Saturday, April 7, 2012

Its all about Spring Blog Hop

Thank you for joining the All About Spring Blog Hop. If you are coming from Gill's Blog you are right on track.

I've created 4 spring layouts using the Lucy WOTG. This kit comes with a full level 2 paper pack, glitter rub-ons, bitty sparkles, an exclusive stamp set, and instructional guide.


The rub ons are very easy to use. The bitty sparkles really make them pop though.

These B&T flowers are cut using the Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge. I used the circle punch to create the circles that I applied the glitter rubs ons to. 
 
I added the mess flower from the Bitty Bud Collection. On the crown, I added more bitty sparkles.
 

The resin pink flowers are also from the Bitty Bud Collection.

This next layout you'll have to ignore the white strip where I place the paper in the wrong place. LOL. I will be covering this with a photo as soon as I take the perfect spring pictures. 

These flowers where first cut with the cricut cartridge and then stamped with the Lucy WOTG stamp set. This stamp is a base and shade stamp so I stamped the shade in blush, the outline in grey wool, and the center in creme brulee.

Again I added some bitty sparkles to the rub-on butterflies and flower.

I added bitty sparkles to the rub on crown as well.

Here is a cluster of rub ons with the bitty sparkles and the bud bitty collection (resin pink flowers).



Thank you for hopping... now head on over to Suzanne Pipitone's blog for more springtime fun!

5 comments:

  1. Lovely layout- thanks for sharing the rub-on details.

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  2. Very pretty layouts...BEST part the bitty bling accents!
    TFS
    Creative Wishes,
    Claire S.
    DT My Cricut Craft Room
    www.scrapmyway.blogspot.com

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  3. What pretty spring layouts! TFS.

    Kris
    dietzrobles at yahoo dot com

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  4. So many lovely layouts. Love the colors and the embellishments. You have been really busy.

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  5. awesome LO's. love all the small details.


    craftingwithblue at gmail dot com

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