March 15, 2011

Bubble Gum Hills layout


For this layout, I have used photos taken when I did an altered headband tutorial at Kaisercraft blog (see tutorial here). I did not had the chance to use these photos on a layout because I was waiting for the perfect collection that will go with it. With the pretty designs and colour of the Bubble Gum Hills collection, I was able to achieve the look that I wanted.


“Like Butterflies” layout by LG Belarmino – Bubble Gum Hills Collection: Patterned papers – Tropical Twist (P630), Blue Lemonade (P631), and Calipso Punch (P633); Fruity Galaxy Specialty Glitter (PS140), Paper Pad )PP839), Rub-ons (RB898), Layered Printed Chipboard (CB124), Die Cut Elements (DC336), Wooden Flourish Locks & Hinges (FL330), Girls BW Rub-ons (RB916), Rhinestone Flourishes, Flutterbys Bubblegum (EM961), Paper Tags & Shapes Manila (EM924) and Paper Bloom Sunset (F634).

Others: Shimmerz paint and leaves.


12 comments:

Wendy said...

Beautiful as always LG! Your daughter is so photogenic and love the butterflies and flower banner!! x

Diana Fisher said...

*sigh* so, so, so very pretty and how lovely is your daughter!!!! :)

Tina said...

Stunning as always ..love the punch

Jess said...

I Love this page! Those colours are amazing!

Trudi Harrison said...

This is just pure joy - absolutely adore how you have used this collection LG

Diana Waite said...

wow, wow, wow! LOVE all the detail--just gorgeous!!

aussiescrapper said...

Oh this is just divine, I just love how you made tha double butterfly with the trail of bling, and those locks are gorgeous, of course your little model is just so super beautiful. Gorgeous work dear friend. Melxx

Sarah Webb said...

Love how you split the background with the pink and white! Lovely!

teacher jessy said...

Such a cherry & pretty layout of ur lil girl! You always do magic for all ur layouts!

Kerryn said...

Just love this page LG!!

Alex said...

Stunning! I could stare at it forever... so many pretty details to discover...

Christine said...

Absolutely beutiful! I linked this up on Practical Scrappers!