Monday, June 16, 2014

Maggie Holmes Layout Share

It is all about using up some Maggie Holmes scrap papers in the craft room! Here is a layout using some scraps from the Flea Market and Maggie Lines. I am so resisting the urge to go stockpile some of the wood plank paper. I so love it. I may just grab a couple pieces of it. :) But to the layout. I am using gold on this layout as accent. Getting alot of use out of my gold! The large aqua piece is from the Carta Bella Wildflower collection. You could call this a piecemeal layout. :)

It is also fun to note that the tiny blue tile alphas are from a 2004 sticker sheet, Yes!! The date is on the price sticker on the back. :) Extra special when I get to use some old stash!

I used a Faber-Castell Pitt metallic gold pen to outline paper pieces/elements and Elmers Opaque white paint pen to outline around photos. Some of my favorite techniques. 

Supplies Used:
Maggie Holmes Papers, diecut elements, overlays, vellum.
Dear Lizzy and Studio Calico papers
CartaBella paper
Glitz Design rhinestones and stickers
Teresa Collins stickers and enamel dots
WRMK Gold Alphabets and Two Busy Moms Alpha Stickers
Heidi Swap Gold Mist

Thanks for popping by! ~ Tisha


  1. Such a fun layout, Tisha, love the stitching and gold ink splatters!

  2. Great layout! :) I love using old and new together, and LOVE how you've layered up so much goodness on here!!

  3. Awww, these photos are so sweet! Love the bits of stitching and mix of product. :)

  4. What an awesome layout and I love the darling pictures.

    Hugs Diane

  5. What a fun page! I like all our layering.

  6. I love that woodgrain paper too! :)

  7. Such a lovely layout.
    It is great when we use our older supplies isn't it :)
    I love your layering and the colours you used.
    Great layout

  8. Love all your layers and stitching!!

  9. Absolutely gorgeous! I love the layering and all the little details. Awesome job!

  10. Love this layout, really happy feel to it.

  11. Great layout, love how you put the banner on the left side, it adds such an interesting touch to your design!