by Irina Gerschuk | 1 Comment
Hi my friends!
It’s Irina Gerschuk with you today and I’d like to share with you my new shabby projects!
First is an any-occasion envelope with a volume flourish composition:
I’ve colored the bird using different colors of embossing powder:
I’ve made this bird the center of the composition. I’ve added some flowers and beads to highlight its beauty:
My 2nd project is a baby-album made from scratch:
I’ve decorated the Iris flowers with pearls and covered it with shabby-effect embossing powder
All chipboard pieces were covered with different embossing powders:
I’ve mixed different colors of embossing powders to create smooth transition of color. I’ve highlighted the chipboard with few pearls:
I’ve used foam swirl stamp to decorate the envelope (I suppose to use it for different memorabilia and little trinkets)
Thank you for stopping by!
Have a fabulous day!
Hi there! It’s Riikka here today sharing a couple of layouts with you. I used the party themed new chippies in these, but like always, mixed in some older products as well. The other page is romantic and pink and the other one more modern and blue. So let’s get started!
The first page you can see on top there. It’s made about how my husband and I got engaged. We had been together for years and I kind of knew he was going to ask me to marry him. One day we drove to my parent’s summer house and without me knowing it, he had then asked my father’s permission to marry me – yes, my love is old fashioned in that way. On the way back home we didn’t drive the usual route but instead drove along the coast line. He remembered that I had said that I’d love to be proposed near the sea. Because it was autumn the weather was not on his side – it was dark and rain poured down from the sky. So instead driving to the sea shore, he asked me to marry in the car as the weather was so terrible. The ring was in the glove compartment.
As we’ve been soon even married ten years (well, year and a couple moths to go), it was about time I finally wrote that memory down! I used pink and flowery papers in the page and treated all of the chipboards with golden embossing powder. I even created a golden swirl to the background using the “Damask”stencil and gold crackle paste. I also added so pink mist through the “Botanical” stencil, but that’s not that visible in the finished layout.
The main embellishments in the page are the two flourishes – the “Doodad J Tails” one vertically and the “Flourish 19 Wing” one horizontally. Near these two there’s also two horseshoes from the “Mini Horseshoes” set. Part of the title is also done with a chipboard, the “Engagement Mini”. And to finish the lovely feeling there’s a heart from the “Lots of Love” set and the word “Love” cut from the “Vocational” transparency. The little circles around the page are drawn using the “Random Dots” stencil.
Supplies from Scrap FX:
2016328 Flourish 19 Wing
2016329 Doodad J Tails
2016354 Engagement Mini
2015054 Damask Stencil
2015295 Botanical Stencil
2013172 Random Dots Stencil
2016191 Mini Horseshoes
2014197 Lots of Love
2016257 Vocational Transparency
Where the first page was sweet and romantic, the other one is a bit more modern and colorful.
In this layout I documented my older daughter’s birthday party. Each year they can choose a theme or color in which we decorate the room and use that also as inspiration to the food we’re going to serve. Last year, when she turned seven, she chose Disney’s Merida as the theme. I sewed her a Merida dress, we had blueberry cheesecake (she asked for it) and during the kid’s party we for example made witch’s brew and the kids got a bear claw pendant as reward.
I chose a minty green patterned paper with dots as my background as it was happy and birthday like. Otherwise I then used dark blue and white, both colors were present in the Merida dress I sewed.
The main element in the background is the word “seven” from the “Milestone Card Seven”. I glued it to the page and then painted gesso on top. The first blue layers are made with mist and watercolors and on top there’s a subtle pattern made with the “Cool Circles” stencil. The big white numbers in the edges of the page are done with the “Fancy Number” stamps and embossed with white embossing powder. I used the same powder also to coat the “Hip Hip Hooray” chippie.
On top of the “seven” in the background and the “hooray” in the title, there’s also one more word in the page. It’s one of the hashtag words from the “#party” set. I painted that blue with watercolors and then added white “stitching” on top using a gel pen. The same way I treated also the pinwheel chipboard, which is peeking above the photo.
Thank you for stopping by today! Hope you’ve had a love start to the week so far!
Supplies from Scrap FX:
2016331-7 Milestone Card Seven
2016339 Cool Circles Stencil
2016338 Fancy Number Stamps
2016344 Hip Hip Hooray
by Anguree Jansen Van Rensburg | 0 comments
Hello dear ScrapFX friends.
I am back from my holiday in Bali and today I have 2 layouts to share with you feauring a combination of new and old favourite products.
First up is a monochromatic layout with a photo of mom and dad I had taken when I was home in January this year.
Scrap Fx products used:
Circle Mash Collage
This is a very simple and clean layout, but sometimes it just works and when you are a little poor on time, this kind of layout works really well.
I simply started by using little scrap pieces of ScrapFX Vocational Transparency, scrap pieces of cardstock, a leftover die-cut, my chipboard and layered them onto my background.
I coloured my die-cut with black Archival Ink and painted my chipboard with grey and white acrylic paint.
Once the chipboard was dry I added them to my layout and placed my photo in the desired spot.
Next I simply added a few metal embellishments .
To finish it off, I matted my layout on a sturdy chipboard background which I painted with black paint.
30th Birthday Cake
My 30th birthday was huge, I celebrated for three days and did my first ever tandem parachute jump. It was awesome and on the Sunday we had a boat ride with friends and this gorgeous cake.
Scrap FX products used:
I started by creating a bright background using Flutterby Designs Acrylic paint.
Once this was dry I matted it on coloured cardstock and painted my chipboard with the same paint I used for my background.
The rest was pretty easy as I just matted my photos on white and added a couple of embellishments and die-cuts. I also raised the photos and one of my die-cut images by adding chipboard pieces on the back.
Voila it was done. 🙂
I hope you enjoyed this post with me and hope you visit us real soon for more inspiration by my fellow design team members.
Till next time have fun and enjoy scrapping.
this is a snapshot from a recent retreat … we really did have some fun!!
I painted up the title with some Vivid Ultra Metallics and chose to wrap some wire around some of the letters for a little added effect…
Next up I have a canvas I made for a friend of mine who has just turned the big “50”…
she loves purple and sugar skulls…
I used the Sugar Skulls mini and painted them up…
to create their hair effect, I used the Daisy Flower Stencil, with some gel medium coloured with ColourArte’s Primary Elements Arte Pigments…
For the 50 I used the 50th mini and removed the ‘th’
I thought that the “absolutely fabulous” summed up my girl friend perfectly!!
I painted these all up with the True Silver, Vivid Ultra Metallics paint…
Scrap FX Products used:
till next time
by Kareen Brochu-Harvey | Comments Off on Memories captured
Hi wonderful crafty friends!
KareenBH here with you today.
Sometimes, I create a page BEFORE choosing a picture.
I do all my background mixed media and I add some embellishments
to finish it by choosing a picture or by creating one (like a selfie).
But this time, I had a different process.
I had this beautiful picture to be inspired with:
So, I show you today a creation using this picture.
Everything, the colors, the embellishments and, of course,
the chipboards has been choose for my picture especially.
Here’s my creation:
Some close ups:
Chipboards are as great raw as they are paint or whatever the technique you use!
I love them so much. Look those I have used for this layout:
CAPTURED MEMORIES – 2016311
#WISDOM – 2016166
And for the feathers… If you look closely,
I have used 3 different sets:
FANCY FEATHERS – 2016294
FANCY FEATHERS SMALL – 2016295
OSTRICH FEATERS – 2016134
I hope you like it!
Thanks for the visit today.
See you soon.
– KareenBH –
by Amelie Jutras | Comments Off on Blowing bubbles – by Amelie
Hello Scrap Fx fans!
It’s Amelie with you today and I’d like to share with you my new projects with Scrap Fx products!
On my chipboard wordlet, “Blowing bubbles”, I used embossing powder and for my flourish frame, I chose to leave it raw.
Scrap FX products:
Thank you for stopping by!
by Claire Barrin | Comments Off on Bird cards
Good morning you all!
Today, let’s se how to make quick and easy cards for any occasion.
For the first card I used the Beautiful Birds stencil, but any stencil can do the trick.
The technique is basically the same I showed here:
used the stencil to draw the shapes of the birds with a erasable pencil on a thick watercolour paper.
Use drawing gum to protect the pencil lines you just made,
Once the gum has dried, put watercolour on your whole background.
Finally, take he gum away and erase the pencil.
I added some black lines to enhance the birds, and wrote my sentiment using a piece of the Birthday A MINI BULK PACK.
Item used: Beautiful Birds stencil, Birthday A MINI BULK PACK
The two other cards are made with the same technique although I just drew some stars and dots with the drawing gum.
Item used: Tweety Bird borders
item used: Love banner.
Well, that’s all for today.
Have a nice day!
by Julia Kissel | Comments Off on Children’s Holiday by Julia Kissel
Autumn is here… Days have become shorter.
There are a lot of cloudy and rainy days now.
It was very warm and dry, the sun shined and the days were clear and bright until recently.
I remembered the summer and created this bright layout)
These are my girlfriend’s kids at one of children’s holiday activities in the pics.
I used many ScrapFX chipboards for decoration.
I covered them with black acrylic paint.
Chipboards are bold and bright. They perfectly reflect emotions from the photos.
The flourishes Time Warp Flourish B Rays 2012033 I covered in green acrylic.
The small flower from kit Scribble Flowers 2016157 I covered with the green acrylic paint also.
Thank for watching and have a fun day!!!
by Marie Johansson | Comments Off on Shine Card by Marie Johansson
It´s fall here in the North, only +8 degrees Celsius when I write this. The leaves are shifting towards the orange, yellow and gold. That inspired me to create this card with the Fancy Feathers (both big & small) and the drawing Feather.
I love how the feathers turned out when I colored them with orange stamping ink. A really easy way to transform the chipboard without destroying the texture.
I love the “swirly tail” on the drawing feather! It looks really good on a card like this. And it´s perfect that the Fancy Feathers come in a package of several feathers – they will last a long time!
The feathers create texture and dimension to the romantic card. Layers of patterned paper and sweet flowers can easily look to settled – I like a bit of a rough edge to my cards, somehow I think that it will be more interesting for the eye that way.
I hope that I could inspire you to create a fall card. Please visit the Scrap FX online store to buy the chipboard you need for your next crafty project!
I have used these products from Scrap FX:
- Feather Drawing 2015036
- Fancy Feathers 2016294
- Fancy Feathers small 2016295
by Kerstin-Inga Peters | Comments Off on Unique Bond by Kerstin F.
The time is right for a new Layout.
I’m a great walker and at either end of the working day
I’m usually to be found in the forest with my dog.
I have time to think, and that is often when I have my best ideas.
I decided to make a Layout with a nature rustic feeling.
Some details please:
I used a metallic silver and a black acrylic paint for this beautiful lettering.
and a new idea, a cutout from my photo as a letter
Our sunshine ‘Filou’ 🙂
And that does it for me today!
I hope you’ve enjoyed taking a look at some of products from Scrap FX.
If you’d like to see more, have a look through their store HERE
Take care and see you again!