Using Core’dinations to Add Texture and Layers

Hello, Ava here to share one of my favorite trees that graces our gardens each summer.  We have a beautiful Wisteria tree that adds lovely color and texture to our backyard and I wanted to share that same idea on this layout.
Coredination Supplies:
Other Supplies:
May Arts Ribbon
Tombow USA adhesive
My Favorite Things Leaf filled flourish Die
Couture Creations, Fresh and Fun collection, Magical Folder
Step # 1: Use the Whammy cardstock from the Black Magic Collection to distress, antique, sanding  and outline.  New to these techniques? Check out our videos here.
Step # 2: Die cut some leaf flourishes and sand them.
Step # 3: Emboss and thensand some lavender cardstock and punch out some petals to arrange into floral sprays to represent the wisteria branches.
Step # 4: Sand some lavender cardstock and die cut the title.
Step # 5: Starting with the double matted photo, adhere with foam tape to background page and add layers of embossed torn layers of cardstock.
Step #6: Continue to embellish layout with flourishes, floral sprays, ribbon and title.


9 Responses to “Using Core’dinations to Add Texture and Layers”
  1. Heather Thompson says:

    Very beautiful!!!

  2. Lynn Hardy says:

    I love how the layout echoes the tree in the photo!

  3. Beautiful colour scheme and great layering!

  4. TracyM #6773 says:

    OH MY!!!
    BEAUTIFUL flowers
    BEAUTIFUL photo
    BEAUTIFUL textures
    BEAUTIFUL layers
    BEAUTIFUL colours
    = GORGEOUS layout
    LOVE IT ALL Ava!!!

  5. What a gorgeous tree and beautiful page!

  6. mary pat says:

    this is amazing!!!

  7. Ava, this is absolutely gorgeous! I’m adding this one to my inspiration folder. Love all the vines and textures! And, such a clever way to make your flowers. I have to try that myself.

  8. Lori Hughes says:

    Very stunning layout Ava! You really had a vision creating it.

  9. Debbie Mallette says:

    WOW – this layout is gorgeous. The colours are sensational.

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