Lots of Layers for Spring

Hello!  Today I'm up at
with a focus on Layering with the Twirly Girl Collection.
 I love, love, love layers...the more the better...so this challenge was right up my alley.

I took the Rosy Posy paper and cut out the same flower three times for each cluster:
Leave one of the flowers as is; cut the next layer by removing the outer edge.  
The very top layer will be the inner-most part of the flower.  Place foam adhesive between the layers.

Continue with the remaining flowers, creating as many as you'd like.

From a piece of 6X12 mat board, I cut this scallop design with a die from Sizzix. 
 I cut the Birthday Girl paper using the same die.  Now for the layering!  I cut a piece of the 
 Paper Posies paper down to 5" X 9" and machine stitched it to the center of the base paper.

The die cut that I used also came with a cute set of scrolled pieces; I cut those from the mat board,
 as well as different patterned papers.  

I used the sticker letters to form a 'spring' banner and then sprinkled on a few of the colorful brads throughout the design.  In finishing, I adhered the piece to the mat board and then strung through some ribbon for the hanger.

Twirly Girl Products: Rosy Posy Paper TG14OS01; Birthday Girl Paper TG14OS02; Party Dress Paper TG14OS06; Alpha Stickers TG14EB01; Brads TG14EB06

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