Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Some more Quilted Fish/Bazzill projects...

If you missed my first post on my collaboration with Amanda at The Quilted Fish, please go check it out here!
Using fabric on scrapbooking pages is a big trend, so it was so awesome that Amanda sent me some samples of fabric to work with as well!! Each of my projects today uses a bit of fabric here and there!

First up is my layout. I snapped this photo of me and my daughter one day after taking a shower. She wanted to put a towel on her head like mommy...she is such a girly girl! :) I just love pink and green combos for girls!

I did a bit of splattering with paint and stitched around the outside of my page with red thread. I specifically positioned the crown above Charlotte's head like that!   Most of the time on my pages, you will see a visual triangle of three elements that help your eye flow across the page.  In this case, there are three cut out flowers.

The flower near the title I made with some red fabric.  I just cut some small strips and used a large glue dot.  I started on the outside of the large glue dot and spiraled the fabric to the middle. 

Again, I have a few cards to share, too!

Banners are another hot trend, and I just did a simple banner on this card by cutting out some triangles of fabric and stitching them to some blue background paper that I splattered with some white paint.

And this card I used a square of fabric that I stitched right to the front of my card.  I fussy cut some flowers, punched a butterfly and added a sentiment to make a quick and pretty card!

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I just love the way that fabric adds such a rich element of texture to my scrappy projects!  Thanks for joining me this week!  I have a fun tutorial coming up next week with a few more projects, too! 


Unknown said...

Love the little crown and how yu mixed the papers and fabrics!

glorygirl said...

Wow! Love all those papers and embellies. And, your designs rock, as always :-)

Christa said...

This is lovely! I adore this collection! In fact I just finished working with it too! Audrey you are a super talent!

Diana Waite said...

this is AWESOME!! Congrats on being featured on the CK blog--AWESOME!!

lisa said...

Beaitiful Audrey : )