Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Eyecatching Eyelets

It's time to pull out your eyelet collection! Kick it old school and use a traditional eyelet setter or you use my hubby's personal favorite scrapbook invention - the Cropodile - and get your groove on! Our challenge this week at Practical Scrappers is all about the eyelet!

Eyelets can be fun or functional - for this layout, I did a little of both. My eyelets attach the clear acrylic elements to my layout (the heart for the center of the daisy flower, and to attach the letters Y-O-U, even if you can't see either one too well... click on the picture to enlarge and for a better view!)
I've also used an eyelet to attach the fabric tag to the picture.
This layout uses papers from Pink Paislee, My Mind's Eye, Studio Callico, and Bazzill; flowers from Prima; vintage-inspired element from Glitz Designs; chipboard from Cosmo Cricket; clear acrylic elements from Heidi Swapp & Close To My Heart; and glitzy spritz from Smooch Spritz. The tulle & eylets are from my stash, but the pin is Jenni Bowlin and the striped ribbon is from American Crafts.
Be sure to check out the other creative ways our amazing DT has used eyelets this week by clicking HERE.
Thanks so much for stopping by!!!

3 comments:

CraftyGirl said...

Jessica... love this LO!! The acrylic accents are too cool!!
Barb :)

Sasya said...

oh, i love your LO!! fabulous work! i also love the photo!! :)

Heidi Mattessich said...

Beautiful layout! Love the cluster of flowers, flourishes and the heart!