Monday, October 22, 2012

Dedicated With Hearts

Perhaps you have heard of a certain Senior Ranger Education, designer and author extraordinaire named Wendy Vecchi? She has a distinct signature style that she has infused her many products with. And, we are super excited that she is joining us as our Guest Designer over at Simon Says Stamp and Show this week! Whoooot! If you haven't done so already, you must check out her project over on the challenge blog. Also, be sure to stay tuned over there as Wednesday, she will join us with another project! YAY!

Your challenge this week, if you choose to play along (and I hope you do because you could win $50 to simonsaysstamp.com), is to create and be inspired by Wendy! Whether you’re inspired by her signature style, want to play with some of her stamps, art parts, or blossom bucket accents, or try one of her fantastic techniques featuring Ranger products we want to see your creations!

I for one, had never used one of her wonderful items, but I certainly jumped at the chance!

With my photos at the ready, along with some lovely bits from Basic Grey and of course, those adorable little Heart embellishments by Wendy, I'm ready to scrap!
First up, let's add a little interest to my plain white card stock background. A little paint on a scrap of chipboard should do the trick:
 Oh yes, indeedy! See there? All misted up... pretty!
 Ok, now those lovely papers are cut into "frames" and scattered about:
 A few little punched shapes:
 And the star (or should I say heart?) of the show! 
A bit of stitching and twine adds some nice texture. And, that washi gives my heart a lovely little landing spot:
 After my title, a little more washi is in order:
 And after the usual finishing touches...there you have it!
 A heartfelt dedication:
Oh, I just love those little hearts, don't you? Head on over to simonsaysstamp.com to see some of her amazing other products.

And, be sure to enter the challenge for you chance to win! 
If you would like to try a little layout of your own, similar to the one above, a complete supply list is below: (affiliate links used)


30 comments:

  1. Fabulous layout Ashli! I love the technique you used for the background, so clever!

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  2. Such a pretty layout! So cool how you made that background pattern with a piece of cardstock! Hugs, Sandra

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  3. Love the frames and great background you created with the chipboard and paint!

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  4. I love the placement of all those frames! It turned out fantastic!

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  5. Awesome as always - love the frames. And those hearts... oooooo perfectly placed.

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  6. Lovely layout Ashli, love the background and the punched out shapes. The frames are lovely and I love the added heart. Tracy x

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  7. Lovely made Ashli, the background is just great and your hearts mmmm yummie...Hugs Terry xxxx

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  8. Beautiful scrapbook page, Ashli! I love the design of the layout and what a beautiful family you have!! :)

    *mwah*
    Steph
    Simon Says Stamp!

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  9. Love the texture of the background and the cluster with the heart is yummy!

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  10. You always amaze me with your backgrounds! Gorgeous work!

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  11. Love the background and the frames are great! Beautiful page!

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  12. Awesome page! <3 Great techniques and ideas, as always, I might add.

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  13. So very fun!! Love the off-set frames and the paint in the background!! And those little hearts are so, so cute!!

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  14. I am always in awe of your LO's!!! I stare at them for a very long time, asking myself how on earth does she know that....(insert any emb/paper/mist etc. ) would look perfect just there!!!! AMAZING!!!!

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  15. I love all the textures and layers you use.

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  16. Fun page! Love the details with the stitching!

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  17. Great layout love the washi and twine

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  18. I really love the gesso pattern background over the misting- really great contrast! Using large frames with washi is so original- never seen that before and I totally love the effect!

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  19. Another gabulous layout!!! You never disappoint.

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  20. WOW!! Love the way you used the paint design, the frames...um, everything?! LOL!! So enjoy your process...makes me want to play NOW! LOL!

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  21. Love the frames and how you added the paint!!!
    And what a cute family photo :)

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  22. Such a fun layout! I love the frames in the background and the fun punches that created your embellishment cluster. But the photos make the page! :)

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  23. Lovely layout...a dn I love your studio - it looks fun and functional :D

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  24. Just got to love all that layering and the frames :) Beautiful page.

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  25. This is so special. Love all the punches you used.

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  26. Such a fun layout! I really like how you incorporated the Wendy hearts into your lovely page! <3 Candy

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  27. Love the technique with paint. very cool!~ The way you layered the frames and put the whole layout together is fabulous! Beautiful!

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