Hi there everyone, today is my turn to share over on the Snip Art blog and today is also my wedding anniversary so I thought it would be nice to create a project using a photo of my husband and I on our wedding day 12 years ago.
On the canvas I used Art Alchemy Waxes over black gesso. The flowers are a mixture of 49 and Market and Prima. I used a gold paint to brush the petals.
I cut up 2 pieces of the Wall #2 chipboard and covered with wax in gold and matte white. The Half Round Shutters chipboard I painted with a navy acrylic paint and also used waxes.
On the Ivy I lightly covered with a gold acrylic paint to help tie in with the gold on the flowers. Snip Art Products Used
Hello there my lovelies, I am back to share my newest project with you all for Snip Art. I thought I would mix it up a little this week and create my first ever Snip Art layout using the new Jolly Roger collection.
For this layout I used 7 Dots Studio Destination Unknown collection. I painted the chipboard with black gesso and then used Art Alchemy Waxes in Bronze Age, White Gold, Brass Age and Old Silver.
On the background I used Tropical Adventure Anchor stencil with Distress Oxide Ink – Walnut Stain and used small cuts from Background – Ornament….I keep these pieces raw.
Hi Everyone I am back to share my latest Snip Art project using their MDF long heart base.
I used their stencil on the background and then adhered the open square background chipboard.
I used Prima moulds, Mitform cogs and other metals along with Snip Art’s Open Clock, Butterfly wings and MDF keys for my composition. I used Finnabair’s waxes to cover the whole piece and finished with splattering white gesso.
Hi Everyone, today I wanted to quickly pop in to share an album I created using 3Quarter Designs newest collection – Victorian Rose.
The album I used, I bought from Kmart and removed most of pages to allow room for the chipboard. I used the paper pack for the album and used some inks and waxes on the chipboard pieces. Below is a quick flip through of the album to show you all the pages.
Head on over to my facebook page (Scrapalicious) to see the flip through video I created for this album.
I hope you are staying safe and I will be back again with another project soon xx
It’s my turn on the Snip Art blog today and I decided to alter a notebook I bought from Kmart a while back. I love altering notebooks, I am definitely in my happy place when I am creating them. I just love how it turned out, very vintage/antique.
I used tissue paper on the base of the notebook and used a mixture of moulds and Snip Art chipboard. I used Finnabair’s Impasto paints in Dark Chocolate, Burlap and Linen along with white gesso and Black Ink Liquid Acrylic for some shadowing.
Hi Everyone, can you believe it’s August already?!!! Well it’s that time again for 3Quarter Designs new release and this collection is just stunning!!!
I had so much creating this layout and I have had this photo of Oliver in my stash for 5 years just waiting for the right scrapbooking papers to use. And wouldn’t you believe it, finally I got to scrap this photo.
I used a mixture of chipboard, patterned 12×12 papers, photo mats and element sheets to create this layout. I also used some Lindy’s Stamp Gang Magicals for the background along with some snowflake stenciling. I even used some pearls and rhinestones!!
Thanks for dropping by and I will be back again soon with another project
Hello there my lovelies, I am super excited to be sharing my first project for Mitform Castings. At the start of the month I was asked to be apart of their new program called Mitform Toolbox. So for the next 3 months you will a new project from using theirs metal castings.
For this project I also have a process video which is below.
I have listed all the products I have used throughout the video, I hope you enjoy and thank you for dropping in xx
Hi there everyone, today is my turn on the Snip Art blog and I created the below art journal page using their Up in the Air collection. The is also a process video at the end of the blog if you would like to see the process.
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I hope you enjoyed my video and blog post, take care xx