One of our new Design Team members Julie Bonner created this beautiful layout using lots of 7gypsies.
Notice the sonogram photo- it's Julie's little boy due in January!
Congratultions on your little miracle Julie!
Here's the technique Julie used on her tag. "I took the back of one of the 7 Gypsies tags, added some quick pen to outline. Then I painted on some Ranger Distress Crackle Paint. I heat-set/dried this with an embossing heat gun. Then I added some Maya Mist. To create the splatters I took the pump out of the bottle & gently shook it at the tag - thus creating some pretty splatters :) I let that dry, then punched 4 small hearts from one of the 7 Gypsies ephemera cards & attached them to the tag."
"This small journaling tag is tucked away in the small Melissa Frances paper bag. It is a quote that I found the week we discovered we were pregnant & I didn't want to forget it - so I typed out the words on some 7 Gypsies Conservatory paper & glued it down on the tag. "
Papers: 7 Gypsies Conservatory
Stickers: 7 Gypsies Scrapbooking Mini Label Stickers - Travel
Alphabet: 7 Gypsies Conservatory
Look what Susan Coish has made with her 7gyspies Receipt Holder!!!
Susan said, "I have to say that honestly when I received this in the mail I initially wondered what I would do with it. But, once I started decorating it, I had a lot of fun. It turned out sooo much better than I expected and I now have it posted on my wall in my porch area."
It turned out beautiful! I love all those Jenni Bowlin butterflies.
Products Susan used are:
7 gypsies receipt holder
7 gypsies paperie
Jenni Bowlin butterflies