The photo I took at a local regional park - Fagan Park. It has the most glorious garden displays. I could spend days out there just admiring all the lovely gardens and beautiful flowers.
You may notice the paper I have used is from the Bohemian Designer Series Paper pack. But mine looks a lot less dark. That is because I have used the super cool whitewash technique on it that Bonnie Thurley showed us at the Inspire Create Share event earlier in the year. I have a feeling that this technique will be used quite a lot in the future. I have many many non Stampin' Up! papers in my scrapping stash that I keep going past because they are a bit bright and or bold for my liking. But now I have a wonderfully easy technique to change them and therefore use them.
These wisteria wonder flowers on this layout have been made by scrunching up wet round disks of card stock that have been held together with a brad in the middle. Then they are dried with the heat tool and they miraculously keep there shape. So easy to make.
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