Hi, it's Maggi here to share another G45 layout with you using one of their older collections, Botanicabella. I've used this line of paper several timesand I'm always happy with the end result.
Here's my sweet Nika looking so regal after just having had a bath and haircut. That poor little tree in the background used to be a bigger tree but hurricane Irene that came through here last fall took it out and this little tree has sprouted from the stump that remained.
For this layout I've used Bird in Paradise, Love Letters, Secret Garden and Botanicabella, all from the Botanicabella collection. The small brown flowervine is Petaloon as are the brown vines on the right. The flowers are Recollections. The paw print ribbon is something I picked up from the dollar bin at Michaels. This is just a simple layered layout but it shows off my Nika so nicely!
The Flying Unicorn store has many of G45's collections available, go check it out!!
It's my turn to share more G45v projects with you! I really do adore this company!
This first layout I used the Happy Haunting line! WOW! This line is my favorite Halloween line yet!
I did a lot of fussy cutting..... I cut the clock, the fence, the pumpkins and the little witch on the pumpkin! These papers were perfect for the pumpkins my kids and hubby carved!
here are some close ups
here is a close up
on my next layout I used the curtain call line and created a layout about my oldest playing his guitar....Curtain call was perfect!
I wanted to get a little grungier on this one and used a template I had....LOTS of black ink, distressed the edges, used the 'applause' ticket and the 'record' and made a few barn stars
here is some close ups
Thanks so much for stopping by
Hello all! I have a mini that I did using the G45 "Ladies Diary" Collection and a G45 mini "Envelope Album". These and many of the things that I used in this mini is available in the Flying Unicorn store. You will love using the Ladies Diary Collection. G45 always impresses me with the graphics that they use, they just scream to be fussy cut! On this project I did!! Lots of fussy cutting!! Soooo Much fun!!
I made the mini for my DD. This is her senior year in high school. The envelope album is perfect for stashing away those high school memories that she will want to have for years to come. Here are the pictures of it from front to back.
These are pics of the entire out side of the Album. I Used Prima flowers and Alda has the store loaded with Yummy flowers!! I piece of bling that I had tucked away, lace and seam binding that I colored to match. I used a piece of CS that was left over from the July KOM, embossing folder, and inked the edges of the back panel. Lets take a look inside shall we?!
This is the front cover. I used some more Prima flowers and a Melissa Frances frame. The Lettering is EKsuccess. The 13 is the year she graduates and the frame highlighted that perfectly! You can find the frame and many others in the Flying Unicorn store. Next 2 pages..
All of the images are those fussy cut from this amazing pp. The large flower is Dusty Attic and the cute little hanger is TH. These worked out perfectly for helping to hold things in place and I also used a little embellie that I had in my stash to accent it with. I used some foam dots to add some dimension and ink the edges as well. The ink that I used was the Ingrid Blume "branch bark". You can find many of these inks in the Flying Unicorn store and the hangers as well. Next 2 pages..
On these 2 pages I used some Dusty Attic flowers and some Prima flowers that was Left from My July KOM. You get so many amazing blooms in Alda's kits you can use them for many projects! The Kaisercraft frame is also from the kit that I adorned with some pearls and a little ribbon bow. The lace is some from my stash. The image on the first one has been popped up so more pics or memorabilia can be added. The 2nd one the lower piece has been popped up and a picture can be added. These images are soooo Gorgeous!! Next 2 pages..
On the 1st one here, I used a DA dress form that I painted some gesso on it. Then added a Prima flower. The Hanger is another of the TH ones. There is a lot of them in the package!! I framed one of the image with CS and some pearls from my stash. The images are lifted so that some little things can be tucked under them as well. The 2nd page I used some lace that I glued in place in the lower areas and sides so that a picture can be placed there as well. The images are attached together as a whole piece on top of the lace and then some glue dots used to attach them to the lace. I did this in select areas so that the lace would still work as a pocket to hold a photo. The tag is simply slid in side and can hold journaling on the back. Next 2 pages.
On these to I kinda had prom in mind and thought the images worked really well with this idea. The Top one I used another hanger and Prima flower and a little dangle that I had in my stash. The card can be removed for journaling. The Bottom one you can add a photo behind the car. The lace here is actually pp from the collection. Last to pages..
The card can be removed on this one as well for journaling. I used another hanger here as well and attached a bow and some little dangles from my stash as well. On the back and last page I attached the images so that the pocket can still be used without messing up the design. The 2 stamp images actually hold down the piece to the left. Kinda a catch for the flap that isn't glued down in that area. All of the images you see and the PP are all from this collection. I LOVED LOVED this collection and it is extremely fun to use!! I hope that I have inspired you to make one for a special lady in your life! Hugs for now!!!
Hey everyone!! Denise here to share a couple of projects I made using some of the new Graphic 45 collections available at the STORE. I have had so much fun creating with these collections and just know I have to order more before everyone grabs them up!!
For this first project, I made a little haunted house using Happy Hauntings. I love all the fussy cutting you can do with G45. I like how the colors are so vibrant on these papers.
I had received this little cardboard house as a thank you gift from a member and was waiting for the right time to use it..well as soon as I pulled out this collection of papers, I knew what I was going to do!I used "Man on the Moon", "Trick or Treat" and "Jolly Jack O' Lantern" for this.
I fussy cut the moon and girl which I added to the roof.
I added another cute little one to the front yard..
I also used my Cricut and October 31st cartridge to cut the black cat and cauldron. I added the cat to the fence..a Timmy die..and a little broom to the cauldron. (sorry for the blurry pic on this one..we were getting a thunderstorm and I was losing alot of my light) I cut out a few little pics with those cute little girls from one of the pp's and added them in the windows.
For my next project..I did a LO using A Ladies Diary. This is a gorgeous collection and the colors are beautiful. This is a younger picture of my stepdaughter which I have always loved. It shows her beauty and her fun personality!!
I used 3 different pp's from this collection.."Afternoon Tea", "Focal Point" and "Delicate Details". I also fussy cut out some of those fashionable ladies from the "Fashion Plates" sheet.
I begin by distressing, inking and stamping the background paper. I painted the Dusty Attic brick wall (also from the STORE) with Fired Brick Distress Stains and added a little Gesso around the edges.
The Timless chippie is from Fabscraps and I used the stain on that as well and covered with Crackle Accents. I had the berries which were gold and painted them using some Glimmer Glaze.
I also made a couple of flowers out of the scraps!!
Well I hope you get inspired today to create something!! And don't forget to take full advantage of the great sale Alda is having on all G45 products until July 31st!! 20% off!! I really recommend picking up some of these collections..you will be glad you did!!
Hi everyone! Shona here today with a couple of creations that I have made with the new Ladies Diary G45. This collection is just oh so yummy and screams for fussy cutting on it. The title is “Furry Friends” and the photo is my grand daughter and her two dogs. Cooper the choc lab and Quilla the Jack Russel in the background.
I have added some Dusty Attic Flowers and chippys all available in the store here.
I have also added some gauz and did some masking in the background.
Ok my next two projects are a tag and card for my sister in laws 50th birthday gift. She gets a cool wine glass that has hand painting on it and a nice bottle of wine! The card was so much fun to make and lots of fussy cutting on it and distressing. I have added a couple of DA chippys to it to finish it off.
The tag is layers of the paper, some fussy cutting and misting on it.
Ok that is it from me for today…don’t forget ALL G45 is on sale in the store right now, so get it while it lasts. I know that I just ordered more of this collection!
Hi everyone! Shona here today with a couple of creations that I have made with G45. The first one is with the brand spanking new collection from G45…and it is oh so yummy! I have used this weeks Mojo Monday Sketch for this layout of my grand daughter. Lots of distressing, machine stitching and layers on this one.
I made the two larger flowers by stitching some silk, lace and ribbon. The rest of the flowers are from Prima and the Dusty Attic chippy is just painted black and you can get all of these in the store.
My next layout I have mixed a couple of G45 collections together. The photo is my daughter and grandson. I have tucked in a few Prima flowers and Dusty Attic chippys from my stash.
One thing that I love so much about G45 is it screams to be fussy cut and I love doing that.
Ok that is it for today, don’t forget that the store is loaded with all of these goodies and ALL G45 is on sale right now too!
The Flying Unicorn store is a great place for shopping for Graphics 45 paper collections, old and new. Some of those older collections can be hard to find; check the store, you'll be suprised at what you find! I love G45's vibrant colors and heavy weight paper. Their colors are so saturated and rich. You know me, I love to add pops of color to otherwise somber papers and G45 is so perfect for that.
For this LO I've used a sheet of this year's Kraft Reflections release, Express Yourself, as my base paper. The Kraft Reflections papers are a great neutral that work with most any paper collection. To that I added bold circles of color cut from the Playtimes Past collection, Jack & Jill and Life's a Ball papers.
The photos are of my great niece celebrating her first birthday. Oh my goodness, she was soooo cute, she literally picked up a piece of cake and smushed it into her face. When she was a newborn she had a really difficult time digesting food and it took quite some time to sort all her problems out, and one of the by-products of all that was she was a hungry baby who couldn't eat. Well let me tell you, she is making up for it now, that little girl is a total chow hound!! When she finished her cake, she started wailing for more!!
I made the red flowers using Alterations Tattered Floral die and the centers were made with McGill's starburst. I layered these flowers over Petaloos flowering vines in yellow. Then I snipped some yellowed ribbons bits to tie in to my niece's dress. The black flourishes are cut with a Sizzix die appropriately called Flourish.
Honestly, I don't think there is any other paper better than G45. OOOOH they have some awesome new collections coming out, I can't wait to get my hands on Birdsong!! The G45 new collection Ladies Diary is in the store, you're going to want some of that I am sure!!
Denise here to share a layout I did with the Ladies Diary collection from G45! This collection has to be one of my faves! It is truly beautiful and I love the designs!
For this lo I did a little fussy cutting using the "Lasting Impressions and "Picture Perfect" papers. I also used "La Gazette", and Garden Stroll for my main pieces. My Martha Stewart Bloomin Vines punch started me off and I did some stitching and stamping for a cute touch.
For the split circle I also used my MS punch. I made some of the flowers from some older G45 scraps I had. Here are a few close ups..
Now don't forget that G45 is 20% off for the rest of July in the Flying Unicorn Store!!! So pop on over and grab yours now!! Ladies Diary and Happy Haunting are in now!
Graphic 45 is one of MY FAVORITE companies....their papers lend perfectly to layering and I love how a lot of their papers scream to be fussy cut!
For this layout I worked with the 'Communique' line....which I though went perfectly with the photo of my nephew/Godson.
I distressed the edges using my Tim Holtz edge distresser, inked a doily, and cut out the big clock out of one of the papers! I made most of the flowers and thought a little play on words for title would be fun!
here is a close up
on my next layout I used 'the olde curiousity shoppe' line....I layered and distressed and had a lot of fun! I LOVE the color palette of these papers!
and here are some close ups
Thanks for stopping by! I have more projects to show you next week!!!
I was soooo excited to finally get my hands on this gorgeous Graphic 45 Ladies Diary collection. It is soooo gorgeous. I love this photo of my Mom and her sister taken in Washing DC in 1942 and I thought it was just perfect for using with this G45 collection. and you know what is ever so cool, the Flying Unicorn has all of its G45 collections on sale now at 20% off their already great price! You definitely want to get on that! All the papers I have used are from the Ladies Dairy collection.
I did this as inspiration for a a challenge that Tammy has going on, to use 2 different border cuts and handmade flowers on a layout and a butterfly. You can see my tiny butterfly at the top of the stickpin I made.
I diecut the flowers from the Alterations Tattered Floral die using Tim Holtz's glassine paper and I confess, it is one of my favorite things, I use it all the time on vintage layouts. I brushed bronze Perfect Pearls powder on my flowers and then heat set with my heat gun to give them so sparkle, you can see in especially in the bottom photo.
Hi everyone…it is time for the mid month Card Challenge and for my challenge I want to see cards that have tags on them. How easy is that!
Here are the rules :
01. Each card MUST have a tag on it also or inside of it as in my example.
Max 3 entries per person
02. Must be new as of 07.15.2012
03. Must be posted here in the forums before 08.14.2012 8:00pm est
04. Must use as least 2 different patterned papers
05. For a little twist lets say it has to have ribbon on it too.
06. Most important…have fun.
I have two examples for you. The first one is made with the July KOM and it has a pull out tag.
My second card is made with Prima papers and goodies from the store and has a tag right on the front of it.
Have fun creating and I can not wait to see what you all do!
Hi everyone! Shona here and it is my turn for the MMU and I have some Altered Jars to share with you. These are so so simple to make and I love the way they turned out. Mine are both made with a flat sided old candle jar. Flat sides work the BEST for this as you can add the paper easily.
My first one is with G45 from the store here. I have added some metal Prima flowers, chip board cogs from Dusty Attic and made a matching tray with the July KOM.
My second jar is very similar and I have used a Prima collection from the store.
I can't wait to see what you do with this. There's a great RAK to be won by some lucky person!
Hi everyone! This month we got a cool OTP! I really wasn't sure what direction I was going to go, as I had so many ideas running around my head! Then it hit me...one of closest friends had a birthday coming, a really great guy taht would do anything for us and I know would appreciate a handmade gft. So I painted the trays black, using the oil paints, added some of the 7 gypsies paper from the July kit, some nuts and bolts, a stainless steel flame I bought, some plastic mesh and photos of him on his Harley. He loved the Harely. I wish you could have seen his face when he saw it. He loved it, couldnt believe I put taht much work into a gift for him....but he is worth it and the gift turned out awesome.....take a look
and here is each one....he hung them on his wall!
thanks for stopping by!
Hello everyone! Happy Humpday!! I have my OTP to share with you today. When I first received this kit I was really unsure about what I wanted to do with these trays.. One night it hit me! Bamm!! I worked it all night long too, while I was trying to sleep.. lol They are not exactly like I had pictured in my head (which is a scary place to be let me tell ya!), but they are close enough. I was thinking of the vintage flower trays or boxes.. Ya know the old wooden type that would have a variety of flowers in it. Well the vintage part didn't exactly come together. The flower trays did! What my thoughts were that I could make up a bunch of flowers to use on LOs, cards or whatever I would need them for. I would have my trays with the blooms already made up and ready to use! I used floral foam, some moss and some Corsage pins. I first painted my design on the trays. Then put my foam in and laid the moss on top. Gave the back some flavor by adding a trellis and a gate. I used some DA pieces for this. You can find them in our Flying Unicorn Store. Then made my flowers and arranged them in. Nothing is permanent and can be used. That is what I was going after hence the "personal flower garden". Here are some close ups of these boxes or trays..
This was the first one that I did. The painting is a little more detailed. Here is a side view.
By the time I finished this one I saw that time had gotten away from me so the 2nd one didn't get as much of a detailed paint job, but I thought it still turned out ok.. Here are some close ups of it..
I used the extra Corsage pins to border it all the way around just to give it a little more something..
The painting technique that I used on these boxes is one that I learn a long time ago. It is called one stroke painting. I really love using it. I do paint other ways but this is faster and really cool to do! On this one I just used a pouncing brush and double loaded my brush with each color and white. Cool effect! Here is another view of this one.
I made over 50 flowers for these 2 trays, but not in vein, because I can use them on my projects! Hope you got some inspiration. Maybe make your own personal flower garden. You can use it yourself or share your gorgeous flower creations with a friend! Hope you have a wonderful day! Till next time!! Hugs!!!
Hey scrapping buddies!!! So glad you popped on today so I can share some of my July kit creations with you! This kit, "Once Upon A Memory", is so gorgeous! Packed with 7 Gypsies, Fabscraps, Petaloo and SO much more, made it so fun to work with!
The OTP this month was a set of 3 wooden trays. I decided to do design them seperatley instead of a 'set'. The kit came with oil paints to help design the trays but for these 2 I used Gesso..I plan on using the oils on the 3rd which I'm working on this week.
I used some 7 Gypsies paper, a strip from the Pink Paislee Mistable papers, which are from the Embellishment pack, and the flowers from the kit for this tray. I also added lace to form a hanger for it.
This next one was once again, painted up with Gesso, and I used Megs Garden paper from the store to use for the background. I used a Dusty Attic Fountain, also from the store and surrounded it with flowers.
Here is a close up..
Now I'd like to share 2 layouts I did using the July kit. The first one I used the Fabscraps papers for. I love the Prima masks that came with our embellishment kit. I used that as well at the top. All the flowers in the kit and the flower add on pack are just gorgeous!!
I also love the wooden frames. I painted with Gesso and gave a lightly brushing of distress inks on them. The birdcage is from my stash, but I did the same so they all matched.
The next one is not my usual style..but I wanted to try something different. The brick wall from DA is from my stash, but mostly everything else is from the kit and add on kits.I used the other mask with this one as well. This is my grandson whom I love more than life itself..The journaling reads:
You make me so happy..
I adore you.
You fill a space in my heart
I never knew was empty
A few close ups..
Well thanks for stopping by today. I hope you were a lucky one and got to purchase one of the kits before they went flying out the door! If you love July's...wait until you see August!!!
Till next time..Happy Scrappin!!
Hello everyone! I have some LO's to share using the amazing and gorgeous KOM for July "Once Upon a Memory". This kit is crazy cool in the way you can use it for any LO! Boy, Girl, Young or Finely Aged.. It works for all and I have never seen a kit like that before! First LO that I am gonna show you is a Boy LO that I did using this amazing kit!
This is a LO of my DS.. I used the 7Gypies for this LO and the Pink Paislee Mistable resist papers that I sprayed with several different mists and distress inks. The title area is done with the G45 alpha that is in the kit. The black swirls are actually the blue ones that came in the kit that I peeled off the blue glittery layer and then sprayed it with some black mist from Lindy's. The stars are the ones that Laura showed us how to make. The flowers are Prima "Almanac". The frame that was in the kit is from Kaisercraft and I painted it black with TH crackle paint that you can find in the Flying Unicorn store. I used a sketch that Maggi did for us in the forums. It was awesome to use! Thanks Maggi!! Let me get ya a couple of close ups.
Here is that awesome star. These were very fun and easy to make. Thanks Laura for teaching us about it! They rock! All you do is cut out a 5 point star, crease each point in the center. I inked the edges of mine. Next close up..
Here is the once blue, now black swirls and the G45 alphas that I used. I also used a old MS edge punch on the pieces above the title.
Next LO I did a Girly girl LO.
This is a LO that I did of my DD. She is in every since of the word a Girly Girl! On this LO I used the Bella PP that I fussy cut out all the big roses in the back ground. The pink PP is the Fabscraps and the background is some more of that Fab Pink Paislee Mistables PP.. I used Mists and gesso to get the coloring that I got. We also got some masks in this kit! YAY!! Beautiful Prima masks! Yummy!! I used them a little differently than they are normally used. I misted them with some Lindy's and then quickly flipped them on some white CS, traced around the out line that was made by the mist. I used a black jelly pen. Then fussy cut them out. Easy peasy!! I also did the similar thing to the MS punch that I used behind the masked piece. Now I did break out of the norm and did some sewing.. This is something that I have just started trying to do. Getting my feet wet if you will! LOL The bling title also is in this kit. Talking about fully loaded!! The flowers are a mixture of Flying Unicorn flowers, roses and the Prima and Petaloo ones that came in the kit. I also used one of my Lablanche Stamps that I got from the store!! I colored them with the fabby paints that we got in our June kit. Let me get ya a couple of close ups.
Love love this stamp!! Prima flower and Flying Unicorn roses just dance together!
The detail to the roses on the Bella PP is amazing and screamed to be fussy cut out!! So I listened!! LOL
This Last LO is one of me and my DH.
This kit flows so nicely from one type of LO to another with ease! I used the Pink Paislee Mistables with this one as well! Heehee Kinda like that PP don't ya think?! LOL I also used a piece of the Fabscrabs that had a wedding dress in the top corner of it. That is what started this whole LO.. I loved that image! You can barely see it here but it is up right under the bow. I also used the Bella PP in this one as well.. Some more Yummy flowers to fussy cut out! I used the other Prima mask in this LO but did the reverse effect and laid the mask flat on a piece of white CS and then traced it out after it dried with the black jelly pen. I had some ribbon that looked like lattice in my stash and some seam binding that I colored to match. Topped it off with a bow that I had tied a long time ago. The bling is Melissa Frances and a little cameo that I had in my stash. The Melissa Frances bling can be found in the Flying Unicorn store along with the roses and Lablanche stamp that I fussy cut out. The title area is a freebie tag that I got off the Prima FB page. The butterflies are Lisa Gregory's. Let me get you some close ups of this LO.
This is the dress that started this whole LO! LOL and you can barely see it now.. All well.. LOL
This is the masked piece and the yummy cherub Lablanche stamp. Love all the blooms that came in this kit!! Manor house is the big flower that I used. I also used the Petaloo ones and added the Flying Unicorn little roses in the center of them.
Well that is all from me today. Hope you got you one of these kits because it is a awesome one!! Hugs for now!
Hi everyone…Shona here and today I have some of my creations from the July KOM “Once Upon a Memory” This kit is just absolutely loaded with such amazing products, you are going to LOVE it. First up is a layout that I created with the 7 Gypsies papers. The photo I a little statue when I was on a wine tour in May.
I used the card stock add on for the background and did lots of punchwork on the top piece. The letter stickers are part of the main kit.
There are some frame chipboard pieces in the kit and I have used one to frame the photo.
The flowers are all made with the kit papers and the cute metal pieces also come in the kit.
My next layout is done with the Fabscraps papers. I have added in lots of the kit embellishments on this layout of my grand daughter.
Lots of machine stitching and masking.
The flowers are layers of petals that come in the kit and also the centers are in there too. I did not peel the backing off of the large stickers but added them to border the photo and add some dimension to this layout.
Ok my final project for today is one of the trays from the “off the page” project in the kit. I first painted it white and then did some crackle paint on the inside of it. The image is fussy cut from Prima Natures Garden collection and is available in the store here. I covered the image with the kit deco paige after to make sure it was adhered and smooth on the tray.
I then just added some chippys and flowers to finish it off.
The outside of the tray is covered with the collection papers and I added a piece of seam binding ribbon to finish it off.
One of the greatest things about our Flying Unicorn kits is that they always include an off the page project and each month the project is different, of course! We've had everything from canvas to glass painting. This month our OTP was a nesting set of 3 wooden trays and a set of oil paints to paint them with and decoupage paste. I decided to use my trays as frames so that I could create a 3-D project. Here's a sign for my garden. First I painted the tray in the style of Monet, that is dabbing paint on - that created a textured finish. I used blue, green, yellow and white and a touch of brown to color my tray. Oil paints do take a while to dry and as thick as I had applied the paint, it took a good 48 hours to dry. Then I applied a coat of decoupage paste over the paint to keep it from chipping off.
The letters are Kaisercraft and I painted them with Luminarte painte, I really love Luminarte paints, they have such deep jewel colors. Thank you Patti for introducing me to these paints. I used blue Petaloo flowering vines and a couple Prima roses to embellish the english ivy vines that came from Hobby Lobby. Its really a simple project but it looks really pretty introducing you to my garden.
Hi everyone! Hope you are all enjoying your summer and are able to stay cool!
This months kit is da bomb! It is so versatile.....I have done baby layouts, boys layouts and a girly layout! Talk about jam packed full of stuff!
This first layout is of our oldest, Cody, my handsome little man! The 7 gypsies papers are perfect for this photo. For the chipboard, I inked them in black, then I sprayed them with red glimmer mist, and added a little bit of perfect pearls available at the store. I made my journaling into mt title by adding some letter stickers into my handwritten journaling.
here is some close ups
I found this old photo of our youngest when he was little...his hair just killed me! I had to scrap it! The Fabscraps paper was the perfect fit! I made most of teh flowers (check out the tutorials section in the forum)
here is a close up of the flowers
On my next layout I also used lots of matting, adds lots of dimension without adding bulk. I inked and misted the doilies, the flowers are handmade and the letter stickers are from a previous kit. My little nephew is so precious and these papers were perfect for this photo!
and some close ups
Thank you for stopping by and I hope you enjoy this months kit!
Hey all! Tammy here hope your day is going well! Have a couple of Tags to share today. I used my bits of scraps from my June KOM, few goodies from the kit and a dash from my stash, to make some beautiful tags. I just couldn't let anything go to waste! So much yummyness!!! Here is my first one it is a oversize tag done in pink.
I just adored the pictures of the Ladies on the Kasiercraft paper that I couldn't just let them go without doing something to them. Then I started layering frames and some free tags from Prima ( got this off of there FB page). The Frames are MF you can find them in the Flying Unicorn store. I also used a few flowers from my stash and some DA flowers also a Flying Unicorn one that beautifully sets right on top (you can find these in the store as well)! Then used one of the chippies that was in the kit and embossed it with my Vagabond ( by the way we are giving one away! So make sure you join the blog hop going on!!). Here are some close ups of this tag..
and one more..
The last tag was also made using the scraps from the June KOM.
I used the wooden Kaisercraft flowers and layered a Prima Bloom that came in the kit on top. Accented with some beautiful Flying Unicorn mini roses. All of the PP are scraps of the Kaisercraft pp from the kit. The tag is a Prima Freebie.. Laces was also in the kit. The fringe is from my stash (a little scrap piece as well) and some fibers. Loved making these tags!! Hope you enjoyed and have a wonderful day!!