Sunday, September 19, 2010

Magnifique Workshop Layouts

Well I'm back from our first Hockey Road-trip to Vernon with my son's triple A Peewee team and we had a hoot! Won two games and tied one...here he is defending the net...



Workshops are starting this week and I've got some pictures to share! Remember that you can click on any of these images for a more close up look and they will open in another window...simply arrow back to return to the main page again.

This is the featured layout in the Workshop Kit...nice and simple...stamping with the *new* Pacifica Exclusive Ink colour and using the Shades of Chocolate Mini-Medley collection and Heart to Heart stamp set which is included in the Magnifique (G1015) Workshops on the Go kit 


In working with the Magnifique myStickease assortment I've created two bonus layouts with the remaining papers in the Magnifique Workshop kit:






Here are two more layouts I assembled using the Magnifique LEVEL 1 paper pack:




The left hand side of this next layout was made with the last two sheets of cardstock in the Level2 paper pack in the Workshop kit. I needed to add another sheet of the Chocolate and Lagoon cardstock to finish the right hand side of this layout. I also used some Embroidery Floss for the stitching around both pages. The Peacock feathers and sentiment are from the Circle of Love myAcrylix stamp set and I've added a frame from the Foundry Flourishes Asst.

The peacock feathers are embellished with the Blue & Green Sparkles

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