The Frolic collection by Blue Fern Studios has such a romantic shabby-chic feel to it, which is right up my alley. It captured this moment so perfectly!
I used the Adorn sheet as my base, which I splattered using the Color Bloom Spray Mist in Cotton Candy and a white Sharpie paint marker.
I built upon the page using the cut strip from the bottom of the page with the Secretary print mid-page, then using some of the pieces I cut into banners from the Calling Card sheet, I inked the edges with pink ink and staggered them along the strip. Next I tucked a pretty little lace that I had left over from a previous kit just beneath the paper strip and topped it with a tiny flat-back pink pearl trim that I used again at the top of the page.
Underneath the strip of trim I staggered some banners that I created using one of the Calling Card pieces as well as some bits from the Amoros print at the top left-hand corner.
I used Snow-Tex on the Blue Fern Studios Frills Panel to create extra texture on the piece before I used it as a photo mat for this picture lovely of my grand-daughter and great-niece.
Three little strips of the Mercantile print, again making good use of the prints on the page bottoms, I used these as journaling to accompany the photo.
I then title the page on the left-hand side using a script font on my computer, then sporadically added some Say It In Crystals sparkly gem embellishments along with some Prima Nikko-Danno and Pearl Panache Blue Moon flowers as well as some pretty Marion Smith flowers, one of which I saturated with the Cotton Candy spray for and extra pop of color.
A tiny pearl spray tucked in behind a cluster of flowers on the bottom right of the page added a finishing touch to the page.