Boy have we all be busy, so sorry for not posting for a few days, now I need to catch up. Today I am sharing some layouts from the design team featuring masking and our chipboard. The Girls are so talented and come up with the most amazing ways to use our chipboard.
First up is Hilde. She has called her layout "Fun Day" and the photo certinly shows two lovely little ladiest having a fun day together.
Hilde has used one of our chipboards as a mask. She used our clock without hands and a kerri flourish as a mask. She used Tattered Angles Glimmermist to spray the chipboard and the page.
IDS0017 Clock Face without Hands
IDALC0001 Lower case Letters
IDFL0010 Kerri Flourish (Large)
Hilde does lovely layouts and this one is so pretty. I always love seeing what she comes up with.
Paper are from My Minds Eye.
Flowers - Webster's Pages and Marianne Design.
Tattered Angels Glimmermist.
To see more of Hilde's work visit her blog
Next up is a layout from Heather. She has also used a mask on her layout from Crafters Workshop.
Heather used the large flowers only from our Flowers & Birds. She twisted green woollen thread around the stems to bind them together. The stems are left raw and the flowers are inked with "brick" Versa colour ink. For her title she used some of our Alpha's which Heather inked with the Versa colour ink pad and applyed Utee over the top to create the shiny finish.
IDS0026 Flowers and Birds
I love Heathers work and have been a fan for quite a few years now, in fact a Heather project was the first class I did at my local scrapbooking store about 7 years ago. (it is still not finished!)
other items used
Papermania Docraft portabella paper
Prima -- Printery Collection
Versa Color --- brick
crafters workshop mask .. chicken wire
tags .. Bumble bee tags
green embroidery wool
To see more of Heathers work, visit her blog
To finish of today's post I have a layout from Lady Grace. She has called it Beautiful and it certainly is just that.
Here is what Lady Grace had to say about her layout.
"For this layout, I have used Clock face without hands as my base matting of my daughter’s photo. I used the large clock to draw the eyes of the viewer to the photo, making that part the focal point of my design.
"The clock was initially painted with white gesso. Once it dried, I applied thick coating of crackle paint to achieve the cracks I wanted. I immediately misted a few greens and yellow on it while it was still wet to add colour. I also allowed some part of the coating to fall out to get the look that I wanted".
Products Used: Kaisercraft patterned papers, flower and embellishments, Webster Pages diecut paper, Bazzill Cardstock, Gesso acrylic paint, Hero Arts and Ideaology stamps, Shimmerz Mist, Ranger Crackle Paint, Prima flowers and bling flourish.
I love the way Lady Grace has layered all the pieces on her layout and the clever way she has decorated her chipboard. To see more of Lady Grace's work visit her blog
Hope you enjoy todays three layouts, they are quite different but all are so pretty and cleverly done with lots of ideas. Don't forget to leave a comment and go into the draw to win some chipboard.
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