Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Blooms


Here's another layout I made featuring my blooming pear tree last spring. If you look closely you can see a huge bumble bee on the top left branch!

I am loving hexagons right now. Not only are they all the rage right now in papercrafting, but they remind me of my favourite quilt pattern, Grandmother's Garden. So I thought this was perfect for the quilting challenge over at Frosted Designs.

I started with a woodgrain base from DCWV and splashed some white acrylic paint on it. I cut out some hexagon shapes from a MME 6x6 pad. The flags are also from MME. The chipboard title is Scenic Route and the mini alpha stickers are MLS. I also added some tulle to the top of the wooden bird cage.







Here's a close up of those hexagons.



 
Thanks for stopping by!

8 comments:

Avril Tanner said...

Gorgeous layout!!!

Deanna said...

It is beautiful Sharon, love the hexagons and the splatter!

Anita Scroggins said...

thanks for playing along with us at Frosted Designs, love the layout.

JanR said...

Lovely!

Joanne said...

Love this layout Sharon! Especially the bird cage!
Joanne xo

MaryAnn said...

Love it! the bird cage is a great addition and love those hexagons!

Jayne said...

Love this! Great hexagons and splatters......love the birdcage, pennants and title too. I think that means everything! :)

judybeeksma said...

Love those hexagons...I am inspired to create something with them today!!!