D-Lish Scraps 5th Birthday Bonanza Cybercrop: Challenge #8...

5:46 PM

I'm back again with another layout for the D-Lish cyber crop. I mentioned it all in my first challenge post here.
This one is for Challenge #8 - yeah I've gone straight from the first challenge to the last BUT when this technique challenge popped up, I was rather intrigued. I couldn't WAIT to have a go!

 I'd never heard of or come across using plastic as a way of creating painted/inked/watercoloured backgrounds on layouts!! And it looked easy! Why I had never come across it or tried it before - I don't know! But I am well and truly hooked now :-)
Here is what I created...

It wasn't just the technique that inspired me but the topic of Karen's sample as well. The garden theme shined bright as I knew exactly what photo I wanted to scrap! The progress of some flower seeds growing in the garden that my girls planted with their Grandma. Perfect!!


D-Lish products
- Journal It's
- resin triangles
- camera paper clip
- flower sequins
- Skipping5 puffy camera sticker

- white Bazzil 12x12" cardstock
- Large Kraft Bag (chevron)
- Kraft card
- 'Studio Calico' 6x6 paper
- 'Sweet Vintage' floral embellishments
- cotton
- washi tape
- 'Studio Calico' Mr Hueys watercolours
- Pebbles letter roller stamp
- Amy Tangerine thickers
- date stamp
-shipping tag
- twine

 Thanks for popping by!

With Sprinkles of Sunshine...


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  1. What a gorgeous page! I was intrigued by this technique too - such fun!

  2. gorgeous page Anna! I love how you have used this technique on your page and how you have used a garden theme. You have used so many yummy D-lish goodies :) thanks for joining in with this challenge. Good luck!


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