Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Project life by Tatiana Klimshina

Hello! Tatiana here today to share some ideas using fabulous Imaginarium designs chipboard. 
I am really like to use phrases and words in project life. It gives a lot of freedom and keeping my time in decoration. This words are must have for Project life! All chipboard I painted with Prima chalk inks.
The first two LO is about birthday party of my son. 

Separate words are Looking very nice on clear photo, I love this!

I love this photo shot!

Here I used tones of chipboard and I love how it looks like.

Two Star bursts in a board

Two Dragonflies in a board

And the next two LO is about wonderful vacation in Mexico

I am really like how looking nice words on a portrait photos. 

In all my projects I used the irreplaceable designed words, such as

Thank you for visiting us!
DT 2014

Monday, August 18, 2014

Altered bottles

Hi all!
Alena here today.
I have for you two altered bottles, which I have decorated with gorgeous chipboard the Imaginarium Design

The first is my favorite)))The bottle is transparent and purple shades.
I used the beautiful chipboard, which covered different ink Ingvild Bolm and covered gesso

The second bottle was originally a dark color. I added a bright lace and bright flowers , to make it more  brighter.  I used the borders chipboard around the bottle, it gave elegance.

I used:




Saturday, August 16, 2014

More from our Guest Alyona

Hello to you all.
I have another amazing project from our Guest Designer for August..... . Alyona Shapel.. an incredible double page!
"Hi! Today I want to tell you the story how we had a little adventure in Belarus. 
Around the capital city Minsk you can find the two ancient castles: Mir Castle and Nesvizh.
They are gorgeous and what is the best way to relay the antiquity spirit than to use a chipboard?
Here there is my two pages layout.


I covered my chipboard with Lindy`s Stamp Gang Moon Shadow mist  then applied Treasure Gold wax and Pebeo Moon Fantasy paint. 

Does my chipboard looks like worldly-wise?

On the first page I would like to highlight arcs and windows of the Castle.
For titles I just cover chipboard by black gesso and in one case I added golden embossing powder on the top corner. 

For the second layout I want to stress on the ancient architecture and gates which castles usually enclosed. 

 I like to mix raw chipboard with painted. In my opinion it is underline the nature and history of the story and by the way make lighter some parts of layout.

Thank you for stopping by.
Have a nice day!"

Isn't it amazing?

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