Tuesday, February 11, 2014

More Than Love With Tresors De Luxe~

Today, I am kicking off my first Tresors De Luxe reveal for February with a super romantic, Vintage look canvas and lace mini album. 

I covered the whole outside of the mini album which was canvas over chipboard, with the following Tresors Laces:

Lace Trim Venice Floral Pattern Lace LA-177Ivory Italian Embroidered Lace LA-162

For the cover, I layered on a torn and inked scrap of script paper, inked up corrugated board a piece of sheer fabric, a Prima resin frame with a romantic couple, Vintage image in it. Next I took some muslin fabric frayed and inked the edges, added cheesecloth, then layered on a Tresors:

I then tucked in some pearl head pins, and also tucked some into the ribbon at the top, tore out an Edgar Allen Poe Quote from some paper "We loved with a love that was more than love", inked it up and then topped it all off with a Champagne Dreams Butterfly from my Reneabouquets Etsy Shop.

I covered the binding side with some Tresors:

White With Off White Threading Venice Lace LA-046

Here you can see how "chunky" my album is and the gorgeous effect of all the inside lace detail.

Here is the back.
I used the same 

White With Off White Threading Venice Lace LA-046

to create a velcro closure that holds the whole album closed.

Here you can see that 

Large Rhinestone and Pearl Brooch RH-014

up close~just gorgeous!!

Here are the first 2 inside pages.

The 1st page has distressed and inked script paper, topped with

Ivory Lace Trim LA-004

and edged with

Lace Trim in Ivory LA-056

 I then added a Maya Road Library  Card that I inked and stamped with a Tattered Memories Tea Pot Stamp, a Prima fabric flower, some butttons and a hand dyed seam binding bow.

Tag Pull Out.

The 2nd page is a canvas page topped with the Tresors:

Lace Trim Venice Floral Pattern Lace LA-177

A sweet little cherub dictionary page, feathers and a Prima nest. The corner piece is a piece that I hand crafted out of paper clay then inked up.

This is the 2nd set of pages.

This is the backside of the canvas page topped with more Tresors:

Lace Trim Venice Floral Pattern Lace LA-177

another cherub, dictionary piece and a Tresors:

Rustic Chocolate Shabby Chic Flower Embellishment FL-101

This page has a lace pocket created from Tresors:

Lace Trim LA-102

with some sweet little tag tuck ins, and a large mulberry paper flower.

Tags Untucked.

This is the 3rd set of pages.

The 5th page is covered with Prima Flower Packaging and Tresors:

Lace Trim LA-102

I then topped it with an inked up piece of torn edge corrugated board wrapped in Tresors:

Ivory Italian Embroidered Lace LA-163

and accented with a Tresors:

Pearl Centered Ivory Organza Flower FL-006

The 6th page is another canvas page covered in Tresors:

Lace Trim Venice Floral Pattern Lace LA-177

accented with some dictionary paper, and some cheesecloth topped by  a Prima flower. The metal clip is a 7Gypsies clip.

And this is the 4th and final set of pages

The backside of the canvas page covered in Tresors:

Lace Trim Venice Floral Pattern Lace LA-177

more of the dictionary page, and another piece of cheesecloth topped with a Prima Flower.

The last page is an opposite to the 1st page using the same materials.

Tag Pull Out.

Thank you for stopping by and I hope that my project has added a little Vintage Romance into your day!!
If you would like to add that Tresors Romantic Touch to some of your projects, I have provided a supply list below that will take you directly to the items I used in the store, and if you make a purchase, please be sure to mention my name in the "Comments" section of your order checkout and Lucy will be glad to include a sweet "gift" in with your order! Hugs ~Renea



Papercrafting Princess said...

Oh My Goodness......drooling!!

Anonymous said...

I know it must have been a lot of work,
but Renea, the outcome is amazing!
So perfectly vintage shabby-chic~
Oh,...it's just YOU! I hope you keep this one
for yourself! LOL~ Karen

June said...

Wow, this is a fabulous book. I love all of your posts.