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Portrait of a Lady Done 2 Ways - Card & Layout

Posted by Graphic 45 01/05/2018 16 Comment(s) Layouts,Cards,Tutorials,Videos,

Hello, G45ers!

 We are wrapping up this week with a pair of Portrait of a Lady projects featuring Brand Ambassadors Aneta Matuszewska and Nico Scrap. First, Aneta shares her sumptuous shabby chic card that also incorporates Baby 2 Bride - Deluxe Collector’s Edition. The depth created by all the layers she has added is truly impressive! Check out her YouTube video for full details. Next up, Nico shares his elegant Lady in the Flowers layout. Those fussy cut flowers look so vivid! Before we dive in, it is time to announce this week's blog prize winner. 

 

Our lucky winner is Janice Wycoff Adams, who commented on Facebook to say,  "Great projects!" Congratulations, Janice! Please email info@g45papers.com to claim your prize. 
 

 This week’s prize package included an Off to the Races 12x12 Paper Pad, a Patterns and Solids 12x12 Paper Pad, Chipboard, Die-cut Banners, Shabby Chic Clock Keys, Black Regular Tag Album, and Celebrate Die-cut Tags, a $75 value!


 

Hello Beautiful

Aneta Matuszewska

 

“Hello everybody,

 

I’m still in a shabby mood so my next inspiration is all about shabby.

And who can provide the best shabby collections if not Graphic 45?!
 

 

This project also has a video tutorial:
 

Shabby Chic Card Tutorial

 

Thank you so much for stopping by and have a “shabby” crafting day!

 

Xoxo” ~ Aneta

 

Graphic 45 Supplies:

Portrait of a Lady Ephemera Cards

Baby 2 Bride - Deluxe Collector's Edition

 

 

 

Lady in the Flowers

By Nico Scrap

 

“I do love roses and that’s why I love this collection. I love them because they look so realistic when you fussy cut them. I wanted to make something different this time, and that’s why I've made a layout with a girl sitting between the roses in a huge English garden in the summertime.” ~Nico Scrap

 

Graphic 45 Supplies:

 

Other Supplies:

  • Metal embellishments Scrapunlimited
  • Double-sided tape
  • Black splash 13arts


 

Portrait of a Lady Pinterest Board

 

What a wonderful double feature of projects by Aneta and  Nico. Thanks for being here to enjoy them and thanks to them for creating them! We'd love to hear about your favorite featured projects from the blog from 2017 in the comments below! We begin the highly anticipated winter 2018 sneak peaks next week so we hope to have you back here then. 

 

Happy Papercrafting!  

16 Comment(s)

Sharon Gullikson:
01/05/2018, 10:17:35 AM
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SO many great projects in 2017, but l favorite might be the fairy project the other day. I'm just guessing, because so many times I have thought THIS IS MY FAVORITE SO FAR!

Michele Lewis:
01/05/2018, 10:35:08 AM
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I have both these paper collections in my stash!!! They are truly elegant creations! I can't wait to get started!

Libeeti Frenkel:
01/05/2018, 10:39:11 AM
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Both projects are so beautiful! I really love the multi layers on the card and the fussy cutting. Thanks for the inspiraiton.

Janet Ladd:
01/05/2018, 12:46:50 PM
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I love these projects! Thanks for sharing all of your creative ideas!!

Cheryl Wells:
01/05/2018, 12:52:27 PM
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Gorgeous projects made with stunning papers!!

Martie Rollin:
01/05/2018, 01:22:19 PM
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I didn't have a favorite project, rather a favorite paper collection: Winter Wonderland! A refreshing collection that is appropriate for the entire winter seasion. LOVE all the nature images!

Carol Sanderson:
01/05/2018, 01:40:30 PM
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Are these paper packs still available. My dealer can’t get them.

Cheryl MIller:
01/05/2018, 02:20:01 PM
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I bought my first Graphic 45 papers with the Cityscape set.. and now I am obsessed! Love all the sets!

Holly Hatch:
01/05/2018, 02:46:29 PM
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The Portrait of a Lady project was very pretty. Love ALL your papers!

Michelle Nettleton:
01/05/2018, 03:42:50 PM
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A Portrait of a Lady is so beautiful! I adore this card!!!

Suzy Hilborn:
01/05/2018, 07:03:47 PM
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The 'Portrait of a Lady' card project looks almost edible. So creative!

Kim Persinger:
01/06/2018, 12:53:49 AM
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Lovely projects!

Suzy Q:
01/06/2018, 04:18:32 AM
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Oh my! So vintage, so shabby chic, so beautiful! Luv them both! Thank you ladies for the gorgeous ideas!!! Suzy Q

Pam Atkins:
01/06/2018, 11:54:48 AM
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Love the Portrait of a Lady Shabby Card, would love to know the name of the lattice window die used .

Barbara Johnson:
01/06/2018, 02:57:31 PM
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Portrait of a Lady is so beautiful. Thanks for all your good work!

Janet Ingraham:
01/08/2018, 12:46:36 AM
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Not too shabby--just right! Sorry had to say it. Absolutely gorgeous!!!

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