Friday, September 21, 2012

Meg's Garden-Spring Paisley Collection

Hi Girls,

First up, there is a DESIGN TEAM CALL!!!! for Meg's Garden...would you like to be part of a fun and friendly inspiring team ... Meg's Garden offers this with beautiful papers designed by Denise.

Pop over to the blog to read all the details
http://megsgardenblog.blogspot.com.au/

Meg's Garden has a beautiful new collection called Spring Paisley Collection.  It has lovely hues of peach, cream and green and some gorgeous flowers with a touch of paisley.  Check out the link HERE to see the collection.

Cherish
Can't help myself when I see Meg's papers... I just have to pull out my scissors as they just cry out to be fussy cut.  I have fussy cut and layered the Spring Pink Toile paper and Pink Paisley Flourishes, then used some of the Spring Green Toile and Caged Damask to form the ribbon banners.  The flower cluster was created with a mix of flowers, fussy cut elements and ribbon.  Everything on my LO except for the background paper and Martha Stewart Doily comes from Meg's Garden.




Items Used
Spring Pink Toile P6316 & P3616A
Spring Green Toile P6317
Pink Paisley Flourishes P
Paisley Labels P6323
Caged Damask 3401
Ivory Flower,
Primrose Posy Dusty Pink
Grosgrain Stripe Wasabi and White ribbon
2cm off fwhite floral lace
Tim Holtz adornments

Other Items
Crate paper pp
Martha Stewart doily

Thanks so much for stopping by :))



8 comments:

  1. Cathy I just love this. So beautifully designed. Hugs Desíre {Doing Life - my personal blog}

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  2. GORGEOUS - so soft & pretty....LOVE your striped bow & that little swallow bird....& that big flower....YUM!!!!!!!!

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  3. Absolutely stunning.. I love the green colors popping out there, and all the fussy cutting looks amazing.. beautiful photo too for this lovely layout!

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  4. What a gorgeous page Cathy and I really love the mix as well as what you've done with it. Just breathtaking!

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  5. WOWZERS!! This is TOTALLY STUNNING... The layers the Fussy Cutting all is FANTASTIC!!

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  6. Just love how you've combined the different collections, beautiful colours and the details are so pretty! totally agreeing with you on the high fussy-cutting factor of the papers, just look at the cluster - so so pretty! xoxox

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