Sunday, February 26, 2017

A Bit of Mixed Media Fun

Hello Scrappers Tracey here..

I have a couple of layouts to share with you this month using lots of fabulous Imaginarium Designs Chipboard and mixed media backgrounds.

My first project is one that I have created using ID cogs and star bursts which I have heat embossed.

"Your Smile Lights Up My Life"



I have created a missed media background using strips of paper, washi tape, colour ink sprays, chalkboard paint and stamps.


I love this aged teal embossing powder from Stampendous. I love the flecks of gold mixed
in with the teal.


 For the ID Chipboard  title I have heat embossed using a white powder.


My Second layout that I have to share has a beach feel.

"Beach Bums"

I have created this layout with a mixed media background also.
I had a selection of Imaginarium Designs alphas left that wouldn't have made a word so I have glued them  on raw to my paper, then sprayed over them using white gesso in a spray can. I used a stencil and texture paste before I  layered some colour sprays to create the background.




I heat embossed the flourish in white and the words to create the title in silver.
For the flourish above the photo shown below, I cut from the top of the Madison Gates.


 If you look closely in the above and below photo you can see ID alphas
that I used to create the background.


Below are images of the ID chipboard that I used to create the above projects.

 

 
  




Until next time..happy scrapping!



4 comments:

  1. Both of these are simply stunning!! LOVE the chipboard you used and the embossing is awesome!! TFS!

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  4. I really love how you colour the chipboard with the embossing enamel - one of my favourites too!! :)

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