Doily Challenge at The (Paper) Trail Makers

Doilies are everywhere. It is not a new trend, but they came to the scrapbook world to stay just as polka dots or stripes patterns. They are used frequently in papercrafting projects since in addition to inexpensive, they are very versatile. 

For this challenge, you need to create a scrapbook layout, card or project with at least one doily. Doilies can be from patterned paper, fabric, stamps, crochet, chipboard, cardstock embellishments. But at least, we want to see one doily on your project. This should be easy!
I used the Fancy Pants Designs; Little Sprout collection. The big doilies are made from laser cut chipboard by Dusty Attic. They were inked with "Old rose" pigment brush ink pad. They were embellished with self adhesive white pearls from Kaisercraft. 

The beautiful fabric roses are from May 2011 It's all the little things'. Sketch is sketch #154 from Creative Scrappers (it could not be easier - sketch has doilies too! LOL!:).

Here some close-ups:
The pink button is from Crate paper and it was included in April Monthly kit featuring Crate Paper Neighborhood.

The center of the punched butterflies were created with Ranger Liquid Pearls platinum which is available at the Leave a Paper Trail store.
This is a view from the beautiful white rose included in the May Monthly kit from Leave a Paper Trail
Even the rose cardstock used as a base for the photos's patterned paper mat was punched with a doily border punch.

Now, it is your turn! 
Enter your project before May 31 at The (Paper) Trail Makers Challenge Blog for your chance at winning a fabulous prize.

Looking forward to see what you create with doilies!



Kelly Massman said...

Oh, how pretty!

Lea said...

Love the overall arrangement of the pictures and the block of paper in the corner! And super cute embellies!!!

Alia said...

Neat design Yara!

Nadhrah Maidin said...

Yara! Awesome layout! Doilies is just so pretty to look at. I love how u plan ur page. Nice dear

Theresa said...

this is beautiful Yara. love the doilies and how you colored them. lots of great embellies. =)


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