Sunday, March 29, 2020

Beach Vacation - Creative Embellishments

Good mornin!
I am back today to share my newest project for Creative Embellishments!

I am loving all the new stencils Nicolle has been busy creating!


To create this layout

1 - cover your background paper with clear gesso then let dry or dry with heat gun and if it is light paper glue onto heavy cardstock, chipboard or cardboard
2 - using texture paste and your favorite Creative Embellishments stencil create a frame around the outside of your background of your background paper.  I used the harlequin stencil
3 - starting with your lightest color of mist you want to use start painting where you applied the stenciled texture paste, then proceed with the next shade and then finally your darkest.  You may want to apply more than one coat to get your desired look.



 4 - paint all your chipboard pieces with a one of the colors you used on your frame - I used the Palm Trees, Sea Artist Trading coins, Vacation title and Beach Word Set 2




5 - paint any flowers you wish to use.
6 - cut three pieces of coordinating paper about  4x6 and distress the edges.



7 - adhere everything together including your By The Sea Flair and art stones and gems

Thanks so much for stopping by




Thursday, March 26, 2020

Beach Life


Good morning!

Over the Christmas holidays we were lucky enough to spend some time in Punt Cana and we had family photos taken - where else but on the beach of course!




I do not normally create blog posts with specific items but to create this layout you will need a few specific items
1 12x12 sheet of patterned paper and few pieces for die cutting and flower making (I used Ciao Bella Codex - Leonardo)
1 sheet of photo paper
4 - 5 colorant powders (I used Brusho in terracotta, turquoise, Prussian blue, yellow ochre, and Dark brown)
dies - favorite flower die (I used small flower die, bunch of flowers, large flower) your favorite circle die (I used stitched circles), stitched fishtails, and planner essentials 11
scraps of cardboard
ink and glue



To create this layout:

1 - take an 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of photos paper and cut it in half. Spray with water then add your color powders and spray with water again. Continue adding powders and water until you are satisfied with the results then heat set with your heat gun





Step 2 - using your stitched fishtails and the colorful photo paper you just created, die cut your desired size of fishtails ( I used the second smallest). Die cut enough t fit across the page - I used 10 then ink the edges
Step 3 - using your favorite flower dies die cut, ink edges and assemble 8 flowers.
Step 4 - using your favorite circle die die cut 3 circles in sizes of your choice. Then cut into a spiral and ink the edges the roll into a flower






Step 5 - die cut one large circle in a silhouette, cut the center circle in half then ink both the silhouette circle and the two half circles.
Step 6 - die cut two torn ledger pieces (tear ends off to make them more grungy looking) and one of the the ledger pieces from planner essential 11
Step 7 - tear pieces of cardboard and ink the edges








Step 8 - ink the edges of your 12x2 paper
Step 9 - adhere everything together then add your title








I am entering this in the Paper Issues create cluster challenge, Lasting Memories create texture challenge and Off The Rails Scrapbooking March challenge

Thanks so much for stopping by
Laura

Sunday, March 15, 2020

Pontiac Catalina - Creative Embellishments, Rinea and Elizabeth Craft Designs

Good morning everyone!
back today to share a very masculine layout I created for collaboration with Creative Embellishments and Rinea and also using Elizabeth Craft Designs products!



Here is how I created this layout:

Step 1: ink a 12x12 sheet of paper (I used Kaisercraft Factory 42)
Step 2: Die cut 14 circles of varying sizes using coordinating paper and the Rinea foil paper (I used Earth Tones) and the Stitched circles then ink the edges


Step 3: Die cut your photo into a circle and die cut one size larger for a photo mat 



Step 4: Gather your chipboard pieces and alter them (instructions are included at bottom of post)
Step 5: die cut 3 fishtails


 Step 6: trim the title out and ink the edges

Step 7: assemble






To alter the chipboard:

Step 1: gather  all your chipboard - I used Large Gear Frames, Gear 1 1/2", mini gears 3/4" and Car Part Set

Step 2: ink all chipboard in black


Step 3: mix together your embossing powder  with silk microfine glitter
I used a ratio of about 3 parts embossing powder to one of each glitter


For the black I used ranger super fine black embossing powder, basic black, Copper, and Rust glitters.



For the coppery pieces I used Imagine Ink Chili embossing powder mixed with Fire Opal, chocolate, and Copper.

Step 4: apply another coat of black ink and while wet apply your mixture of embossing powder and glitters.  If you are using large pieces (like the gear frames) you will have to work in sections

Step 5: heat set using your heat gun the attach to your layout

I am also entering this on the Lasting Memories challenge #487

Thanks for stopping by









Sunday, March 1, 2020

Mixed Media fun - Creative Embellishments, Elizabeth Crafts and Rinea

Good morning!
Creative Embellishments and Rinea have a collaboration this month!  We get to use their wonderful foil papers on two of our projects and this is my first one!
I also used stamps and glitter and paper from Elizabeth Craft Designs! 

I created this layout for the wonderful March inspiration chalenge for Creative Embellishments...details at the end of the post!


How I created this layout:

Step 1 - I used a 12x12 sheet of  white 110lb soft finish cardstock
and adhered 5 flourish 17

Step 2 - I tore some pieces of cardboard and adhered them as well as some art stones.

Step 3 - cover everything with gesso.

Step 4 - Use the crackled brick stencil and light paste in sections on the paper then heat set


Step 5 -have some fun!  Use your powders and mists and cover the entire page
Step 6 - when you are done with your colors heat set them all and after the front is dry heat set the back to make sure there are no damp spots.
Step 6 - mix some silk micro fine with gel medium to create a glitter paste and brush it onto the raised areas


Step 7 - using the background stamps (I used background stamp 1 & 3)


Step 8- tear some pieces of the rinea foil paper - I used Peacock paper pack -  and place it on the background.


Step 9 - Using the rounded corner fitted square die trim your photo then  using two pieces of the Rinea foil paper and one size bigger die create two photo mats

Step 10 - cover your frame with gesso then ink or powder or mist color your 'out of this world' frame and your title.

Step 11 - adhere everything together!

This is the gorgeous inspiration board for Creative Embellishmens March Challenge!


Create a NEW project layout, mini album, tag, card, canvas, etc….as of MARCH 1st, 2020.
*It is required that you mention in your blog post that you are playing along at Creative Embellishments together with a link back to our blog page. Please make sure to reference our challenge. Please, no old projects. (meaning projects from previous months that may fit the challenge) Please share only new projects.
*Please add your entry to the inlinkz tool on the CE blog to be eligible for the prize. You have until the last day of each month 11:55 pm eastern time to enter.
*Simply add a link to your FB photo (if you do not have a blog) featuring your challenge entry. Let us know how you were inspired by the photo.
*Combining with other challenges is permitted.
* We would love to see you USE AT LEAST 1 OF CE products on your projects but it isn’t required to play along.
*WINNERS will have 2 weeks to claim their prize. The winner will be announced on this post the day after the challenge ends. Keep an eye out to see if you are a winner.

Thanks for stopping  by