Layout and art journal by Heike`sAugenBlick

by Heike Bruhn

Hello my dear blog readers,

how are you?

Here in Europe the summer with 36 degree Celsius has definitively started.

My garden is full of Life, butterflies, birds and all my flowers have grown beautifully.

But anyway..

I created for you a scrapbook page with a photo from my daughter Mia.

The photo is taken with the mobile phone.

I love the dreamy look from the pic.

One day I’ll fly away is a song from Randy Crawford

and at the moment one of my favourite songs on my playlist.

I think the title matches perfectly with growing up kids.

As my daughter on this pic years ago. She was also out to learn to fly.

“One day I’ll fly away”

I love the new diamonds stencil…absolutely perfect for a stencil Background.

Love this butterfly and bookprint transparency

The combination diamonds stencil and art deco panel stamp….. so stunning.

For the chipboards I used: white gesso, yellow acrylic and then yellow embossing powder.

I created also an art journal page in my altered book.

At the moment I like to create with photo transfers. The photo is a building here in my hometown.

Nijmegen is the oldest city in our country The Netherlands.

So many old buildings to take pictures of.

Perfect for my new love!!

I used from Scrap Fx:

Art Phrase stencil

Triangle Pentagons stencil

Diamonds stencil

Flower Buds stencil

John & Harry stencil SMALL

Mini Roses stencil

Art Words transparency

Bookprint transparency

Butterflies transparency

Love transparency

Art Deco Panel stamp

Journey stamp

Leafy Circle Stamp

Round & Round stamp

Fairy frame

Fairy Magic

Fairy on Branch

I also used:

Heavy gesso,

Black acrylic,

Red acrylic,

Yellow acrylic,

Gray acrylic,

Creme acrylic,

Ecoline

Embossing powder

Glasbeads, Glitter, Sequin,

Cardstock,

Posca pen,

Black Ink,

So as always I will say thank you for your visiting and commenting

on my blog-post. I hope  my dt project inspires you to create with

the fantastic products from ScrapFx.

Until then….

xoxo

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