I promise this is my last post for today :) Here I am in the middle of the night sharing with you my layout for this month's Dusty Attic challenge. I loved it the first time I saw it and I just could not skip this one! Just look how incredibly colorful and gorgeous is the Moodboard! And so it my entry. This time I decided to take more simple and modern look since I felt it fitted perfectly! I used crooked fence chipboard behind the photo as some kind of a banner and grass clusters that I colored to look like a paint splashes. :) Hope you'll like it! ;)
Well... I'm continuing my journey here on my blog today with my second blog post. :) It was indeed very productive day ;) I have for you this time a layout I made for this month's challenges over at More than words challenge and Lindy's gang color challenge. The details and links for the both as well as graphics are at the bottom of this post. I've also linked the colors I've used for the layout. I've created a mixed media layout and used amazing photo of Avatar woman as my main element of this layout. I hope you'll like it. :)
Hi dear friends. I'm on 7 kids challenge blog with you today again. I have something lovely and sweet to show you today. This time I was inspired by the latest Finn Team Art recipe which was all about angels, pixies and fairies in a combination with gorgeous Finnabair Patina pastes, Art Stones, Mechanicals and Art Alchemy Waxes. I used them all and made this lovely altered mini violin. Hope you'll like it. :)
Hi my dear friends! :) I'm on Scrapiniec blog today with you again with something very textured. ;) Today's post was actually inspired by a moodboard over at Mixed Media place challenge blog. It was a love at first sight and when thinking about my project I realized that gorgeous Scrapiniec chipboards are just the perfect match for my idea. So I decided to join together the both.
I made a canvas art or better yet a wooden plate art :) I altered a big wooden plate and I made a foresty looking layout on it. Some time ago I saw this gorgeous photo featuring a little tree inside the lightbulb and wanted to make my own little tree in a lightbulb. I positioned it in a heart shaped frame that I placed on a wired fence. My idea was to create a perfect implementation of the quote featured on the moodboard: "It's impossible" said pride. "It's risky" said experience. "It's pointless" said reason. "Give it a try" whispered the heart. Hope you'll like my project. I also have a new video tutorial for you over at my youtube channel. :)