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Prima has a brand new ink line called Color Philosophy. The colors are amazing and the selection of colors will keep you in crafting heaven.

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Christine Adolph Stamps

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Saturday, August 4, 2012

She - SEI Field Notes living an enchanted life.

Hello everyone! 

It's a warm, beautiful Saturday and I thought I would share a home decor project with you.  Now that I have the bones of my craftroom in place, I am now adding personal touches throughout the room. 

I altered a MIST-A-BLES shadowbox frame using sei's Field Notes collection.  I have used this photo many times and now I am framing it.  It is officially retired! lol!

I used Spiced Marmalade Distress Ink and sei Ocean Deep Chalk Ink to add color to the frame.  I created a fun banner using Spellbinders Pennants and Lacey Pennants dies. 

I used Spellbinders Rose Creations dies to create coordinating flowers. 

SEI:  Field Notes Collection, Ocean Deep Chalk Ink
Pink Paislee:  MIST-A-BLES Wood Shadowbox Frame
Spellbinders:  Pennants, Lacey Pennants,  Rose Creations
Ranger:  Distress Ink - Spiced Marmalade
Papertrey Ink:  Twine
Teresa Collins:  Brads
Creative Imaginations:  Chipboard Stickers
Fiskars:  Paper Trimmer
Helmar's:  450 Quick Dry Adhesive
Scrapbook Adhesives:  Foam Squares

Thanks so much for joining me today.


Cindy Gay said...

I love the navy blue and yellow tones. Beautiful keepsake. (officially retired)!

Sandie Edwards said...

Ohhh I love your home decor project, its divine! Especially like how you have done the edges, with two varying shades... and such a precious sentiment which so suits the little princess in the photograph!

Dangina Martinez said...

Gorgeous creation. The distressing and colors are great together. The portrait finished it off perfectly.
Tons of Hugs, Dangina