Thursday, July 10, 2014

Authentique Paper & Pretty Pink Posh- A "Pretty" Combination!


This week we are showcasing projects created with our newest collections along with products from Pretty Pink Posh! Join us every day this week for inspiration projects from our fabulous design team!

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Shellye McDaniel

I had a lot of fun pairing up 
PRETTY PINK POSH'S
Pink Peonies, Fresh Mint and Onyx Sequins
with the "Classique: Pretty" Collection!

For both of my cards I chose to use the Authentic Life Cards
as my starting points:
For this card, I drew a large S onto the card and then stitched on the 
Pink Peonies sequins with a needle and thread.  I love to hand-sew, so this little project was very soothing for me.  You can also add the little seed beads to the centers of the sequins while stitching.

I layered two of the stickers together from the Details Sticker Sheet and added 'girl' using the letters from the same sticker sheet.  Two black flowers from Petaloo and this card is done!

When working with something like sequins, I look for an area that can easily be highlighted with them.  On this journal card, I followed the lacy border design.  I adhered the Fresh Mint and Onyx Sequins with a micro adhesive dot and then added a small adhesive pearl to the center of each.

Finally, I layered the three stickers together with foam adhesive and added a lace bow at the top.
A stick pin by Maya Road completes the card.

I love making pretty, feminine cards...they're even more fun to dress up with sequins and pearls!
Enjoy this week's inspiration with Pretty Pink Posh!
Authentique Products- Classique Pretty Collection: 6X6 Paper Bundle; Details Cardstock Stickers; Authentic Life Cards; Tartan 12X12 Paper
Pretty Pink Posh: Pink Peonies Sequins, Onyx Sequins, Fresh Mint Sequins

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Keely Livings

Hello, friends!  Today I'm sharing my latest project with Authentique's "Classique: Pretty" collection and Pretty Pink Posh sequins. 

I found this beautiful ornate frame at a local store.  It's actually plastic and was painted a dark yellow so I spray painted it this lovely teal.

I used one of my favorite Julie Nutting doll stamps to piece together this little beauty.  I highlighted her skin and hair with Copic markers. I added Pretty Pink Posh pink peonies sequins to her dress and shoes.


The tags and Life cards in this collection are so fabulous.  I love the great sayings that just make you smile.  I added these fun tags attached with twine and lovely onyx Pretty Pink Posh sequins.


I framed one of my favorite Life Cards, "Happy Girls are the Prettiest" with striped patterned paper and collection stickers.  I added marshmellow Pretty Pink Posh sequins to the framed art.  Finally, I created this pretty paper bow to finish my project.  This was such a fun project to create!

Try creating a piece of Fancy Framed Art for your home.

Supplies:
Authentique Paper: Classique: Pretty
Pretty Pink Posh sequins: Marshmallow, Pink Peonies, Onyx
Julie Nutting doll stamp
Copic markers
Photo frame
Valspar paint "Exotic Sea"

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Be sure to check back every day this week for more project inspiration! We have an Authentique Prize Pack to give away to one of our lucky commenters (please leave unique comments!) 

Also, make sure you stop and visit us as well as our friends over at Pretty Pink Posh on Facebook and tell them Authentique Paper sent you!
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24 comments:

  1. Your work is just gorgeous! I especially love the card with the S made of sequins.

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  2. I love all of the pinks in shellye's projects. the different way the sequins were used in so pretty. The frame turned out beautiful - great to be able to re-cycle something. thanks for sharing

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  3. Stunning projects, love the creative use of the sequins forming the S and the frame colors are just gorgeous, so beautifully crafted!

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  4. These are all wonderful. Such great accents & textures on each project.

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  5. Very unusual projects! I love to see creations that are not like everyone else makes. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. So enjoyed these
    creations! Lovely
    work and the
    frame looks great!
    Carla from Utah

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  7. Such darling projects! I simply love those papers!

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  8. Great altered project!!! very awesome!! Great colors.

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  9. Loved these beautiful projects.....esp the gorgeous cards!! Great idea to hand-sew the sequins and beads on!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  10. So cute! Wonderful inspiration!

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  11. Awesome projects by Shellye and Keely! Love the journal card with the sequins along the lacy border design, and awesome colors on the frame!

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  12. I like the use of sequins on all of these--esp the letter S on the first one.

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  13. What beautiful projects! I love the colors and layering.

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  14. Wow, Those projects are wonderful! I love the use of the sequins. So pretty.
    Thanks for the inspiration.
    -Cher

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  15. LOVE the idea for the sequin letter!

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  16. Oh my goodness, you ladies are putting out some fabulous projects! What a great idea to draw the lettering before stitching. Why haven't I thought of that??!!

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  17. Oh my gosh, these are so pretty and girlie and loven' that Julie Nutting doll on the frame!! Just so enjoying this blog's inspiration!

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  18. I haven't seen stitched sequins like this, awesome idea.

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  19. Love the fun projects which sparkle with creativity.

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  20. I think these projects are so sweet and feminine!

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  21. Oooo I love that pink S in sequins! Brilliant!! The card with the pearl centered sequins is so fabulous too and oh my gosh, that altered frame is to die for!!! I LOVE the painted teal on this cool antiquey looking frame!! The images and sentiments remind me to celebrate the beauty of being a strong, secure woman and these wonderful creations are overflowing with "girl power"! Thanks so much for sharing them!!

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  22. I would never have the patience to sew these pretty tiny sequins but boy, I love the look!

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