Thursday, June 19, 2014

Cottage Cutz Wedding Layout

 Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of CottageCutz die projects.  CottageCutz has a beautiful Wedding release.  It's been a long long time since I have done a 12 x 12 layout.  I worked on this one for days-4 days as a matter of fact.  I found this picture of my beautiful Mother and I and knew I wanted to scrap it. 
 Here's a close up of the pretty Bride die.  She was perfect to accent my picture. 
I used the Wedding Bouquet for the corner and colored it with Copic Markers to match the Spring Label that says Bride under the picture.  The Wedding Border die was used under the picture.
Yes, those are handmade tiny roses and yes they weren't easy to create-but they do look perfect and very sweet on this banner.  The corner of the picture has the Fancy Floral Butterfly Corner die.  You can see the Fancy Floral Background die on top of the pink accent piece.
Here you can see the Elegant Shoe, Garden Delight Butterflies, and the Fancy Lace Border on the edge of the picture.
This corner has a pretty pearl flourish.  Under the handmade rose is the Garden Flourish die.
The Fancy Floral Corner #1 was used on the right hand corner of the picture.  I used just the word "Bride" from the Bride & Groom Expressions die.  For the leaves I used the Bella Leafy Branch.  The paper is Melissa Frances.  You could say I consider this a labor of love because of all the detail.   Thanks so much for stopping by today to view my creation.  I truly appreciate it.  Happy Crafting!


12 comments:

KarinsArtScrap said...

this is gorgeous Carol, beautiful layout and great design.

gr karin

Nan G said...

Beautiful! You've used so many lovely lacy die cuts on this.

Olga said...

Beautiful, I love al the gorgeous details!

Sherri said...

This is just incredibly beautiful! Love all the gorgeous dies you have on it. That bride die is now on my want list! ha ha

Marisa said...

Beautifully done!

nwilliams6 said...

Wow Carol, when you scrapbook - YOU SCRAPBOOK! 4 days! It was worth it - your page has 42,000 wonderful and special details and you still managed to make the picture the focal point which is AMAZING because there is so much eye-candy here. I know that making this was therapeutic for you too as you are so worried about your Mom. I am sure it allowed you some special time to think about and pray for her. Lovely page my friend. I am praying for her too - give her an extra hug for me when you visit her. Hugz!!!

nwilliams6 said...

Oh, BTW - you were a lovely bride!!!

Benzi said...

Carol, I've been away from my blog for a few weeks. I'll look through your gallery and see what I've missed, plenty of beautiful things, I'm sure.

This is the most outstanding project ever.....so beautiful!!! I want that bride.

I don't know if you've been to visit your Mom yet or not. I am so hoping and praying for her to feel better and hope you have a wonderful visit with her.

Benzi said...

I meant to say what a wonderful photo to have and treasure.

Marisa Job said...

Another gorgeous creation!! Love it!!

Donna Ellis said...

oooooh, beautiful! I hope your mom is resting peacefully, and that you are doing well, too, dear Carol. Praying this finds your son fine, and that your husband is also recovering. Will you frame this in a shadow box? Or will this go in a book? Or maybe it has to be sent to CC. It's beautiful for sure with the roses and rosettes! hugs, de

Colleen Dietrich said...

Gasp! What a beautiful layout! Oh my! And that's the sweetest pic of you and your mom. Were you a child bride? You look so young!