The tiny woman and child figures in the frame are done with Martha Stewart border punch. It is on clearance at Michaels :) I added a row of Heidi Grace chipboard hearts, few stickers and Jenni Bowlin ticket. (I forgot to put the date before I took the picture. All fixed now)
Ella Publishing started a series of weekly articles about creating unique photo foundations for the pages. This week the focus was paint. That prompted me to do something I wanted to try long time ago - paint on top of the lace cardstock. I used dark blue die-cut paper from K&Company and painted a layer of white acrylic paint on top of it. On purpose I didn't make it perfect, letting the blue color to be seen under the layer of the paint. The pictures are of my mom holding my nephew Raviv.
Supplies: cardstock (The Paper Company), die-cut paper (K&Company), patterned paper (Heidi Grace), chipboard hearts, swirls and frame (Heidi grace), swirl sticker (K&Company), tags (Jenni Bowlin kit), chipboard letters (American Crafts), ticket (Jenni Bowlin), paint (Plaid), border punch (Martha Stewart), brads (unknown), distressed stickles