Monday, 26 January 2015

January Prima BAP - My Heart and Soul

Hi there!

Had a wonderfully relaxed weekend and whaddya know - Mr Mojo 
knocked on the door and didn't leave me. 

The result is a take on the January Prima BAP.
I have called it "My Heart and Soul".

First Jennifer Snyder's gorgeous sketch.


I flipped it 90degrees to the right like this

And this is the result;

The papers are from botton up; Stationer's Desk (black),
 Script 12x12 pad (brown) and Divine (teal).

All flowers and embellies are from my stash of loose 
products without packaging.

A large resin frame was cracked into pieces and
doused in Color Bloom Spray in Antique Gold before
dabbed in Ingvild Bolme Chalk Edger in Knotted Wood 
and Rusty Keys.

A sprinkling of delicious gold glitter and Glass Beads in Plum

Fussy cutting from left over scraps of paper, cannot 
remember which collection but I do know its by
Frank Garcia.

 Matting in papers from the Cigarr Box Secret collection.

 And there she is, My Heart and Soul.

Thank you ever so much for popping by for a peek!

Till next time, take care!

xoxo Eila


  1. Oh la la, this is just stunning! The mix of blue and brown looks just amazing and I also love the beads, die-cuts and other intricate details that you added.

  2. A gorgeous layout of a beautiful photograph. What a wonderful class this would be next time you are on Prima live!!

  3. Well perhaps when you have finished with Mr Mojo you could send him or a relative my way :/ I got nothing Eila :( BUT I do love this layout and cracking the frame is a stunning idea. LOVE the little beads. So much detail. A beautiful layout. You ALWAYS inspire me <3

  4. This is stunning! Really beautiful, love the colors and all the flowers! Very elegant too!

  5. So lovely! The colours you chose are perfect!

  6. So glad Mr Mojo came a'knocking Eila and what a stunning page you created. Inspired work to crack the frame into pieces and I love the scattered beads and the rows of stamped hearts. I've been out of action and away for a month and have no drive at all. Thanks for this gorgeous inspiration :D

  7. Oh he sure did knock at your door! This is stunning. I love all the wonderful little details and cluster work.