Dramione!! I love Dramione! Sure I claim that Ron/Hermione are my OTP, but I just can’t help loving the potential forbidden love between the two. Given the chance, Draco and Hermione make the best star-crossed lovers in the Harry Potter series.
I used Scrapbooks Etc‘s Sketch 393. The photo is actually a manip by the talented, Diamond Tears.
– (item #842253) 12×12 patterned paper
– (item #891510) chair piece
– (item #552534) floral embellishments
– (item #891053) chalk ink: Raspberry Pie
– (item #545826) chipboard journaling stickers
- Fancy Pants
– patterned papers
- Jennifer Ellory
– patterned papers
- Home Living
– (item #31687) cotton twine
- Pretty Color
– (item #37) brown chalk ink
- American Crafts
– (item #53162) chipboard alphabets
- Studio Calico
– (item #AL002) cardstock sticker alphabets
– (item #88/44) yellow pen
– (item #88/50) maroon pen
- Crafty Secrets
– (item #SL42) clear art stamp
- Making Memories
– (item #23541) brads
- Tim Holtz
– (item #TH92788) foliage
– (item #63-00000) Pastels Blending Chalk Pack
– (item #VS-154) chalk ink: Bark
Metal leaves by Tim Holtz, and since they’re fastened with a brad, it’s capable of swinging left and right. 😛
My Prima flower arrangement. I contemplated using an aqua-coloured piece for the last layer, but eventually ended up with black. The patterned papers however were all acquired from those many PaperCrafts magazines I got. One was by Fancy Pants Designs, the other by Jenny Ellory.
As always, my attempt in writing cursive are always futile. The only cursive writing class I’d ever attended was during Primary One, when I was just 7 years old. So I guess… yeah. And oh! For those who can’t figure, ‘DM’ stands for Draco Malfoy’s initials. Like duh!
Hahahaha!! Yup, a chair being tied up with cotton twine. Well, I wanted it to appear symbolic with regards to the two characters, but… I don’t know. I guess, Dramione fans who’ve read a lot of fanfictions might have an idea of what I’m trying to represent there.
Really do not like this part of the whole page. I can never make good use of these paper alphabets by Studio Calico. Even after giving it a back chalking and marker outline, it still looks dull. But oh well, what’s done is done.