It's filled with spring colors and some gorgeous gold mirror cardstock. Seriously, I'm not sure I can get enough of that stuff.
This is the main die set I chose to use and it was such fun to play with.
Each section was built with chipboard, patterned paper and a lot of layers!
The "frames" were cut out, then built up with chipboard and copies of vintage images. While playing around with the pieces I thought the center of the die looked like an egg when it was upside down so I tucked some little chicks into it!
At the corners of the frames, I chose to leave in the pieces that would normally have been pulled out to give the whole thing more detail.
To fill the space between the layers I tucked in some gold chenille stem.
The top border was built up with layers of gold mirror cardstock layered on top of watercolor paper. It ended up being really sturdy.
Of course the back of your project should always be finished... trusty sheet music to the ready!
The whole thing was tied together with crinkled seam binding.
Spring is just around the corner!