When I think of lace punches I think of a feminine - girly look and this muted floral paper from the Pure Bliss Collection was my first pick to start this layout! I cut it down to about 10x10 and distressed the edges and then took different boarder punches and randomly punched on all 4 sides.
I used even more lacy punches to created a the thick strip in the middle of my layout. I topped that off with a few boarded strips form the Pure Bliss collection - these strips are great, so many uses for them and they come in such a variety of patterns and styles.
I just love how this layout turned out! I never thought of lacy punches with a distressed look but I really love how this turned out!
Supplies: GCD Studos: Paper - Pure Bliss Collection
Embellishment - Pure Bliss Collection
Other: Kraft Cardstock, Adhesive, Gold Paint, Punches
Beautiful! LOVING that photo of you and Diana!ReplyDelete
Sara I love how that splash of teal gives the layout a vibrant pop! Great use of all those punches!ReplyDelete
Sooo cute! I LOVE border punches...and have some serious border punch envy right now :)ReplyDelete
Fun layout Sara!!ReplyDelete
love this layout! Great job with the punches! :)ReplyDelete