Copyright: Creating Keepsakes Magazine The right side of this page was cut off in the magazine so I wanted to show it here.
Looking at this page reminds me of one of my favorite moments of Avery. It was a cold Easter earlier this year at the Thanksgiving Point & since the egg hunt was over in .2 seconds we had a lot of time to kill. So we headed over to the farm. If you know Avery you know that she gravitates towards animals over princesses & dolls any day. It's clearly obvious by the photos that she was a bit ecstatic to ride a pony for the first time. I can still hear her little giggle "again... again" when the pony stopped.
This page was featured in a Creating Keepsakes article by Lori Fairbanks on how to take your layouts up a notch. So instead of just stamping I did a couple things to up my game.
I stamped using a glue stamp pad. It works just like an ink stamp pad. First, you apply glue to your stamp & stamp your project. It goes on clear. Then, add your
flock. Last, shake off the access to use again & lightly brush with a foam brush any loose colorful fluff. It works with glitter too.
Once it dries add all the stitching, jewels & buttons to the image. enjoy.
Doodlebug Designs: Crushed Velvet Flock
Making Memories: Letters, Flower
Tsukineko: Glue Stamp Pad