It was really fun to work with the new My Mind's Eye Lost and Found collection. The papers and embellishments all sported lots of glitter, which I LOVE, and the palette of Madison Avenue was in one of my favorite color combos, pink and brown.
The photo I chose kind of blended into the page a little too much for my liking, so I grabbed a little pink paint and painted the bird and the vines so they would pop on the page a little more. The "cherish" piece was from the die-cut embellishment sheet, and again I painted the edge in brown to add a little more contrast. I am so very pleased with this layout. The photo does not do it justice, so you'll have to visit the store to see it in person.
One of the coolest things about this collection, in addition to the amazing glittery die-cuts, is that it comes with a coordinating set of acrylic stamps. The dress form and the banner on the second card are both stamped images; I just added a little sewing and a quilt pin to finish it off.
Love the banner. I added some jute and then placed the die-cut banner pieces over it with pop dots. The princess die-cut was a little big for this card, so I chopped it up and then glued it back together to make it the size I wanted. I also cut out the crown and outlined it with cinnamon stickles.
I'd love to see what you're doing with Madison Avenue.