In creating this layout Louise N got to use 2 of her favest Aussie Scrap Source products!!!....Hero Arts stamps and Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist :) After stamping the feather image with blank ink Louise has then a variety of techniques with the Tattered Angels Cinder Glimmer mist to create and arty 'splatty' background around and over the stamped feather.
Feathers are fast becoming a trend not only in scrapbook pages but in handmade and novelty items as well. Iris glammed up a plain headband with some flowers, pearls, and a stunning flower adorned with feathers from Prima Marketing.
If you want to create some really eye-catching cards then Webster’s feather flowers and pins will do the trick! Especially the lovely bright colours of the 'Let's Celebrate' range. Chris has coupled the Webster’s feather flowers with the Hambly feather rub-ons to show us how to use the latest feather trend on your card creations!
The details in the peacock feathers here will just take your breath away. Gabrielle Pollacco painted the feathers in different colours and then applied glitter glue all over for an embellished design that will glam up any project. Perfect embellishment to complement her photo of the peacock and two lovely girls.
This stunning page comes from Michelle Grant. This layout was inspired originally from the foil sheet Michelle Grant used on the Peackock Feathers. She had these foils since she started scrapping many years ago but just recently had the inspiration to use it in her recent layouts.
This amazing layout was created by Dina Wakley using one of the new release Crafters Workshop templates designed by Julie Fei-Fan Balzer. The peacock feather background is just fabulous! thank you so very much Dina!
Wow, this layout by Ilene Tell is full of all the latest scrapbooking trends! Ilene has put together this layout using fabulous new products from Websters Pages. Ilene has used bling, cameo's and feather flowers to create this whimsical layout. Thank you Ilene for sharing with our readers.
A big thank you to Sharmaine Krujiver [http://skruijver.blogspot.com.au/] for allowing us to share this layout! We love how Sharmaine has created a patterned card stock peacock tail feather like spray behind the metal number embellishment to emulate a peacock. It looks fabulous!