Friday, July 21, 2017

Hi from Sandi- July Creations

Hi everyone, Wow how fast is the year going it's hard to believe we are in the second part of the year already. It's been a busy time for us all and I hope you have been able to get into your craft areas and have fun creating your own pieces of art. I'd love to share with you what I've been creating lately.

My first creation was a layout with a sweet feminine feel.I used a layer of white gesso to soften the paper and then sprayed some Lindy's Stamp Gang ink sprays. 

I used Flourishes were covered with Versa ink 'Indigo' and title with 'Evergreen'. The bike was covered with a combo of a deep crimson and black acrylic paint. I used the 'Evergreen' to also cover the frame before covering it with Metallic Melts embossing powder. The small love heart was painted with Dina Wakley Scribble sticks and water.

 Imaginarium Design chipboard used included:

Bicycle small IDT0018
Inspire create IDW0092
Edith Frame IDT0038
IDW0072 Beautiful delight wonderful in board sml
Merilee variation flourish IDFL0032
Nats hearts 1 IDD0042

My second layout is a simple but striking page of my scrapping buddy Fiona Paltridge and myself ; birds of a feather we are. I couldn't wait to use her new stunning stamp range to do this page stamping the feather stamp onto white 12x12 cardstock with StazOn and then tearing some of the cardstock off to make a strip to be placed on the red. I then used Dina Wakley scribble sticks and lots of water to paint over the feather layering the colour until happy.

The cut the frame into 2 pieces and then covered it with Verra Ink 'Black' and the feather in 'Silver'.
The selfie chipboard was covered in spray gesso.

Imaginarium Designs Chipboard used included:

code IDW0094 #instagram etc.
criss cross frame 1 IDDL0008

skeletal feather IDDL0006

My last share is my latest addition my Imaginarium Journal book. 'Travel Destination'. We regularly go to camping shows and at the Adelaide one last year we came across a caravan through the ages display. This one took my eye so cute.

The chipboard titles were painted with red Dina Wakley scribble sticks with the frame painted in black acrylic paint. The banner was covered with Kaisercraft 6x6 paper and cut out after glue was dry with the edges scribbled around with a fine Sharpie pen.

Imaginarium Design Chipboard used included:

Banners IDS0074

Phillis Frame IDT0039
Compass with travel words IDW0019
Thanks for dropping by and hope I have inspired you to try some new techniques and ideas with our amazing Imaginarium Designs Chipboard that is Australian made in Adelaide South Australia.

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