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Step x step with Jeni & a GIVEAWAY!

Well we are very pleased to bring you this fabulous step x step project which we think you will also love. If you’ve always wondered how Jeni creates all those gorgeous layers and intriguing details, well here’s you chance to learn with this truly eye-catching layout.

Here’s what Jeni had to say:

“I love mixing it up with different techniques using mixed media to alter the flowers and background to create a splash of colour. I had the idea that I wanted to show a mix of techniques with a variety flowers. So I’ve embossed, stamped, inked, glittered, used perfect pearls, Liquid pearls, gesso and made 3d ones. All are altered. Created the background using, a mask, mists, gesso and splatters of paint. I hope you like it.”

Products used: Blossoms – Airlie, Esperance, Byron & Avoca, Cutie Pies – Teal & Tangerine, Taneisha, Oak leaves – green, Enchanted – Sweet Dreams, Fairy Floss – mixed, Marguerite – blush, Magestic – Gemma, TSC – Cosy Christmas – Family Xmas.

INSTRUCTIONS:

Step 1. Begin with a selection of Manor House Flowers flowers to alter.

Step 2. Using a variety of techniques such as embossing, inking. Decorate flowers.

Step 3. Background was created misting a mask, paint splatters and gesso.

Step 4. Start by building up the background layers.

Step 5 & 5a.  I used a mix of flowers, sizes and colours.

Step 6. Altered flowers give the illusion of added texture and depth.

Step 7. Create 3d flowers by using smaller petals for centres.

Step 8. Add extra embellishment touches to create a finished layout.

 Jeni, we loved it! And because we loved it so much,we are having a:

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 ” Giveaway “

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 You can win 5 of the packs of flowers used in this layout IF you complete these 3 requirements:

1. Tell us HOW MANY MHC FLOWERS have been used on this layout? (Leave your answer in the comments).

2. ‘LIKE’ this step x step on Facebook.

3.  Leave a comment on this post about this step x step. 

GOOD LUCK!

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24 responses »

  1. OMG!!!! This is absolutly amazing! I love how you re made the flowers and the use of the papers. Gorgeuss!!! Thank you for the ideas!

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  2. It’s so adorable! I ♥ it! Thanks for giving me inspitation!
    I think its 39 flowers, and I like on Facebook! I’ll keep my fingers crossed.

    Hugs, Hilde

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  3. Thank you for showing us this! I love the ways the flowers are altered and seeing how it was layered. I am guessing 22.

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  4. What a stunning layout .. luv the different tech’s used on the flowers, the fussy cutting and the layering. Thanks for sharing :)
    I am guessing there are 33 flowers used on the layout :)

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  5. Jeni is such a fabulous designer..I love the way her lo’s tell a story..so dreamy!! I have no idea how many flowers are on there but I will say 18.

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  6. Jeni is an incredible artist – I just adore her fun style. My guess is that she used 24 gorgeous flowers – just so gorgeous with all the techniques. Thanks for the step by step (beautiful masking too!)

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  7. Love this beautiful page. There are so many flowers but so well organised.
    Love it!!! A great inspiration to me. Thank you
    I coutn 18 flowers by the way. But it’s a hard to count with the lovely double flowers.

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  8. Thanks ladies for your kind words.
    Hmmmm 5 packs of yummy Manorhouse goodies!
    Good luck to you all.
    Jenix

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  9. This is GORGEOUS and I think I counted 23 BEAUTIFUL flowers! Hard to say because they don’t even closely resemble how they started… love how she altered them!

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  10. I shared this lovely layout, step x step and great giveaway on my FB!!

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  11. what a gorgeous page and great step by step – I guess 37 MHC flowers

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  12. this is such a wonderful, detailed LO Jeni… thanks so much for sharing your fabulous, creative tips with us xx

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  13. Totally Amazing, Jen! I enjoyed every step you described! Thank you for sharing your talent with us! ~Gerry~

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  14. I am loving these layers and layers of flowers! What a beautiful layout. My guess would be 29
    Thanks for sharing

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  15. OMG!!! so pretty Jeni! I love your page!!! Tricky to guess this one because of the cut paper blooms you mixed in you clever girl lol!!….I’m guessing 20?

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  16. oh….and awesome step by step, LOVE IT! xx

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  17. wow i guess 40 piece of this amazing flowers are put togther this is so a amazing beautiful layout love it

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  18. Stephanie Dinnell

    This is an awesome step x step and is so gorgeous – TFS with us. I’ve liked this on Facebook and shared the link. I think there is about 23 flowers on here!

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  19. GORGEOUS!!! Love the mix of “real” flowers & cardstock stickers!! I counted 13 flowers!

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  20. JENI!!!! This is absolutely stunning! I LOVE it! How did you do the red swirly thing? And what are those little fern leaves? So much depth to this gorgeous page!!! I’m going to “like” it on FB, and see if I can count the blooms!!! LOL! But this really is striking!!!

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  21. Okay, I’m guessing 34 blooms!!! That’s counting the layers seperate! Going to FB now!!!

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  22. This step by step is really cool and helpful, sometimes I struggle with adding layers of flowers. This layout is just gorgeous and all the colours work so perfectly. I think there are 20 flowers used..
    Going to Facebook shortly…

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  23. I’m guessing 20, and I loved how she did the step by step photos, my computer is too slow for video. . Off to facebook! Love Penny Scrap-aholic@blogspot.com

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