Tuesday, October 4, 2016

October Projects with Belinda Spencer

Hello scrappers!!

Belinda here today to share some of my recent layouts featuring stunning Imaginarium Designs chipboard pieces. Unusually for me, not a single piece of chipboard went unaltered! That has got to be a first. :-)

'HOME' Layout

I created this layout for a challenge at Scrapbooking Top 50 focusing on an aspect of my home. I have painted all of my chipboard pieces with white gesso. to co-ordinate with my light and bright layout.

Here's what I used:

IDDL0022 Loolabelle's Chevrons # 2

IDFL0018 Sheet of 7 Leaves

IDW0083 Love Grow Hello

'OUR HOME' Layout

This is another layout created for the same challenge. I have created a design reminiscent of a cuckoo clock with the photo as the main body of the clock, the title as the roof and the hanging leaves as the pendulum.

I sprayed all of the chipboard pieces (except for the hanging flourish) with a green and a turquoise Kaisermist. Once completely dry I added some washi tape as masking and heat embossed parts of the chipboard with silver embossing powder.

I used a black Posca Pen to emphasize the roof on the title.

I also used the black Posca Pen to colour the flourish.

IDP0089 Our Home

IDW0083 Love Grow Hello

IDD0046 Loolabelle's Callouts

IDD0042 Nat's Hearts 1

IDFL0018 Sheet of 7 Leaves

IDDD0002 Denise's Flourish 1


Yet another layout for the same challenge. Yep. I am on a roll! This one was inspired by the colours in the inspiration picture. I loved creating this rainbow background!

Most of my chipboard pieces on this layout were altered using Brushed Pewter Distress Stain. It is such an easy product to use and gives a fabulous result. The chevrons were painted with myold favourite heavy white gesso.

IDD0039 Nat's Bubbles Large

IDDL0023 Loolabelle's Love Arrows

IDDL0022 Loolabelle's Chevrons # 2

IDW0080 Totally Adore Wonderful

Well that is all from me this month. I do hope you feel inspired to play with some fabulous Imaginarium Designs chipboard too.

Thanks for stopping by today. Make sure you come back tomorrow to see Miriam's beautiful creations.


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