Papier Duty Call

Hey hey!! Every Tuesday at Papier Love's blog (LSS), I will be sharing tips & techniques or tutorials. So do check it out!

Since today is Tuesday, that means it's my turn to show you my-so-called version of "enhance technique". LOL!! A simple tutorial on how I created a layout only using two pieces of Webster's Pages patterned papers + very little embellies that were in my DT kit.

WP salon lesfleurs paper

WP romantique chic paper
and turned it into this...

It's pretty simple how you can enhance a base paper with just using another paper.
I will show you how...

Simple tutorial & some close-up shots:
All you need is to cut the WP Salon Lesfelurs images out and
rearrange the images onto the romantique chic paper that acted as my base.

Adding lace to give a romantic & subtle look!

Prima flowers and crystal swirls are perfect addition for a shabby-chic looking layouts!

Adding glitter to cut images always work for me. I love to enhance the details!

To enhance the chandelier I added some gold pearls.

To further enhance your layout, the next best "enhance" recipe is to create dimension.

Supplies list:
Webster Pages patterned papers
Prima Flowers
Prima Crystal Swirls & pearls
Ranger Stickles
Making Memories stickers

Hope you enjoy the simple "enhance" tutorial!

Xoxo Jessy

20 comments

Creative B Bee said...

Very beautiful lo!

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Very pretty, great tutorial too!

Lynnda Hosni said...

Thank you Jessy... the tutorial is indeed very useful... Your layout is totally beautiful... knock me out!!!... xx

liza yahya said...

wooo dats how to do it, luv everything about it, LO so romantik la

Helen Tilbury said...

Wow Jessy the page is beautiful & great tutorial. I have so much Webster's I didn't order any more this time lol...must cut into it & do something delicious with it like you!

aussiescrapper said...

Wow how clever, I love this, I totally thought this would be a hard layout to duplicate, thanks so much dear friend. Turned out gorgeous and the bling in the chandelier looks divine. Melxx

Evelin said...

Love this! oooh, you make it look so easy peasy again.... :) Am loving WP papers.... bought the 6x6 ones last month... did one LO with it but I feel so 'painful' to cut the paper! :P

Melenia said...

Hey, Teacher Jessy, this was one of the simplest and most useful tutorial I've ever read! A million thanks!!
Kisses from Greece

farah yasmin said...

lovely ideas

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Fryne said...

beautiful page Jess :)

mariam said...

pretty layout as always Jessy :) Thanks for sharing

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

WOwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww! This is AMAZING!! I loveeeeeeeeeeeeeee all the cutout work!! WOW BEAUTIFUL! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

BabyBokChoy said...

The colors are so bright and of course you two look so good together, fabulous! I also love your idea!

Lori said...

Very, very pretty and great tips...Thanks!

sharon Ong said...

I like how you make it all come together so easily and elegantly! Lovely!

Sandy Ang said...

You make creating fabulous LOs look so effortless !

Didee said...

Oh the colors on that page are stunning!!! Simply gorgeous xox

Blossom inch said...

I like your techniques it is just amazing, thanks for sharing.

Cindy Lee said...

I remembered this beauty! I'm so fortunate to be able to witness the step by step in live! Thanks for the tips!!!

Janetcraft said...

oo yummy..love the flowers 'planted' at the base..the rearranging flower is perfectly beautiful..and wonderful tutorial indeed!