Wednesday, 14 May 2014

May inspiration with Pascale

Hello Sweeties, 

It's my turn to share with you some layouts I made with Green Tara beauties.

"La Tour de la Lanterne"

The Tour de la Lanterne (XVe),situated at La Rochelle, 
is the last medieval lighthouse of the Atlantic Coast.

I wanted to color the flowers with the same orange
than the moss we can see on the front of the photo. 
So I choose a yellow Heirloom
 and I used diluted Silk paint in Ginger Peach and Harvest Sol to color it.

I colored the flower spray and the Calla Lillies with Twinkling H2O.

And I used the same Silk paints to color the Diamante flower.

Green Tara Products used :
Heirloom 6,5 cm - Yellow
Flower spray - Gold
Calla Lillies - Cerise
Silk Diamante Flowers - White

" Le Jardin bleu d'Absolem "

"Le Jardin bleu d'Absolem" - The blue garden of Absolem - 
is one of the ephemeral garden of Chaumont-sur-Loire Castle. 
Do you know who Absolem is ? 
Well he is the caterpillar in "Alice in Wonderland" ...

I made three clusters of flowers. It helps to focus the attention on the photo. 
In the clusters around the photo, I used a Blue Wild Rose
the color is a perfect match with the butterflies one. 

The white/aubergine Apple Blossom 
and the lavender Roses match the color of the carpets.

Green Tara products used:
Wild Rose - Blue
Apple Blossom - Aubergine/White
Roses 2cm - Lavender


" Red Berries " 

The colors of the photo are really contrast, so I went on the same idea to realize my layout:
bright green, red and black.

The Olive Xmas Vine were perfect to add the same kind of brightness to the embellishments. 
I cut the branch in small pieces in order to slip them under the flowers. 
The small green berries reminded the berries of the photo. 

I added a piece of Bud n Bow ribbon under the Black Lace Pearl and the Red Heirloom.
I like the fact that the Heirloom came in two sizes.

Green Tara Products used:
Heirloom 6,5 cm - Red 
Heirloom 4 cm - Red 
Lace Pearl - Black 
XMas Vine 19 cm - Olive 
Ribbon Bud n Bow 16 mm - Olive

1 comment:

  1. Really beautiful post Pascale. All are totally stunning. Cheers Di