Tuesday, March 22, 2016

March 22, 2016

Everyday Goddess {Nani Ke Ola}


There is an old express train that runs from Grapevine, Texas to the Ft. Worth Stockyard.  So for my birthday one year hubby treated me to a day in the past.  It was magical.  But now my time here with you has come to an end.  I wish to thank Jennifer of Nani ke Ola and all the wonderful and talented team mates for a fantastic time.  It was an honor to work along side of them. 

 I used the Tea Time collection paper for the base of this layout and fussy cut elements from Marion Smith-Junque Gypsy-Shangri La. 
After spreading a very light coat of gesso I came back and spritzed the paper with teal and pink paints.  Next I used a stencil and modeling paste around the outskirts of the layout.

I used embossing powders on the clock and hands.
Flowers, cheese clothe, butterflies and pearls complete the project.

I hope you enjoyed what you have seen here today and that it lets your own creativity take flight. Thank you for stopping by and do check out the Nani Ke Ola store to see what is new and to stock up for the spring!
Supplies used:
Marion Smith-Junque Gypsy-Shangri La

Words & Paintery
The theme for this layout is from this month's challenge.



  1. Wow. Stunning page. Thank you for joining us at Words&Paintery

  2. Beautiful page! Love the clustered elements, the gorgeous flowers and beautiful romantic look!Thank you for joining Words & paintery this month!

  3. Love the texture and the layering. Thank you for joining Words & Paintery this month!