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Stay Wild My Child
The first of the month = a new sketch challenge by Let's Scrap which = inspiration sharing time!!!
So here's the sketch to help kick off your inspiration.......
And here is my take on it.....well my take on the right hand side of it .....
I love the fact that my girl has a mind of her own, she is personality plus....to the point at times where she resembles a wild child. But I don't think that I ever want that to change about her. I hope that she continues to maintain a level of wild and independence about her as she grows.
Anyway here I have really used a little bit of everything to create this page. I delved deep into the dark depths of my stash, so unfortunately I can't tell you the exact name of things that I used but more so the range lol. So the base is a Bella page, The title is a mixture of thickers and the 'Wild Child' is a Dear Lizzy die cut phrase. The embelishments including the trees and mushrooms were actually fussy cut and given to me by a friend. The hedgehog are from a studio calico kit.
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Welcome back to another Let's Craft and Create Challenge! This months challenge is all about layers...a bit like an onion some might say lol. Right sorry for the bad jokes, lets carry on. Here is my inspiration piece 'Imagine'.
I love this photo - it brings about feelings of struggle but then great achievements...
So I like layers but in a flatter sense if that makes any sense to you. I often use the colour and shapes in my papers mixed with some stamping, outlining etc to create my layers.
In this particular piece I have started with my base paper layer that had an ombre effect of orange and teal, a bit like rising from the fire and up into the sunshine. I believe it is a 7 Dots paper range Cotton Candy Dreams. (Sugar Haze)
I fussy cut these fabulous circular flower kind of looking things off the Strawberry Fields paper and attached them to the top of the page - and thus our layering begins. From here I went on to add some stamping, black ink tracking around some o…
So firstly sorry for the delay in this post! I thought I had hit the publish button but I must have had one of those senior moments.
Welcome to another Southern Girls Challenge! There isn't technically a theme this month, so it's 'Anything Goes!' ...for me lately it's been all about Christmas and getting ready for the end of the school year coming up. So my inspiration piece this month is a little bit of an unconventional Xmas card.
Firstly I have used a coat of Clear gesso on some white cardstock. Then I've created a few layers using texture paste, and then layering up with some chipboard, and embellishments.
I've layered some muslin cloth behind my deer head, added some flowers and then splattered and sprayed on top.
While things have still been a wee bit wet I have sprinkled over some fine dust glitter to add that bit of extra sparkle. Materials I have used Art Basics Clear Gesso
13@rts fine glitter
Kaisercraft Christmas Wishes - Bauble Garland Pape…
Welcome back to a Team Lou challenge, this month it is 'Stripes'!.
Thanks so much to Newton's Nook for being our sponsor for this challenge.
Newton is adorable and available in a range of cute images but there are also loads of other styles so be sure to click over to their shop and have a look around.
So my inspiration piece this month is a Thank you card.
Be sure to link up your entry!
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