Sunday, May 26, 2013

It's Reveal Day at C'est Magnifique~!

Hi everyone! Thanks so much for all the congrats and well-wishings on my PaperHaus DT announcement :)

Today I'm back again because it's reveal day at C'est Magnifique Kits and I've got some work to share with you, as well as a look at the main kit for June!

I love it when papers provide a sheet of cut-outs like Maja Design has done with this collection. I decided to create a collage that spanned my layout just so I could use a bunch of these beautiful cut-out elements. I added in some random stamping, inking, misting, and masking to create this fun page of my daughter delightfully sipping away at her chocolate shake :).

This gorgeous purple Prima "Tatiana- Victorian" flower is from the main kit and are among my favorites of the Winter 2013 CHA releases from Prima! I love the "touched with gesso" look they have and how they're sprinkled with glitter. Gorgeous!

This is my first time using the Prima Wood Icons (also in the main kit). You can paint them or leave them as-is, like I've done here.

The Bo Bunny 12x12 sheet of adhesive chipboard is full of fun embellishments and a complete letter set. You will also get this with the main kit! 

A little closer look at my stamping/masking/misting combo. Sometimes you just have to get messy!

From the Flower Add-On:
Prima: : Merci: Pastel Mix
Prima: Giselle: Haze
Petaloo: Mixed Blossoms: Soft Pink

From the Embellishment Add-On:
Blue Fern Studios: Chipboard: Fancy Fob Watch

And here is our main kit for June!

"Dream in Pastel"

Patterned Paper

Maja Design: Vintage Spring Basics: 1st of March
Maja Design: Vintage Spring Basics: 6th of March
Maja Design: Vintage Spring Basics: 11th of March
Maja Design: Vintage Spring Basics: 1st of April
Maja Design: Vintage Spring Basics: 4th of April
Maja Design: Vintage Spring Basics: 11th of April
Maja Design: Vintage Spring Basics: 1st of May
Maja Design: Vintage Spring Basics: 6th of May
Maja Design: Vintage Spring Basics: Days to Remember

Kit Embellishments

BoBunny: C’est La Vie Chipboard
Prima: Shabby Chic Metal Treasures: Garden Gate and Mirror
Prima: Tatiana: Victorian
Prima: Ingvild Bolme: Chalk Fluid Edger: Pastel Pink
Prima: Wood Icons in a Box: Leaves and Mushrooms
Blue Fern Studios: Chipboard: Grand Balloon
May Arts: Ric Rac: Pink and Brown

These kits ALWAYS sell out fast- so if there are any left, you will find them in the C'est Magnifique store HERE. The only way to make sure you don't miss out on a kit is to subscribe- see all the info and how-to's HERE.

Thanks so much for stopping in! I will be back again soon with another June Kit project :)

Have a great holiday to those celebrating this weekend- and for the rest of you, I hope you have a wonderful day!


Elena Olinevich said...

Such a lovely LO. Congrats on making the Paperhouse Contributor

Evgenia Petzer said...

oh wow! absolutely stunning! and i agree, this tatiana line from pria are so gorgeous and those giselle ones are also! theey are my 2 fav from last release:)

Irina Gerschuk said...

Beautiful LO, Erin! And I agree with Evgenia about the flowers))))

Lizzy Hill said...

Fabulous! Totally gorgeous & a new fave!!! LOOOVE the ways you've used the flowers & most of all those die cut cards for your 'back ground'....just sooooo nice:):):)

Laurie said...

oh my that little box of wood pieces is soooo cute! love your layout, so pretty and the photo is just the sweetest :)

Scraps of Elegance said...

Pretty layering work Erin, and I adore those peek-a-boo script stamp showing through the stencil/paste work.

Ashley Horton said...

Beautiful layout Erin and I love that cute pic of Aspen!!

Patty O'Malley said...

This is so pretty, Erin! I love the purple.

Svetlana Austin said...

totally gorgeous LO, Erin! the photo is so adorable and I love how you cut the paper to create this collage look on your project!

Lizzyc said...

Oh wow this is amazing! really love the small stamped letter/numbers.. cute photo too...

Maja Stokk / eyovine said...

Stunning!!! Cute pic <3

Lynette Jacobs said...

So are the queen of clustering....I have a lot of admiration for your work.