Hello all my crafty friends....
As I said in my last post it's been a hectic few months and whilst I still haven't quite worked out my crafty space I did finally get a chance to scrap. Although I didn't meet the time frame I thought I would still share anyway. I love the sketches over at Sketchabilities, I find them not only inspirational, but a good way to challenge yourself when your time poor like me. Like any challenge I like to at least try and incorporate the obvious challenge in it, for me it was the hexagons. Sometimes it can be a shape or a colour that you just don't often use so when it comes up in a design I like to challenge myself and try and use it rather than avoid it.
I was also able to to make use of one of my recent purchases a Creative Memories Hexagon punch. Not that I really, really needed one, but needless to say I now have one...lol Even better it punches out 2 sizes.
My take on the Sketch!!!
For the background I've used a mix of printed tissue paper, Maya Roads white mist, black gesso and teal tumble dry colour.
For the hexagons I've used a mixed of punched out one and some transparent one's that I cut from an old Hambly Sheet, I then did some machine stitching over them.
The paper for the background is an old Cosmo Cricket paper from the Salt Air range and I have also used a Websters Vellum print to frame the photo.
Cosmo Cricket - Fish tales collection
Websters - 6"vellum sheet
Me Minds Eye - Banner stickers
printed tissue paper
Glitz - transparent element
Tim Holtz - splatter template
Thanks for looking and hope your having a wonderful day.
Bye for now!!!
This is fabulous Fi! Great to see you haven't lost your touch. Your room looks amazing - can't wait to see it completely finished!ReplyDelete
Wow ! Love your page ! I especially love how you have worked the very "angular" hexagon shapes with the vey rounded, curvy, "organic" swirls in the background. Brilliant use of "opposites".ReplyDelete
Beautiful layout! The ink splattered background looks fabulous! Love all the beautiful blossoms!ReplyDelete