Hi guys, it's Natalie here to share with you a recent page I've made using my delicious Evalicious embellishments (try saying that 3 times fast!!!)
I can't get over how much older than her 3 years my daughter looks in this photo. On the other hand, I'm not so much digging how many chins this angle makes me appear to have. It's a little insight into the future for both of us probably ;-) Anyway, that's not the point! I'm here today to show you some of the ways I put my Evalicious supplies to good use.
Firstly, I'm all about the clustering. No floating embellishments here, it all has to be touching something. I've paired the Escape Miscellany Tags with the Documented Circle Tags because they're both round which seems to make sense, and then I've added dimension by popping an Escape V1 badge button on top too.
Secondly, I'm all about the layering. The more layers of paper I can fit behind my photo the better, in my opinion. Going from front to back I've got: my photo, a Love You Lots 3x4" Tag (with the banner cut out so it actually then sits in front of the photo), patterned paper, a Documented Label Tag, more patterned paper and lastly another Love You Lots 3x4" Tag.
And thirdly, no project is complete for me lately without some stamping. Stamping details can be added just for background noise like I've done here with the tiny hearts and 'a note' and 'evidence' etc etc. But you can also turn your stamped images into stand-out embellishments too like I've done with the eye-catching pink 'and so it goes'.
Escape Miscellany Tags
Escape V1 Badge Buttons
Documented Circle Tags
Documented Label Tags
Love You Lots 3x4" Tags
And So It Goes stamp
Typewriter Love stamp set
Arrows and Words stamp set
You Make Me Smile stamp
I hope you've enjoyed my little journey into my creative process today. If you would like to share any of your Evalicious projects then we would love to see them posted in our Flikr gallery!