Guest Designer Suzanne!

Thursday, March 5, 2015

We are thrilled to introduce today's Guest Designer Suzanne!! She is one incredibly talented lady and has an extraordinary project to share with you! Be sure to check out all the details on this one! Wow!! I'm sure Suzanne would love it if you left her some blog love today! 



Hello everyone this is Suzanne from Cricutcraftinggrammyblogspot here today to share with you my project.  I am so thrilled to be invited by Barb Craft to be a guest designer at Frosted Designs.  I have followed Frosted Designs for a few years now and have always found the Design team,
 the tutorials and the challenges very inspirational.  
I hope you enjoy my project as much as I enjoyed creating it so I could share with you today.   I love Graphic 45, shabby chic and vintage items so love creating shadowbox and off the page projects.     
This shadowbox from K and Company is 12 x 12 so each square is 4 x 6.  
I bought it at Target last year on clearance.  
Paper collection is Graphic 45 Secret Garden 
Angel, bridge, and shutters are Prima 
Variety of mosses from a bag from Michaels 
Flowers and leaves Wild Orchid Crafts and Michaels  
Glimmer Mist Crushed Shells 
Prima and Tim Holtz Distress Inks 
Other embellishments, bud flowers, stones, tiny shoes, tiny tools and wood box from my stash.  
Yes I admit I collect goodies wherever I go.  
Little stones with words I found in miniature section you can find in craft stores.  
More info with closeup pictures  
Each page is like a little mini page but I also used items over in several squares to tie things together.  


Here is what the shadowbox looked like before I started.  

Graphic 45 papers cut into 4 x 6 rectangles and 3/4 inch strips for sides.
The edge is also has strips of paper glued to it at 1 inch strips.  I started at middle of bottom and overlapped so  pieces did not peel on corners.  
I then sprayed lightly with Glimmer Mist Spray Crushed Shells and used a brush  to mute the white edges and let it sit over night.  



Closeups of each rectangle


Left top corner 
Each center rectangle is inked with brown ink and pop dotted for dimension.  
The roses and leaves are fussy cut from a second piece, inked and pop dotted.  
Used a punch for tag and added Graphic 45 sticker. 
Cherish metal word and bird nest from Recollections (Michaels) 

Top center 
Fussy cut girl, fence and flowers.  Then inked pop dotted,  Added shutters to each edge. 
Metal charm from Recollections (Michaels)
Hug Snug Schiff seam binding colored with Glimmer Mist 

Top right
Fussy cut roses, added chipboard, Prima beads, Prima bird and corners.
The butterfly charm I found in my stash.  


Bottom left 
Fussy cut flowers and leaves and added paper flowers.  They had a touch of pink but I inked them with Prima ink to make them pop more.  
Tiny shoes I got at a Recycle store near me.  They have tons and tons of stuff you can rummage through and use for projects.  
Butterflies Martha Stewart punch double layered for dimension 
Charm from stash 


Center bottom. 
You can see the moss and roses overflowing from top center.  
Fussy cut and added more inked paper flowers, 
Added key from $1 section Michaesl and G45 Chipboard 
Bridge and angel from Prima.  
Fence from miniature section or wood section in craft stores goes across two rectangles.  


Bottom right 
 I fussy cut birds and cage and pop dotted.  Added inked paper flowers and leaves, 
Tools and box are miniatures I had in my stash.  
Chipboard G45 and metal word Love from Recollections.


I hope you enjoyed my Guest Designer project and it will inspire you to try an off the page project. 
Thank you again to Barb for having me.  Also I would love for you to  check out my work on my blog Cricutcraftingrammyblogspot or on facebook.  Happy craftin!




Suzanne Y. Pipitone

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21 Responses to “Guest Designer Suzanne! ”

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Wow wow wow!! This is gorgeous!! Absolutely STUNNING!!!!

Suzanne cricutcraftingrammyblogspot.com said...

Thanks Barb so much for having me as a guest designer at Frosted Designs. I am so honored.


Anjuli Johnson said...

Awesome! I love that chipboard bridge!

Rachelle Olaridge said...

Totally Stunning project Suzanne. I love the creativity used for each rectangle space. Gorgeous!!!!!

Rebecca Gagnon said...

So awesome, Suzanne! Beautiful work!

Cherished said...

Gorgeous Creation!

Barb Craft said...

Suzanne, your project is STUNNING!!! There are so many details in it!! Every time I look at it I see something new!! Thank you for joining our team today!!

Lori Apgar said...

Gorgeous Suzanne!!!! I love the papers and little fences! You have so many little details in each rectangle - love this!

Val Thorpe said...

Just beautiful Suzanne... so delicate ... Congratulations

MisS MiKO said...

absolutely fabulous job!!!

ElizabethR said...

Wow that is absolutely fantastic, just beautiful, Elizabeth xxx

Mandy Reedyk said...

Beautiful!! Love all the details!! :)

Raechelle Bellus said...

Congrats! :) This project is outstanding!!! I love all the detail work in each square- each time I looked I saw something new. Thanks for sharing this stunning project!

Vickie said...

AWESOME BEAUTIFUL GORGEOUS Just a FEW words to describe your projects. But you already know that I love EVERYTHING that you do.

Kathleen White said...

Suzanne, this is one of my favorite collections from G45. I simply adore the shadow box you created from it. Fabulous!!

Katy said...

GORGEOUS, Suzanne!!! So glad to have you guest designing for us!

Cathy van de Bruinhorst said...

Suzanne this is gorgeous!!! Love it!! Congrads girlie!!

Hugs,
Cathy
Let's Scrap Sketches

Christina Lampropoulou said...

Fabulous Suzanne! !!! So glad you guest gesigning for us at FD!!!!

A Little Bit of Detail said...

Suzanne, Your work is always gorgeous. And this is no exception. Absolutely Beautiful!!!

Annette Stapylton said...

Attention Design Team members.
You are invited to the 2015 World Wide Open Design Team Challenge.
Link:
http://2015worldwideopendesignteamchallenge.blogspot.com.au/

Beatrice Lawson said...

Suzanne, you rock. This is just wonderful and all sorts of amazing!! So prude of you my friend!! Hugs:-)