Monday, March 13, 2017

More chipboard, more flowers and more of ME, Alison Bevis

Welcome to Monday!!
That means a NEW week with some New inspirations from the
Imaginarium Designs team

Keep an eye out for more FUN CHIPBOARD TECHNIQUES blog posts this month too - so many great ideas to colour chipboard.

I was thinking what I'd like to do for March,
and decided that I had to have something floral on each layout, I know you think - That's easy!!
...and yes, it's always easy to add a few blooms here and there,
so this is what I did...

"A True Love Story Never Ends" layout



A couple of sheets of patterned paper, a bit of lace, a bunch of blooms and a beautiful Title..


Title painted with paint which changes colour depending on how you tilt the page - it's very shimmery - before the paint had a chance to dry I spritzed the chipboard with a Mica Spray - I love the way the mist dried into droplets.


A NEW Flourish - snipped into two to extend your chipboard piece - Coloured with a Mica Mist in green - This chipboard is so fine I curled it up and around to sit in the flowers.


You can almost see how shimmery the chipboard becomes when it dried!!

and more florals...
"Beautiful Girl" layout


This layout has only 2 sheets of patterned paper - a little fussy cutting and then the remainder for some torn layers. A title created with 2 pieces inked in the same shade of purple, along with a few of "Nat's Hearts".


The frame inked in a coordinating Blue to frame this lovely photo of Father and Daughter.


The Flourish has been inked and misted with a couple of shades of green.


and another one of "Nat's Hearts" gessoed, inked and misted in Green.

and more floral patterned papers in the
"Magical Moments" layout


All of the patterned paper is from 2 sheets, cut to make the most of the pattern. It was quite busy so I dipped my finger in the Gesso and swiped it around the middle section - I also gave the page a border by dragging my Gessoed finger along the edge. I'll add some journalling to the tag under the photo.


The title has a coat of gesso then randomly pressed onto the ink pad for a speckled finish.


Loolabelle's Star Bursts were also gessoed, inked and then lightly misted - while the mist was still wet I covered them with 'glossy accents' - and look at how they dried with a variegated orange look - I thought it was a little cool?


The Frame was inked, a little dribble of crackle paint, then covered with 'glossy accents' before sprinkling tiny glass micro beads all over the rectangular frame - I hope you get a chance to try this, it creates an almost luminous finish to the chipboard... which was perfect for my sunset photo!!

There is so many NEW designs of chipboard - 
You will find an assortment of TITLES on the Imaginarium Designs website - HERE

   

I have included new flourishes - there is similar ones - HERE

  

Nat's Hearts, Hand Drawn Leaves and Loolabelle's Star Bursts are in the Designer section - HERE 


There is a huge variety of Frames - HERE - I loved the 'Photo Frame 1'

Did you notice that all of my photos have people who LOVE each other?
Yes my husband Anthony and I on our Wedding day and more recently on our 25th Wedding Anniversary - the other photo is of our Great niece and her Dad!!

Thank you for visiting today,
keep an eye on the blog, Facebook page and Instagram for more inspiration,
Alison xx 

21 comments:

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    1. Correct!! You are the winner of an Imaginarium Designs chipboard pack - can you please message me with your address :)

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    1. This is also correct :)
      Thank you for entering!!

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  3. Each layout uses just 2 pieces of patterned paper.
    Very thifty, Alison

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    1. Thank you for leaving a comment - you are correct 2 sheets of paper :)

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  4. Two sheets of pretty papers and two people who share a special love for each other.

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    1. Yes, correct - 2 entries - Thank you for entering Maree :)

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  5. Those Nats hearts are just glorious

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    1. They sure are Evon - and they are all a bit different so I add them to loads of projects :)

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    1. You are correct Rosslyn, Thank you for making time to leave a comment!! :)

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  7. 2 of paper and 2 people and even 2 of chipboard

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    1. Yes 2x Paper and 2x People - Thank you for entering my little giveaway!!

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  8. 2 pieces of chipboard on each layout.

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    1. The correct answer is 2 sheets of patterned paper - I was being thrifty? lol Plenty of chipboard pieces on each layout :) Thank you so much for taking the time to enter!!

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  9. These layouts are absolutely lovely! I love the 2 people who love each other theme and using just 2 pieces of patterned paper is a great way to accent or showcase the photos and beautiful chipbboards! TFS!

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    1. Thank you for your lovely comment Barbara :)

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  10. Each layout uses just 2 pieces of patterned paper. Great idea and designs

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    1. You are correct, 2 sheets for each layout... but plenty of Imaginarium Designs chipboard - Thank you for your comment!!

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