Tuesday, May 29, 2012

She Dreams Of Paris

Happy Tuesday! Phew is it great to be back! Did you miss me?! ;) I missed you guys! I can't believe May is almost gone, where has the spring gone?! I am almost finished prettying up my new scrap studio, I am SO excited! It's amazing what a few coats of paint will do...

So it's time for another Basically Bare post, and I have a new layout to share with you using some adorable Basically Bare products! Every once in awhile I try to do a layout about myself, and recently I've been dreaming about traveling so much. I guess because I don't get to very often? Anyway I would really love to visit Paris someday. I bet it's beautiful! And from what I hear it's delicious!  Here's my layout;


I used the new collection by Prima called Almanac. It is so beautiful I love it! I wanted to really emphasize the word Paris, so I put it on a banner using the Basically Bare banner chipboard embellies. They are so cute and they have different shapes so you can switch it up and make an eclectic feel.


Another adorable chipboard piece I used is the Basically Bare Fanciful Frame. I used a black Zig paint marker from The Kurtake Shop and covered it in black Martha Stewart glitter. It really did turn out fancy schmancy!! (technical term)



This layout was alot of fun, there's lots of layers! (And of course a Prima dangly)

I love these Prima bows, they are so dainty! I like to add a little bling to the center, it really adds the perfect little detail.




The creamy flower is Prima, the big blingy flower center is from Michaels, and the black flower is Jolee's.

Isn't that book print branch awesome?! I love it!



I swear, what will they come out with next?! I can't even handle it! lol

Well thank you for stoppin by and being so patient with my little blog-break, maybe I'll show some pix of my studio when its done!

Til next time ;) Keep it creative!

xoxo Rah










2 comments:

Dasha Shults said...

wonderful!!

Kelly_Deal said...

Hi Sarah! Saying hi to a fellow Chicagoland area crafter! Your lo is gorgeous!
Kelly