I had this card stock in my stash, and while I don't expect you to have it, too, I want you to take a look at the papers and card stocks that you do have. Pull them out and see what collage images go along with your own stash.
There were several images on the Les Fleurs collage sheet that I thought would go very well with this card stock. What do you think? Am I right?
This particular image of the little cherub with a wheelbarrow full of flowers just jumped right out at me. So, I first adhered her to a piece of chipboard with Nori Paste and cut it out.
Edge chipboard image with brown distress ink.
Adhere Gold Opulence Stickers Corners and go around the edges with a Gold Xtreme Pen.
Adhere chipboard image with Scor-tape.
Add a few punched leaves from green card stock around the edges.
Add a bit of Stickles glitter glue randomly to the surrounding flowers imprinted on the card for extra "OOOMPH"!!!
They fit perfectly inside these little holders, and stack very nicely inside a drawer, on a shelf, or whatever your storage system may be.
I also use the index card size ...
Stay tuned this month, as the design team is sharing not only their fabulous art all month long, but more storage tips for you to take with you and try out.
The Altered Pages giveaway this month will be a Treasure Box of supplies and tools! All you need to do is leave a comment on their blog and share us on your Facebook page to be eligible. (tell us you shared)
The February Giveway will include a Cigar Box with binder clips, ATC cards, Memento Marker, oversized paper clips and a sturdy colorful band for closure.
As always, thanks for stopping by, and have a wonderful and crafty week!