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,


Carol Hurlock 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,

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!