Friday, 2 February 2018

Creativation 2018 - Tim Holtz Blog Hop and Give Away

Hello friends and welcome to my blog for a really exciting post because today, as you probably know by now, I'm joining a group of very talented crafters for the Creativation 2018 Tim Holtz Blog Hop and Giveaway. All the details of this hop are below, together with the complete order of the hop which you can find at the end of my post and all that's left for you to do is...have fun and enjoy!

GIVE AWAY DETAILS

PRIZES, PRIZES,PRIZES!
We have a few prizes to give away just leave a comment on ALL the different blog hop posts for a chance to win ~ the more blogs you leave comments on, then the better your chances of winning a prize!

Comments must be posted by midnight PST on Tuesday, February 6th.
Winners will be announced on Wednesday, February 7th on Richele's blog

So let's get started...

You'll have arrived here from the amazing project that Vicki has shared on her blog and I hope you love the piece that I've chosen to share with you ~ my 1925 'Girls With Pearls" Vignette Tray, created for the feminine side of the idea-ology booth.
This project was actually inspired by the image that I found in the new set of Paper Dolls and as soon as I saw these two beautiful ladies, I just knew I wanted to create a project that really did epitomise the swinging 20's, a period in time that I just adore.

So, to begin with I took the smaller vignette tray and gave it a coat of gesso to prime the surface, inside and out. I then painted the tray in Weathered Wood Distress Paint, giving it a couple of coats and allowing it to dry thoroughly in between each layer of paint.

To age the tray and create a more worn look to the exterior, I then sanded some of the edges to reveal the wood beneath the paint and applied a hint of Gold Mixative Alcohol Ink to add a subtle shimmer and shine to the paintwork.
For the inside, I used some of the beautiful new Worn Wallpaper and attached this with Matte Collage Medium to the back wall of the tray. Because the tray is slightly longer in length than the box, I cut an extra panel from a second sheet and attached it along the bottom section as the join will be hidden by the pearls.

Next, I wanted to add the pearls and for these I used the Baubles Findings and coloured a third of the pearls with Pink Sherbet Alcohol Ink and a third with Mushroom Alcohol Ink and left the remainder, white. I then attached each of the pearls, one by one, to the base of my tray, adhering them over a bed of cheesecloth and using the Matte Collage Medium to secure them into place. I then set this to one side and left the pearls to dry thoroughly overnight so that they would set and not go anywhere.
Moving onto the rest of the embellishments, I started with the frame that sits at the back of the girls and chose to use one of the Vignette Frames. Again, I primed the surface with a coat of gesso before painting the frame with Antique Linen Distress Paint. Once the painted surface was dry, I then added some Gold Mixative Alcohol Ink over the top  to accentuate the beading.
I then took a Vignette Panel, which are the same size as each of the frames and work beautifully together and attached one of the ephemera pieces from the Collector Ephemera Layers, again attaching the piece to the surface using Collage Medium. Once this was in place, I attached the frame over the top and added one of the designs from the Salvaged design tape set, to hide the join.
The next morning when the pearls were rock hard and set into place, I then attached my framed panel and added my beautiful paper doll image which was lightly coloured with Distress Marker Pens.
I then attached a Snarky Small Talk Sticker to a piece of chipboard to strengthen it and placed the sticker along the base of the tray ~ if you haven't seen these stickers, you MUST check them out, they are the best! To complete this section, I altered a couple of the metal corners from the Vignette Accents set with gold mixative alcohol ink and adhered them to the bottom left and right hand corners.
I also attached one of the Vignette Accent pieces, again altered with alcohol ink and adhered this with Collage Medium to the top of the tray.
To complete this project, I used the numbers from the Numeric set to add 1925 to the inside of my frame and also attached a star adornment. All of these metal adornments were lightly inked with the gold mixative alcohol ink.
As you can see from the photo below, there is so much dimension inside this tray and everything from this new release just work so well together...they are a match made in heaven!
Thanks so much for stopping by today and a huge thank you to Tim, Paula, Richele and Mario for inviting me to be a part of this wonderful creative adventure and for everything they do! 

It's now time to hop on over to Cathie Parreco to check out her stunning project!

See you soon, Emma x

ORDER OF HOP

IDEA-OLOGY
Emma Williams (you're here)

SIZZIX

STAMPERS ANONYMOUS 

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Louise said...

Gorgeous creation, love the touch of baubles it adds the perfect touch

Juli Riedel said...

Girlie, love everything about this! Great tip about the cheesecloth under the pearls! I need to get that color pink for the alcohol inks as it is a perfect vintage color! Awesome job!!! Ok, moving on!!! XXX

Rox Boyce said...

Girls with Pearls are the true gems of Creativation ❤️

Monica Taylor said...

I love your work Emma. Great project. The Pearls were a perfect addition!

Lady Claz said...

Beautiful, love the pearls.

Danee said...

Lovely. Last fall I did a vignette tray with a smaller tray inside and I lined the bottom with the bubbles colored green.I loved it so much I colored some baubles in Christmas colors and filled the small vignette box entirely with various sized and colored baubles. Then I added German glass glitter. It was so stunning I almost didn't give it as a gift.

To you: Love this project so much. The added detail of the gold alcohol ink on the metal piece really elevates them to something and I love the added texture it brings. The colors you chose for the baubles is perfection with the girls and the wall paper. Beautiful piece. .

Marie P said...

Very feminine! Beautiful!

Jess M said...

Does it get any better than baubles and snark? I don't think so. I adore this project.

Kaz Hall said...

Another beautiful make my friend, love the addition of the pearls xx so pretty and feminine love it xx

Sara Mellos said...

Oh my! Thank you SO MUCH for the inspiration! Been struggling for what to create for a girlfriend who had a double mastectomy recently. This beautiful piece definitely has new ideas flowing.

Carolyn Kropp said...

EVERYTHING about this is spectacular!

Rea' said...

MY, MY, MY ... Product Queen you do not disappoint !!! I love it, the new paper dolls are amazing, love how you colonized them;the pearls swoon pink sherbert and mushroom so perfect; and the vignette frames you worked those finishes... love those new vinette accents (embellishments) ... just gorgeous !!

Audrey Pettit said...

Stunning, stunning, stunning, Emma! I LOVE every single detail of this amazing vignette! Totally jaw-dropping work! <3

Chelle Fowler said...

so so lovely! thank you for sharing all the wonderful details...it's perfection!

Richele Christensen said...

Emma, this is such a fun, happy project and the details are amazing. Love how you colored the pearls and the girls dresses. Thanks for joining in on the Blog Hop!

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wendy baysa said...

Wow, Emma stunning! The simplicity of the piece has each layer taking center stage, just LOVE it! Your patience really shows, too, with the layering of the pearls. Such an inspirational piece! (3)

Brenda DeLawyer said...

Absolutely gorgeous! So much detail, I love it!

Heather said...

I loved this project first time seeing it and now even more seeing all the details. Those ladies are perfect and your project beautiful!! Thanks for sharing.

suzyb said...

I truly love the paper dolls! I like this piece a lot, the details, the pearls and the girls themselves, all make this one work! Thanks for sharing it and have a great weekend.

Deb Lorence said...

What a beautiful piece Emma! TFS!

Nancy Buzzard said...

Fantastic use of the lovely paper dolls!

LA said...

Love the Worn Wallpaper & Numeric set!

Christine Welch said...

Flappers! My favorite, I can’t wait to get the new paper dolls!

Jan Bianchi said...

Beautiful work and love precious beads at the base of the girls.
Wonderful.

HildeM - Lykkelig med liten said...

Absolutely Amazing ๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿ’—

Ann Barnes said...

Oh Emma, as you know, I am always in awe of your creations, I just simply love your style. This piece is utterly beautiful! I love the tinted baubles, they look so cool along the bottom of the piece. The framed panel makes such a lovely backdrop for the ladies. you have created such a lovely depiction of times past! Thank you so much for sharing your talent and this beautiful creation! xoxo

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

I can't remember the last time I was inspired to complete a blog hop but I was so taken with so many of the samples I had to pop by and visit. Your pieces are always beautifully made Emma and this is no exception, I think it's the finishing touches and your attention to detail that I admire most. I adore the touches of blue on this piece and the pearls are a perfect addition. Beautiful Emma. Tracy x

Linda Simpson said...

This is stunning Emma, I love the image and wonderful embellishments you have used to create this stunning 1920's piece.
Hugs
Linda xxx

Miriam Prantner said...

Wonderful piece! I love the frame within the frame and all those pearls at the bottom!

Lorie said...

This is so pretty! I have a picture of my grandmother and her sister very similar to this one. I will have to make this to put it it. Amazing job!

gibonik said...

It's lovely this shadowbox of yours:)

Viktoriya Porechnaya said...

Wow! So beautiful and stylish!

Bobbi said...

Emma, your projects are always amazing! Love the details ❤️

Dee said...

I like this idea!

cheri schwab said...

like many others here, i am in awe of your project!
thanks for sharing your talent and the fine details.

Janet Wilson said...

Gorgeous girls and gorgeous pearls! Love how you have coloured the pearls

Lynda said...

I would love to do this with a photo of my grandmother....if I can locate what I did with it.....it would surely be a treasure to hand down to my daughter! Love pearls!!!!

Belinda Pollitt said...

very cool girls with pearls!

Kristen Osborne said...

Oh, my, gosh! There are so many things I love about this piece. The pearls are such a pretty color, the ladies are beautiful and their dresses are so pretty,the frame looks antique without looking "old". I love it so much.

Linda Hofacker said...

Those baubles are the perfect addition to your piece! Thank you for sharing your talent!

Kelly said...

Your project is gorgeous and I love those pearls! Happy sigh!

mellem said...

Awesome frame!

Jack C said...

Love the color palette here! Those blues with the pink bubbles just go so well together. Great work!

LynnedyLoo said...

This is just beautiful Emma... so feminine with the coloured pearls and the new beautiful paper dolls . I haven’t tried colouring mine so am off to buy some distress markers before blogging-on ! Thank you for your in-depth tutorials ... I have learnt so much from you X

Debby Lewis said...

Totally in love. I love that you reached for the feel of the roarin’ 20’s. Achieved!

Laegwom said...

Lovely!

Monika Gulyas said...

Fabulous project with an art deco vibe! I love every detail, so beautifully made and designed!

Scottishrose said...

I haven’t used the paper dolls yet & this is an inspiring piece of art Emma! I love it all..thx for sharing!

Monika Rueda said...

Such a pretty, feminine project. I love how the pearls look down at the bottom!

Cindy Clark said...

Love that you explained it all in detail - can't wait to try it! (And can't wait to get the "snarky comments"!!

Jackie P Neal said...

OMGosh Emma! This is beyond beautiful!! I love everything about- especially the phrase! Too sweet!
Jackie xx

unrulywitch said...

Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing your process.

Maria Cottingham said...

Wow, I adore this project, and the use of the new, gorgeous idea-ology

Gems with a Past said...

The skirts on those paper dolls are great with the pearls. Thanks for sharing!

Anita Houston said...

All of your projects blew me away...just so gorgeous and detail filled! LOVE this one so much!

donna joy said...

stunning piece~love everything about it!

SusanK said...

You have clearly brought these young ladies to life with the colors you chose and all the Idea-ology elements! I can almost hear the music as they get ready to dance the night away!

simo said...

My sweet, talented Friend...once again I am speechless at the gorgeousness of your art. This vignette is absolutely adorable, all the details are just perfect...BRAVA Emma...Outstanding! Huge hugs xxx Simona

Saloni Bhutra said...

The pearls add an extra charm to this beautiful project. Great!

Paula Cheney said...

That flapper Paper Doll was one of my favorite finds last year! So glad you used these girls for this piece! The pearls are just perfect!

Diana said...

oh my gosh!! I am so in love with this. I need to make one and when I do I will share it with you!!! thank you so much for the inspiration and for the chance to win a prize!

Katie Baird said...

Girls with Pearls is a fabulous piece! Love it, and learned several tidbits reading your post. Thanks!

Jaime said...

Just LOVEly!!!!

Carolyne Thrasher said...

Incredibly gorgeous. Love the light hand you used on colors.

Tina in Texas said...

So pretty! Love the soft colors and all the layers and textures

Inca Princess said...

My favorite post! Gorgeous!

Janice said...

Love this, reminds me of my grandmother. Great idea of the cheesecloth to anchor the pearls.

Susanne said...

Beautiful piece! So cute and nice! So many nice details!

Ldybg93 said...

I love these flapper girls! The baubles kind of make me think of champagne bubbles, so I can imagine these girls ringing in the 1925 new year at a fabulous New Year's party! Great project!

LINDA said...

this is awesome to share with a friend. love it!

butterfly said...

Fabulous 1920s glamour - I love the subtle tinting of the image and those pearls - perfection!. A gorgeous showcase for all those tempting new goodies.
Alison x

traci said...

Very pretty-love the pearls and soft colors.

Margaret R said...

Your work is so cool Emma! What a lovely scene!

Barbara Schiassi said...

No words to say how I love this piece: practically perfect in every way ( Mary Poppins.... one of my favorite movies!) Absolutely amazing! barbara

Macarena said...

Amazing and beautiful as always, Emma! The soft colors and the dimension of the project are fabulous. I love the floral background and of course the shining balls! Thank you for sharing this amazing project and for the chance to win prizes, too. Hugs, Marzena

Sue Kosec said...

Allow me to begin by saying that I absolutely love your work. When I grow up, I want to be able to create just like you.

This piece is absolutely adorable - I would love it if one of my friends gifted me with a piece like this.

Happy Art-ing!
xo
SuZeQ

JoanneGib said...

Winner winner chicken dinner! I'm always inspired by your creations Emma. Always filled with lots of goodness.

Rebecca Mayville said...

Love this! The pearls are gorgeous. Wonderful project so beautiful.

wiesels said...

Love, love, LOVE!

K Ma said...

Love it and just seeing those pearls brought back memories of my grandmothers thank you for sharing

Barbara Speck Designs said...

Love this vignette box. The frame inside with year and the paper dolls really says vintage!! Love the addition of the colored marbles!

AlexaCzar said...

Very Beautiful Work. Greets Form germany

Juli Loves Paper said...

Stunning work!! Xo

Deborah LeMarbre said...

Very creative Emma

Anne Dwyer said...

Wouldn't have been lovely to be around at that time! So feminine, thanks so much for sharing.

Kimberly Piwowarczyk said...

This project is amazing! I love all of the details from the baubles to the dimension, to the snarky saying (which I LOVE, LOVE LOVE). Thank you so much for sharing it!

pjblanton said...

I love this project, so beautiful! Thanks for sharing

JeanM said...

Love the saying! We all have those special friends!

Sara Barker said...

Oh, my goodness! You could tip me over with a FEATHER right now! I've seen so many wonderful makes and this is right up there as one of my favorites! I love, love, love those chippie frames, those gorgeous girlfriends and that wallpaper background! Oh, and those pearls! This is FABULOUS! You've finished it with one of my favorite sayings! How fun are these clippings! Love this, Emma; thank you for your wonderful inspiration!

JazzyH said...

Beautiful. I love the touch with the pearls.

Tamera said...

Oh Emma, as always your work is absolutely stunning! You really are my crafting goals. :-) This is such a lovely, soft, feminine piece and you paired everything together perfectly.

Emily Shroom said...

This is just so pretty!

Christina Sedor said...

WoW Emma! I love the dimension and colours, especially the baubles - awesome xx

toni said...

this is just beautiful Emma! Those new paper dolls are gorgeous and I just love the way you have put this together. Superb ! X

Jeanne Beam said...

Gorgeous vintage tray. I love it. Thanks so much for sharing...

Dawn Young said...

I usually don't do blog hops...many of the projects aren't my style. But this hop has to be the best one ever!! Great pictures and designs and everything is sooo different using some of the same products. What great work!!

Kari Leach said...

I love how vintage this feels.

Kathy Jacobson said...

So glad you showed the details here! I missed the little ones that just makes this perfect vintage! Just beautiful!

Joanne Kirkbright said...

What a beautiful romantic piece. Mixing the grungy metal letters with the soft pearls - of course they should go together ❤️.

Faye Touve said...

This is just fabulous! Thank you for sharing all of your wonderfully creative ideas.

KAT said...

In the video I thought you had a piece of acetate on top of this project to hold the beads inside the box. I had not idea that you glued each one in place. Amazing. Love all the metal details accented with the gold AI! Lots of inspiration!

Brandy said...

Love this period piece!

Joy Nelson said...

This is amazing Emma. The numbers you used are striking, and the pastel pearls add a touch of softness and romance to the whole project. It reminds me of a soft spring day in the south.

stacy hutchinson said...

This project is AMAZING!!! I LOVE every tiny detail, the pearls, the girls, that snarky comment!! Gorgeous!! I strive to be a master like you! Beautiful job!

Theresa said...

Great blog hop. lots of great ideas. thanks as always for sharing.

Aunt Denise said...

Love your babes n baubles! And, that sentiment is so great! I love it! Thanks for sharing your great design.

Geralyn Gray said...

I really love everything about this! Love it!

Kim Faucher said...

Love these girls with pearls!!! This hop is chock full of inspiration!!!

Raquel Burillo said...

Beautiful project Emma! I can really see the 20s vibe! Thanks for sharing all the details! I love how you coloured the pearls with the alcohol inks, they look fabulous. Very inspiring!

Barbara said...

This is so amazing. Love the details and the design. You really showcased the twenties with this project down to the tinted coloring of the photos.

3Pals said...

Love the theme and the use of the baubles (I love those things). thanks for the details - great job!

Jennalee Anderson said...

Oh where to start? Those ladies are lovely!! And I love the smaller frame layered in the vignette tray. The baubles though!! I love how you incorporated them into this piece.

Dawn Meade said...

I agree it's a match made in heaven, and you did and amazing job putting them together! Thanks for showing the feminine side!

Sheila said...

Emma you are soooooo incredibly talented!! I love everything you do!! Thanks for the inspiration.

Ann Kowalczyk said...

Great "look and feel", appreciate the inspiration!

The Tin Tiara said...

I love this project...perfectly my style!

Rosetta Savage-Jenkins said...

Now Emma, as a fan of your art, this piece of art does not fail. Everything is amazing. By the end of this hop, my wishlist will be 10 feet tall. TU for sharing. You always make me happy!

Gail D said...

Love the way you used vignette trays frames and panels... I wasn't quite sure how to use those until I read your post. You have a lot of patience to glue all those baubles down. Thanks for your inspiration!

Anne said...

Love the double frames and the pretty shades of pink in the pearls. Nice contrast to the other vintage items.

Mirabelka said...

So vintage! I love it. Inspired me to use some pearls I have at home

Bohemian Crafting said...

Love this project.So feminine.Really gorgeous! Also your Tag it with a heart and wings- oh my! I am so in love with it.Thank you for inspiration

Unknown said...

What an amazing piece of art you have created with "the match made in heaven"! Judy D.

Kim Nickels said...

I just love the soft feel you get from it. I can't believe that the collage medium holds all those pearls in place. So good to know! Thank you for sharing and giving inspiration to all of us.

lorena b. said...

Fantastic dimension-these ladies look so classy & sophisticated.

Corinne said...

Feminine and delicate and then not with these two sassy young women. Love the use of the wallpaper, pearls and the distressing on the frame. Georgeous!!

Tona said...

Fabulous project! Love the variety of textures.

ElizabethR said...

That is just stunning Emma, love the pearls, Elizabeth x

Me said...

This is so beautiful! Love the arrangement! Love the pearls!

Karen Fulkersin said...

Paper dolls and snarky remarks- my faves! You did a beautiful job on this arrangement.

scrappergirl56 said...

Such a fabulous project, wow, I am just blown away...love it!!!

~amy~ said...

THIS is fabulous! Love all the details, the sentiment and the pearls.

Kathryn said...

What a beautiful and brilliant project WOW x

Aimee said...

I love the pearls.

Ciacchina said...

Very Nice!

linda meer said...

I just love those gals! what a great piece to highlight them in!

Scrapthat said...

Just stunning Emma!! Your work is always so detailed and lovely! TFS

Pink Bunkadoo said...

This is all kinds of fun! The pearls and pink cheeks are joy!

Henriรซtte said...

I also love the roaring 20's and this tray is great! I love your beautiful colour scheme and the way you used the pearls. Thanks for this masterpiece!

Charlene Dahlberg said...

I love this project- so many treasures to complete the picture - love the addition of the pearls !! so pretty !

Sharon Richardson said...

stunning, love it

Kristi Poling said...

Perfect. Love the baubles.

Linda Agers said...

Emma, Love the pearls & girls. I love how you colored the pearls to match the girls' dresses. Beautiful.

norty but nice said...

I love the colours that you have used on the baubles, fabulous , thank you for sharing.

Yvonne Boucher said...

sweet project...great best friend gift!

Joyce said...

Emma...just loved all your creations from Creativation this year!!! This project is so fun and feminine!!! Thanks for including your thought process!
TFS๐Ÿ˜„ JJ

Kath Stewart said...

beautiful as always Emma, they truly are the sweetest girls xxx

Christine Kaminski said...

I love all these framed art pieces so much - i'm just waiting for my Snarky chit chat words to arrive to complete a few things i have going!!

Kathy Schweinfurth said...

Emma, your project is fabulous -- love all those pearl baubles at the bottom, too!!

Les said...

Love, love, love this!

Tina said...

Amazing! So feminin. Thanks for the inspiration

Jane Luxem said...

Love your project. So beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

Cindi said...

Thanks for the inspiration, Emma! Can't wait to get started on my project.

Rita said...

great project! thanks for sharing!

scrapseeds said...

Like the frame in tray dimension. Great details on how you did each thing. Good idea to set each pearl.

Carolyn B said...

Looks like these girls are just taking a break from one of the roaring 20's dances.

Karen Kreun said...

Beautiful love it! Thanks for sharing
Karen

backintheday said...

Love the different layers and the pastel tints. The pearl "bubbles" are fabulous!

Tracey M said...

Oh Emma, What a CREATIVE, unique, beautiful piece of art, I am in love with it. It is so beautiful, I am going to have to save this post. Those paper dolls look amazing, actually the whole project is amazing. Thank you for a wonderful project. Tracey Magner

SweetSue in Austin said...

What a gorgeous project!Love the vintage, yet timeless look you've created.

Joy Meadows said...

Emma, this piece is just too, too gorgeous! I love the paper dolls and the way your framed them up is fabulous. The pearls add so much to this, too. Thanks for the inspiration.

Cindy G said...

Even though the paper dolls are flat, the skirts look really ruffled - great piece!

Patricia said...

Top notch creation! Very creative & ingenious use of product. This is such a lovely piece, Emma. Thank you so much for sharing it with us.

Beth said...

Nice touch of pink!

kmama5 said...

Absolutely LOVE the idea of coloring the pearls w/alcohol ink...genius!! Love to see the feminine side too!๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ’—

wendance said...

Love the pearls! It totally captures the 1920s! Beautiful!

Jennifer McLean said...

thank you for the giveaway, I too, love those pearls, they truly capture the subject.

Kate said...

What a beautiful frame. The frame inside the box is so clever. The pearls are perfectly elegant.
Kate

Diana MtHens said...

Fun funky design

Katina said...

Love this, it could be a picture of my grandmother!

bhappetat said...

Love the color tinting on the dresses and the pearls. Just beautiful.

Marisa Messias said...

Beautiful, love those pearls!

Annheidel said...

This is so pretty and feminine! Love it.

sansuey said...

Very appealing creation. Those beads at the bottom are the perfect touch!

ะšะฐั‚ั ะšะพั€ะฝ said...

Very nice and very like it!
Pleased to meet with your creativity!

LaNell said...

Love, love this project!!!

Karen said...

Love this piece! It’s so sweet and the pink sherbet baubles are perfect ❤️

Kathy said...

Love your use of pearls/baubles.

Bobbi Smith said...

Your work is always so inspiring, Emma. I love that this piece is so feminine. The Vignette Accent frame, the Numeric numbers, baubles and paper dolls…everything really does work beautifully together. Gorgeous!

Mary Matthys said...

I love how you used the trays! My husband's grandmother was a newlywed in 1925. This reminds me of Grandma Addie

Deborah Cox said...

Love this idea, I can see doing a picture of my mom in this!

Kaye said...

The way you have used Tim's Baubles in this piece is genius. I love them!

Karen Kreun said...

Very nice. Love it
Thanks karen

Deborah Saaranen said...

This is so very gorgeous, Emma! I love the pearls at the base, and using two frames. So very special!

Sheila Styre-Briere said...

Beautiful! I adore the pearls and the entire project is reminiscent of some of my own family's historical photos.

Lisa Vice said...

Vintage to the max. I love those girls and will be looking to buy that pack so I can use them in a similar project.

Laurie said...

Love this project showing the more feminine use of the new projects! And the snark sticker adds the perfect bit of sass to spice things up!!

A Pink said...

You have taken Tim 's products and made then truly shine, just as you always do , Emma . This is so beautiful- Simply Exquisite! Thank you for sharing and for always inspiring your outstanding creativity .
Big hugs x

The Altered Paper said...

This is gorgeous, I love the layers of elements and that sentiment is perfect!

Tina henderson said...

This has to be one of my faves in the blog hop... such a gorgeous creation :)

Crafty She said...

Absolutely fabulous dear Emma..xx

Inkqueen said...

I love the pearl detail. What a great idea. Thank you for sharing. I cant wait to utilize this idea.

Veronica Tovar said...

I like this display and technique. Tfs

Glenda said...

I like how you mixed the different elements to make a great piece! I like how your colors all went well together.

Mooch Fast said...

how I love the baubles and paper dolls, a very beautiful vintage piece!

Pam L. said...

Ohhhhh, I love the addition of the pearls...those are the perfect touch to this beautiful piece. :-) Thank you for sharing!

B said...

What a stunning piece!

Cathy Potosky said...

Wow!! Love love love the pearls and the snarky!! LOL I must have those paper dolls! This project is so pretty!

Roxanne Taylor said...

This vignette is lovely. The colors you chose blend beautifully.

D.Ann C said...

How fun is this?!! The frame within a frame, the pears and girls... love it all!

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