever!!!

I just did a little bit of writing on this page. I really just wanted to do up a really pretty piece of art to hang!


Bella Belle was our Chow Chow who passed away in 2006 we miss her sooo much! She LOVE the kids!!!


I hope you all enjoyed my Layout for today!!

Happy Mother's Day to all the mommies out there!!!
Hugs to all,
Cheryl

4 comments:

Carol (Gingerbeary8) said...

How sweet Cheryl. Your daughters look so cute. What a fun and beautiful layout. It will look fabulous framed-what a great idea. Love the pearl spray as steam. Super Cute.

Bear Hugs,
Carol

MiamiKel said...

Be still my heart, this is a vision! What a charming and creative page - the beauty being the photos as the focal point but what a cache of embellies to match! STUNNING!!

Lorie said...

Whoa! It's impossible to take in all these wonderful details at once. You just have to study on it for a while, and it's sure a pleasure! BEAUTIFUL is an understatement!

Janice W. said...

This is so stunning!! It absolutely should be framed!