Video: Friend with Lilith

by Lilith Eeckels

Hello Altenew fans. Welcome back to another day with some scrapbooking inspiration. For today’s layout I decided to work with two stamp sets with their dies: Botanical Garden (and die set) and Super Script (die set). I used the butterflies from the Botanical Garden stamp set and used the word friend from Super Script. I also opted to use one of the dies from Botanical Garden without the stamp. The fine flower and leaves die can be used as such. It adds a dainty feature to the design.

Altenew friend 1a

In the video you can see how I created the whole layout.

 

The die sets can be used on their own without the stamp especially when the designs are small and intricate. I used a small fine leaf and flower design from the Botanical Garden set.

Altenew friend 3a

I love the detail on the stamped butterfly which stays subtle due to the tone on tone.

Altenew friend 4a Altenew friend 2a

I used two Altenew crisp inks for on this layout:

Mango Smoothie (Mmmmmh)

Coral Berry

For the detailed die cuts from the Botanical Garden set I used white Altenew woodgrain cardstock.

If you have any questions pop them in the comment section.

Happy Scrapping

Lilith

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6 comments

Celeste Goff June 16, 2016 - 7:53 pm

Such a beautifully feminine layout! Love the b&w with awesome pops of color!

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Lilith Eeckels June 22, 2016 - 3:48 am

Thank you Celeste

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Zalak June 17, 2016 - 4:44 am

Wow, simple and elegant. I want to know how you created the background, is this are stamped or patterned paper?

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Lilith June 22, 2016 - 3:09 am

Hi Zalak. The papers are patterned papers. In my next project I’ll be trying to create a similar look but with Altenew stamps. Happy you like the layout.

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Taunya Butler June 21, 2016 - 12:28 pm

Lilith – super fun and such a cool looking layout – love those printed papers you used in your background and all the other details you added to this layout just make is so fabulous!!

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Lilith Eeckels June 22, 2016 - 3:47 am

Thank you. So glad you liked it.

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