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Hello everyone! It's me, Irene here again. Today, I would like to share with you all the layout above that I've created with a little imagination of mine. In this layout, I've used two pieces from an  acrylic banner by Clear Scraps to create the wings for the photograph. Also take a look how I've used some other separate pieces to create the hand mirror.

Below are some close-ups on the wings,


I've stamped on each acrylic piece using a texture stamp and glue pad. Later, I've sprinkled some fine glitters over it. To highlight it's edges, I've dab some acrylic paint around it's edges.To further dress it up, I've applied some Stickles and pearls on it.

Try using a little imagination and make your layouts more interesting and fun!

Supplies used: Clear Products: Clear Scraps; Cardstock: Bazzill; Pattern Papers: Webster's Pages; Inks: Ranger Distress Ink, Tsukineko Staz On, Clearsnap Smooch; Stamps: Stamp Enjoy; Others: Ranger Stickles, Hampton Art Glue Pad, Martha Stewart glitters, Accent Creative Designs flowers and crystals, TA Glimmer Mist, fibers, Prima pearls and crystals, Pink Paislee Artisan Element, Creative Charms Vintage brads, Prima flowers; Adhesives: Zip Dry, Scor-Tape, Tombow and other adhesives. 




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Stacy Tucker

Love the layering!

Kelly Massman



Simply stunning, what a gorgeous layout! Thanks for sharing your inspiration!


This is one stunning and inspiring page. Love the colors and all the embellishments.


What an absolutely beautiful layout!!! Love the 'wings'!!! TFS

Auntie Ang


Diane Racey

The blog hop has been fun, and I really hope I can win the prize so that I can have an opportunity to try these products:-)

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