Paper blue fern studio
Chipboard Dusty attic
paint Pebeo No 357
gesso white and black
Inks brilliance pearlescent
tim holtz stencil
Here we are at the start of another Month and another wonderful Sketchabilities sketch.
I started this one with Tim holtz distress paints and stencils.
Then started tearing up Prima paper to add behind the photo and inking the edges. All of the chipboard was gesso using my new favourite product Gesso spray. It leaves the chipboard with such an even finish. I then added different colours to parts of the chipboard.
Then started layering all the elements together and finished with a mixture of flowers and sprinkled some more paint in the open area.
Here are 2 new layouts that I did for http://www.bellapaperie.net.au/. It is one of my local Scrapbooking stores here in Brisbane. It is just devine The lace, chipboard and ribbon are just perfect use on our pages. She has so much more inspiration in that shop. I get withdrawals if I don't go there every couple of weeks.
Debra will be at the Scrapbooking expo again this year. Pop In and say hello.
Hi everyone. I am back for with sketch #138. I love these sketches. It is great to have something to start with and then we can just add out colours photos and texture.
This time I wanted to start with white cards stock and work from there. I even did some free hand painting with the H2O's. If you haven't tried them they are so much fun and you can create a soft water colour with them all the way up to a solid colour. I spray them with a water spray and then use it straight away as a water colour and when I want them more intense I leave then for about 5 mins.