Friday, July 10, 2015

Off The Rails July Challenge

Hi there!

This month over at Off the Rails they have not one but two gorgeous Moodboards for their challenge.  I chose to use the second one, as having a girl the colours were just perfect.  I took my inspiration from the frame and flowers and decided on an OTP project and what better than a frame itself :)

Products Used:

Kaiser Wooden Frames
Fab Scraps Patterned Paper
Prima, FWAB and Manor House Flowers
BO Bunny Die Cuts
Funky Flairs Studio Flair
Prima SIIC
Kaiser Pink Paint
Distress Crackle Paint

Well that's all from me today.

Thanks so much for stopping by and happy crafting.

Tania xx


  1. Absolutely lovely Tania! You've really represented the colours of the moodboard so well! Thank you for sharing with us at Off the Rails Scrapbooking.

  2. Wow, this is so pretty Tania. Love all the layering of prettiness and the photo is so cute. You really nailed the colour palette too. Thank you for taking on our challenge at Off The Rails Scrapbooking.

  3. Oh wow this is so beautiful! All the flowers are gorgeous and your darling girls photo in the middle is simply stunning!

  4. Such a beautiful take on our mood board, gorgeous. Thanks for joining us at OTR

  5. Simply stunning Tania, such a pretty photo framed by all those gorgeous flowers!

  6. This is wonderful Tania! You've nailed the mood board perfectly!

  7. Stunning, very girly, beautiful project.

  8. Wow! You nailed it! Your layout is gorgeous! Plenty of details and effort! Thanks for joining us at OTRS! :)

  9. Great take on the mood board! Love this page. Thanks for joining us at OTR.

  10. So adorable and pretty!! Love all those blooms! Thank you for playing along with us at Off the Rails Scrapbooking!

  11. This is so pretty, gorgeous work Tania!

  12. Tania, this is divine! All those gorgeous girly layers and flowers, it's just beautiful. A gorgeous interpretation of the palette, well done! Thanks for playing along with us at OTR! :)


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