Aimee loves to blow Dandelion Clocks, but she calls them wishes, love that!!!! Manged to get a few photos of her blowing them.
A few close ups!
I started the layout by using a die cut 12 x 12 paper, tracing around it onto other paper and cutting it out. I then measured around the edge and cut out the inside and then curled back the edges, I saw Tracey demonstrating this one day for one of her scrapbook ladies. Wet the edges lightly with a baby wipe and then curl them back on itself. Quick and easy distressing.
I then used a distress ink pad and cut'n'dry foam to colour the paper doily.
I used a cuttlebug die to make the beautiful vine.
I made the hat pins by threading some beads, chains and charms unto a stick pin, as they already had some beautiful pearl tops.
I stamped clocks onto acetate and cut around them.
I cut the title from cuttlebug dies and coated the letters in diamond glaze.
I also sprayed the big cluster of flowers with Glimmer mist
And I raised two of the photos at different heights to give more live to the layout.
What I used
The list below was bought at Running With Scissors unless stated otherwise
Cardstock - Green and pink Bazzill
Paper - Sandylion - Meadow
Die Cut - My Mind's Eye - Sun Kissed "only smiles" Flower Girl Paper
Flowers - Bazzill - Paper flowers, Prima - Painterly Petals and a collection of flowers
Leafs - Bazzill paper leafs
Cuttlebug die - Floral borders - Die 2
Cuttlebug Alphas - Borrowed from Tracey (thanks)
Childhood tag - was bought at Running with Scissors but long since lost the packaging
Inks - Staz on black - Tim Holtz distress ink pads - Worn Lipstick
Crystals - Mark Richards
Diamond Glaze - Ranger - Glossy Accents
Cut'n'Dry foam - Ranger
Doily - Sanisburys
Glimmer Mist - Tattered Angels - Old Lace - Hobbyhouse
String of beads - Freebie from Papercraft Inspirations
Aceate - Staples - think they are supposed to be used for fronts of CV's
Charm with heart - "borrowed" from a pair of children's jeans
Beads - Netto