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Baby Boy!! MME supplies

I have a new Grand baby Boy!!!
This is the first picture I have of him.  Don't worry-I'll get lots more when I visit them Christmas Day!!
 
I'm using the sketch at MME.  Find it here.
I was so inspired by Jules you tube video I did a partial casing of it (with her permission of course)
See hers HERE
 I started by mixing Salty Ocean distress stain with some Liquitex modeling paste. Used by Brick wall stencil.
Below I took some acrylic paint and splattered some (watered down), then used a tooth brush and flicked tiny spots.

 

 This is my name plate-I loved the way Jules did hers and had some cheesecloth myself, so I printed the details out on my computer and viola! Really cute detail.  The designer paper and chipboard embellishments are from MME "The Sweetest Thing".  Really perfect for this first picture of my new grandson!!
 Heres a closeup of the layered papers.
 Here's the finished layout! I LOVE IT!!!
 
Thanks Jules for the inspiration.  Thanks MME for the sketch!
I hope you are inspired to make yours!
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