I inked a lot of the cuts on this layout, actually I inked all of the cuts on this layout..LOL
Here's a close up of the broken potter jars.. I think they came out really cute.. There's 4 of them in total scattered on the bottom row of this layout..EVERYTHING IS POP DOTTED.. The only things that are laid flat, are the pillar, photos and title.
I was trying to go for an Anciet Roman kind of feel.. How all the artifacts from thousands of years ago are still intact..which of course is where the title of the layout comes in.
Here I added a close up of the broken jars.. they were a lot of work, but I like em a lot.. :O)
Just another close up of the Pillar.. It is hidden away behind the flowers, but you can still see it peeking through..close up of of the flowers I added.. There is actually a Roman pillar behind those flowers that I inked as well..
Some more pottery and some of the brick work.. I wanted it to look really old with cracks in them..LOL
I'm sorry this photo is a bit blurry, I tried a million times to take a better one, but this is actually the best one out of the bunch..sorry...
- Cricut cart: George and Basic Shapes (Pillar, bricks)
- Cricut cart: Storybook (title and corner cut)
- Cricut cart: A Childs Year (leaves)
- Cricut cart: Paper Doll Dress Up ( Pottery)
- Papers: Prima Marketing "Whisper collection"
- Cardstock: Light Orange for the backing, light yellow for brick work, White for the Pillar, Olive green for leaves and bright orange/red for pottery
- Tim Holtz distress ink: Walnut stain(brown) and Shabby shutters(green)
- Ink: orange (brick work)
- Marker: cracks in brick work
- Yellow flowers by YouDo
- Prima forever flowers grape hydrangeas
- light purple eyelets
- Prima holiday lights "spray pearl"
- Golden shaffon ribbon
- 1 gold brad