Here is a layout for you today with Tailgate Marked. I have also used my favourite chipboard swirl from Wycinanka and a variety of white ink-it flowers, only I chose not to ink them but to keep them white and add some mica flakes.
Here's a close-up of the flowers and the chipboard, which I have painted with distress paint in the shade "Pumice Stone", which is such a great match to the Tailgate collection.
Here is the second layout from my Austria travel album. The layout is an 8X8' one, and lucky for me, the Tailgate collection has one paper in it that is of a somewhat different color scheme than the others. It has got purple in it, which made it a perfect match for the photos from the castle wall of Lamberg castle in Steyr. I think the first week of april was early even for the lilacs of Austria, but in the sun just by the castle wall they blossomed, filling the air with their scent.
I have decorated this layout with pink cherry blossoms, tiny little roses and then I've added some mica flakes for a sparkling effect. The little cut out from the Tailgate cut-out sheet says "what a day", and it surely was a perfect day with old and new friends discovering a beautiful town.
Even the little chipboard birdies got some sparkle. Aren't they cute?
I live on the countryside near the coast, and there are so many pretty places just around the corner. Here's one just by the sea, and with the coastal feel of Tailgate I'm sure glad I have a bunch of photos like this snapped on my many walks in the neighbourhood.
The netting is a piece of rustic jute ribbon, from which I have pulled a few strands, just to make it look more like a piece of fishing net. I really love how it turned out!