Welcome crafty friends!!!
I've had a busy couple of days sorting through my paper stash trying to put it into some kind of order, ha ha ha Order!!! Not sure that is even possible, seems every time I have it in what I deem as a good working order, I still find myself spending way to much time looking for stuff, rather than creating. Anyway whilst doing this I found a really old Prima paintables 12" sheet and decided it would be perfect for a Prima a challenge, de-constructed it and used it as the main part of my layout.
I wasn't inspired to go with Halloween since its not something we celebrate here in Australia, however I did love the colours that were selected. I also decided to combine it with a Sketch Challenge over at "Show Us Your Stuff".
Here is my take on both of these.
For the colour work I used the Prima Blooms Tangerine and Colbalt and applied with a fine tip paint brush.
Textured paste along with Prima's mask was used to create the background work along with some beautiful Prima Blooms. The hand made flowers were created using Magnolia's Doohickeys Peonies and I have dyed these using Cobalt and gold gelato's along with Shabby Blue embossing enamel.
Wow - chipboard frame
Gesso & textured paste
Prima - Chevron stencil, flower blooms, pearls
Tangerine and Cobalt & Lime Wedge
Stampendous - shabby blue embossing powder
Thanks for stopping by and thank you to those that always take the time to leave me a comment. Have a great week!!!!
Beautiful work Fi! I love your layering and the texture you achieved with this layout. I am glad our sketch at Show Us Your Stuff could provide you with some inspiration! :)ReplyDelete
Love love your twist on the challenge!!ReplyDelete
Colours look beautiful and so does your handmade blooms! :-)
Beautiful page Fi. Love the colours you've used. I really like the way you've rotated the layers in the sketch. Thanks for joining in at SUYS this month :)ReplyDelete
Gorgeous layout...the colours are beautiful. Thanks for playing along this month over @ SUYS :)ReplyDelete
Fab LO, love all you details. So glad our SUYS sketch inspired you.ReplyDelete
What a stunning page! Beautiful take on the sketch and the colours look amazing!ReplyDelete
Such a stunning page! I love all the little details and how you have used the sketch! Thanks for playing along at SUYS! :)ReplyDelete