Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Two layouts by Brit Sviggum

Hi there :) It`s me, Brit Sviggum, with you today.
I have made two layouts that I`m going to show you.
One about my daughter and one about my son.

On this one I have painted the chipboard with acrylic paint.
But after painting the gate, I used a background stamp, and black stamp pad
to add some more "life" to the gate.

It`s easier to see the stamp on this close up.

My little girl loves to collect small treasures that she finds outside.
And here she found a Peacock feather for her collection ; )

One can interpret this title in two ways: My daughter is my little treasure,
 and my daughter finds a little treasure.


Gate and text are new designs.

I tried to make this page a bit cool; My boy with his new bike,
and the graffiti on the brick wall.

I painted the bike with some blue and black fluid chalk edgers, and
then added a ball chain to make it look like the chain on the bike.
The arrows were painted with yellow distress paint.

I tried to make the title like a graffiti. I glued it to a colorful magazine add,
and cut it out. Then I black-lined it with a pen.



Loolabelle`s love arrows

Other products used:
  • Gesso
  • Stencils
  • Acrylic paint
  • Fluid chalk edgers
  • Cheesecloth
  • Pattern papers
  • Prima stamp

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  1. Love those little scenes you create, a real keepsake for your children!

  2. Oh my, these are both truly amazing! I always love your unique designs.

  3. Your manner of writing is extremely unique compared to many other folks out there. Thanks for publishing when you have the chance.Cccam Server

  4. AMAZING projects, I just love them!!!! xo