Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Sharing more Cosmo Cricket

Just look at this beautiful paper. This is from one of the new lines from
Cosmo Cricket.
BABY JANE.


It has such an old vintage feel to it, I just had to go with the vintage look for this tray.


This first section is so adorable. It features a replica of a ATC I made a while back. Along with the ATC I added the new washi tape from Cosmo Cricket. It is amazing! I just had to cut out this little dress, see the trim on the dress and panties? I used scrap from the tim Holtz lace die. It was leftover from the actual die of the lace. I thought is was small enough to accent the dress and it was just perfect.

This next panel is a picture of my g-daughter. Love this picture!

What is vintage without a quilt? I cut out little pieces of the scraps of paper and made it into a quilt. I used Ranger's Glue n Seal over the top and backside of the quilt, this allowed me to shape the quilt so it was slightly curled. This allowed for a great seal and no movement in the individual pieces of the quilt to come lose. I added some snaps and a vintage eye and hook package, which by the way was the perfect color! Love that! I Love that Cosmo Cricket has two sided sturdy paper. Also used in this section is the Ready Set Chipboard. Look at the spools and the Handmade for baby chipboard, love these!


Here is another picture and just added some layers of cut out lace papers. Some more tape and 2 cute little bunnies cut from my Slice. The little stickers are part of this collection also.


This panel just has some of the paper lace. (see where the scrap was from for the baby dress?)


Key is from Idea-ology tim holtz/Advantus. More of the stickers and a cut out from one of the Baby Jane Element decks. See the Baby Jane Collection here.


This last panel I wanted to appear to be like a cork board so I used a very thin piece of cork and then took some quilting pins and cork board push pins and cut them down and used them as push pins to hold the photo in place. Added some of the the Ready Set Chipboard. Row of pearls and it was done.I actually bought this tray on clearance because it had a crack on it. The crack was across the bottom of the tray. It was okay because I used one of the stickers and covered it right up. Added lace at the top, put some vintage buttons in the corners and now we are done!
Hope you enjoyed this long post.

2 comments:

Erin said...

I love the live bunny pics. I had them made of Addison when she was 6 months old. Great project, love all the detail.

CuddlyBunny said...

This is an amazing, wonderful piece! Your granddaughter is adorable!