Wednesday, 18 January 2012

CSI Case Study #2

Here is our scene from CSI this week... such bright fresh colours!

and my layout... which I have to admit having fun with.  Not my usual colours, but that's the point of the challenge... to push, to grow!   I love the happiness these colours portrayed.

and some yummy details...

a sheer butterfly from Kay's Kreative flittering around the flowers...

Dusty Attic gates and fence... simply treated with white paint, Tim Holtz Stains and Fairy Dust Glitter

Green Tara Flowers, Kaiser Resin, Prima Resin Birdhouse and yummy hand made flowers using Donna Salazar Spring in Bloom PP and Donna Salazar's Rose Creations Die


 another flittering butterfly... and a yummy hand crocheted doily from Michelle.

Products used:
Dusty Attic Wrought Iron Fence Border
Dusty Attic Ornate Gates, Mini
Green Tara 6.5cm Aster Batik - Sunset FDS029BatSS4
Greet  Tara 4cm Aster Batik - Sunset FDS026BatSS4
Green Tara 2cm Roses - White FDR006Wh
Green Tara 1cm Roses - White FDR001Wh
GCD Studios Donna Salazar Spring in Bloom 8x8 Paper Pad

White Cardstock
Prima Flower
Stencil from Rouge de Garance Diecut PP
Rouge de Garance PP
Bo Bunny Diecuts
AC Thickers
Kaiser Transparent Diecuts
Maya Road Trim
Hand Crocheted Doily
Tim Holtz Tissue Tape
DMC Thread

Mediums used:

Clearsnap Donna Salazar Fairy Dust Glitter - Mixed Berries
Clearsnap Glue Gloss
Jo Sonya Acrylic Paint - Titanium White
Tim Holtz Stains
Tattered Angels Glimmermist - Mallard, Sky Blue

Tools used:
Spellbinders Donna Salazar Rose Creations Die
Martha Stewart Punch - Cherish

Thanks for visiting, take care and


  1. WOW!!! Mistra, this layout is absolutely stunning!!! I think that it is my favourite layout of yours so far. So many yummy details!!

  2. I saw this over at CSI for Case #2...loved it! You said these are not your 'usual colors' but you could've fooled me! I think this page came out lovely. Nice & bright & happy! You also made me smile with your reference to the butterflies 'flittering' around the flowers! Loved that expression! :-)