Welcome to my blog! Today I would like to share my 4th project with you using the newest toolshed kit, 'Colorburst'. This kit is full of ephemera perfect for those masculine layouts you've been putting off . . . hint hint!!! My previous pages have been heavy on mixed media, so I went with a different style of layering and stitching lots of the die cuts that come in the kit.
The photo is of my son when we went fishing at Lake Deam several years ago.
I did used word stamps from my stash, as well as stitching and thread. But everything else is from the kit.
I liked making the layout look a little messy with loose thread here and there. I also like the "layered" stamp look achieved by mixing and matching small number and word stamps.
More stitching and layers!!
ISBG: Toolshed: Colorburst Main kit
ISBG: Toolshed: Colorburst Embellishment Bonus kit
ISBG: Toolshed: Colorburst Bonus Chipboard
ISBG: Toolshed: Colorburst Mixed Media (Lindy's Starburst Cathed…
Hello! Today I want to share with you my newest mixed media canvas. I absolutely love making these and apparently have started a theme throughout my house.
I used a variety of supplies from International Scrapbook Garden, Lindy's Stamp Gang, and my own stash of various goodies.
I could "describe" how I made this, but honestly I highly recommend you just watch YouTube videos by those who have taken them time to make them. You will learn a lot more than reading my words.
This is my first time submitting with either of these challenge sites. I have been following these sites for a while, but too nervous to do anything about it. I really liked the color scheme and the mood board in the lower left hand corner of Mixed Media Place. With Creative Embellishments, I used Lindy's embossing powder Cleopatra Copper with cool colors (trust me it's shiny), Denim, Azure and Lemon sprays. I also used Creative Embellishments Instruments on this gift. There is so much to be inspired by both of these challenges.
Thank you for stopping by today!!!
I'm a avid paper scrapbooker with lots of various embellishments in my stash. As I explore the mixed media world…