Hello dear Robin's friends! It's Irit here again with another lo full of our fantastic Robin's Nest goodies:
glittered papers, glitter chipboards, glitter journaling spot, Dew Drops and Tear Drops and the final result is this glittery shore summer page.
O yes, this is not NOBODY, but my own No* Body perfect daughter old photo I found when my dear grandma passed away. I've never seen it and it was just great to scrap it with Robin's Nest fantastic products. So everything here, but letters and my basic cardstock is Robin's Nest.
Let's see what we have here: Daisy Stripe Teal cardstock- back side as the second layer over the basic cardstock.
Glitter Water Swirl cardstock , front side, layered over it from side to side and another piece of the back side of the same cardstock layered vertically.
A piece of Glitter Little Boy Star cardstock was added with the back side over the previous two.
Then a thin strip of Daisy Stripe Teal cardstock was added with some 3d foam dots.
A small rectangle of Glitter Little Boy Star cardstock was added as a tab on the right side over the photo.
2 cuts of Cheery Lynn Designs Sea shells at the sea shore border die added under the photo.
The Glitter Teal journaling spot was hand cut and used as a part for the title on the photo corner. I made die cuts of shells and sea horses and used them as my embellishments. Then Sizzix Sand castles dies - #1 and #2 were die cut from Robin's Nest Brilliant Brown Glitter and Glitter Gold chipboards.
Now the real fun began: random misting over this dotted mash I used after all as a part of my photo matting and last, but not least, maybe even the best part were those Plumeria Dew Drops and
And as for non Robin's Nest products here is a list:
AC light blue texture cardstock
MM glitter alphas
AC glitter Thickers and the dies I used from CLD and Sizzix
Some tips from this project: use Glossy Accents as your glue is you want some random water effect.
To cut our glitter chipboard with Sizzlets you need to do it several times- go and back as this chipboard is very thick (great, but not for smallest possible dies)