Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Valentine's Giveaway and 7DOTS Domestic Goddess

I can't believe it's February already...but you know what that means...


And what would Valentine's Day be without hearts and love and 


However, in the true spirit of valentine's, I decided to create a LO of my darling daughter and use the gorgeous Domestic Goddess line with all the glorious reds and pinks.

I adore how this LO turned out. I'm not much of a red scrapper so I was really surprised at what ended up on the page. 

 Here is a closeup of my fussy cut pieces. I used the Raspberry pudding paper from the Domestic Goddess line and fussy cut some of the lace shapes. The clock is piece of Prima packaging and the bling is a piece of Prima cut into various sections.

For the cluster up in the corner I used a Tim Holtz layering stencil and a Kaisercraft script stamp over it. Layering the inking is one of my favorite techniques. The Chipboard piece is Dusty Attic and is covered with Art Anthology Dimensional velvet. This stuff is FANTASTIC!!! Kim carries all sorts of colors in the eP store! Just click on the link on the right side of my blog under "supplying your obsession".

For the large heart piece of DA chipboard I used the dimensional velvet again and then sprayed with Lindy's in Poinsetta red gold. I made it darker on the corner to more splattered here on the edge and then went over the bottom edge with distress ink. I love faded effects.

The flowers are Petaloo and were originally pink but I went over them with Silks glazes in Va Va Voom red to make this dark rich color. So much fun to customize my embellies.

And now I have a special Valentine treat for you. I have a Tim Holtz layering mask to give away to one lucky person.

All you have to do:
1. Become a follower of this blog (if you aren't already)
2. Like eP on Facebook or Pinterest
3. Leave a comment on my blog here

I will choose a winner via random generator on February 14th!

Good luck!


  1. Love the layout. All the texture is amazing as are the colors.

  2. Thanks for the chance to win! I just 'liked' them on FB. I love how you explain your layouts - I learn so much reading your post.