Hello there my lovelies!!! Today I am sharing with you all a mixed media layout I created for Sassy Scrappers using some more fabulous products from 13 Arts. There is a process video at the end of the blog if you would like to see me in action.
Earlier this year I taught on a scrapbooking cruise and took this selfie of the girls working hard in one of my classes. As some of you know I have 3 boys which means I use a lot of blues in my scrapbooking. So I was super excited to be able to create a page that was just for the girls!!! So let me give you a quick run through on how I created this layout. I started by building my photo mount using 13 Arts Fly Away pp – Days and Nights. I used both sides of the pp and also used the A4 sticker sheet for the title and the small doilies.
To build my background I used gel medium to seal my paper and then applied 13arts Ayeeda Mist Pastel Green with a paint brush and water. Once dry I then used 13arts Ayeeda Mist Pastel Pink using the dabbing effect and splattered the page using both mists.
Then I stamped the background using Kaisercraft Diamond stamp and Ranger Emboss It Dabber (Versamark pad is fine to use also) and then heat embossed with Lindy’s Stamp Gang Embossing Powder Guten Tag Teal.
Before adhering my photo cluster, I painted the edges of the cluster and the doilies with 13arts Ayeeda Mist Pastel Pink and mounted the cluster using some scrap chipboard pieces.
The butterflies I fussy cut from 13arts Fly Away pp – Days and Night and I only adhered the center of the butterflies so I could add dimension by bending the wings. Then to finish off the layout I used a Dymo Label machine to add the date.
Thanks for dropping and I can’t wait to share with you all my next project
Hello Lovelies!! Today it’s my turn to share a mixed media layout over on the Sassy Scrappers Blog. I have linked all the products I have used to the Sassy Scrappers Store throughout the blog for your convenience.
So let me show you how I created this quick and easy scrapbooking layout.
I started off by applying a very thin coat of gel medium to my white cardstock and dried using my heat gun. I then applied Prima Color Philosophy Dye Ink – Apricot
by swiping the ink pad directly onto my cardstock. I then sprayed a little amount of water to let the ink move around until I was happy.
Next I stamped Prima Color Philosophy Dye Ink – Foggy Nights
onto my craft mat and added some water. Using a paint brush I applied the ink to my layout. So that nothing was wasted, I used the left over ink to splatter onto my layout.
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Happy Thursday All!! And today I am sharing with you an art journal page I created for Sassy Scrappers (click here for full process steps over on the Sassy Blog)
The stencil I used is by The Crafter’s Workshop – Mini Harlequin along with Ranger Texture Paste.
I used 13arts Ayeeda Mists – Pearl Turquoise Light, Chalk Indigo, Chalk Ultramarine and Chalk Turquoise which you can find over on the Sassy Scrappers online store.
Other materials I used are Art Basics 3D Gloss Gel, Dylusions Black Marble and White Linen spray, cheesecloth, Black Uni Posca Pen
The butterfly is a free printable I got from Pinterest (click here for the link)
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Hello and happy Thursday everyone!!!
Today I am sharing with you all my very first mixed media tag I created for Sassy Scrappers. I had so much fun creating this tag and can’t wait to create some more!! There is a process video at the bottom of the blog if you would like to see how I created the tag.
After adhering my stamped bird, I then stamped “Fly High” which is from the same stamp set and added some splattering using Dylusions White Linen Spray
And there you have it….. a mixed media tag!!! I hope I have inspired you to create something special.
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Hello and happy Thursday everyone!!! Today I am sharing an art journal page I created for Sassy Scrappers using Lindy’s Stamp Gang Magical Shakers and Dylusions Paints. Make sure you check out the video at the end of the blog!!
When I started my page, I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do but after using the magical shakers for my background I decided to do an under water theme….. I’m not much of an artist when it comes to drawing and this was my first time drawing a mermaid (will definitely need to to practice some more lol) she isn’t perfect but I wanted to show some different techniques when using the shakers.
I then drew my mermaid onto some watercolour paper and used the above magical shakers plus Bratwust Brown and Oom Pah Pah Pink to colour in my mermaid and adhered her to my page.
I then decided that I wanted to do a bit more to the background so using a wet paint brush I played a little more with the shakers until I was happy.
Next I used Dylusions Paint Dirty Martini
and Fresh Lime
to paint some seaweed and used a paint pen to draw some weeds. Then I mixed a small amount of water to White Linen
to splatter onto the background.
To finish off the page I added some sparkle using a glitter glue – you can use Ranger Diamond Stickles
and just like that my page was finished.
Thanks for dropping by and I hope I have inspired you to create something special!!!
I am back to share with you all a card I made for a very dear friend of mine featuring my all time favourite ink pads….Distress Oxides!! There is a process video which you can watch also.
This is what I created, I don’t do cards very often but after making this I may have to start creating them again as I had so much fun.
For the background I started off by inking my craft mat with Distress Oxides – Worn Lipstick, Wilted Violet, Cracked Pistachio and Broken China. I sprayed them with some water and using the dabbing technique, I gently dabbed my cardstock onto the colours until I was happy.
I splattered some Fossilized Amber Distress Oxide using a paint brush and then inked around the edges using Walnut Stain Distress Oxide.
My next step was to create the flowers and I used my mini black archival ink and Vicki Boutin’s Floral stamp and die set. Then using my water pen, I painted the flowers using Worn Lipstick, Wilted Violet and Fossilized Amber.
The sentiment and leaves stamp set is created by Richard Garay – Make Amazing Happen and I used my mini black archival ink for stamping. Then to finish it off I added some white thread and mounted my flowers using foam tape.