Hi ScrapFX friends, Arantzazu Here!
Today I want to show you two projects (I decided at the last minute create the second one….)
Today I’m not going to show you a layout … hahaha
First of all is a dream catcher. I have created it from scratch! At first it seemed complicated, especially to create that spiderweb … but it’s easier than you think. I have created it following a step by step on youtube …. I wanted the central stamp to stand out! I think I’ve got it … what do you think ???
Katie here today sharing one of my 3D altered project… It’s a continuation of my candy house on our last Blog Hop… This 3D assemblage artwork is greatly inspired from the fable Hansel & Gretel’s candy house… However, instead of building a candy house, I built my very own candy world with a little candy house on top of a mountain of candy floss…
I’m using a great variety of ScrapFX chippies to create this, which is completely off the page… I hope this will give you some insights in how to use lasercut chippies differently…
Allow me to extend my cutest welcome to my little candy world… Cheers!!!
Hello there! Riikka here to share my second page with the new designs! And not Christmas-like at all, like I promised! The page is done about my two daughters. If you think the pictures look a bit official – they are. It’s their first passport shots. I thought it would be fun to document those and also the anticipation they have for their first flight trip within Europe.
When I first saw the Scribble Roses, I knew I had to use them! I think those chippies are just so awesome! They’d make a great card as well, really easily. For this page I left the rose chippies in their own color but added the color underneath. I just used the little round inking tool to add a blob of color in there and then glued the chippie on top. Done in a minute!
I also used the “Wrought Iron” stamp and the “Fleur Motif” mask in the page, treating them both like stamps. To the mask I added first some Distress Ink and then sprayed gently with water and pressed the mask then to the paper getting the delicate shapes behind the photo clusters. The lace like patterns in the corner of the page are done with the stamp using the same procedure – first adding some Distress Ink and then misting a touch of water on top. I also added chipboard shapes to the corners, both colored white using gesso. A bird to the other corner and a heart to the other.
Thank you for your visit! Wishing you a pleasant day!
There’s a Finnish song titled, roughly translated, “well now, has it become summer in the middle of winter”. So this post could be a mirrored version of that – Christmas in the middle of the summer! Riikka here today sharing a layout I did using some products of the new collection! But I have to say to my defense – I still had some Christmas photos to scrap and most of all, the Antique Cutlery chippies reminded me about Christmas dinner!
I chose not to do a red layout but instead went with green as it suited this season better. And it’s the color of the Christmas tree as well! In the photo my two daughters are decorating the tree in the dining room. They had so much fun deciding where to put the decorations and my mom and myself were lifting them from time to time to get some decorations to the top branches as well.