Monday, 1 January 2018

Scrap The Girls January 2018

'I got the Blues'

These photos are from a great day at the Beach at Jurien Bay a number of years ago now. That little doggie was my sister's West Highland Terrier. My sister came up and booked a holiday home there as well and we all had a great time!

I was inspired by the guitar in that my background stencilling is sheet music!!
 Of course the different shades of blue were quite inspiring and among my favourite colours too!! 
The word phrase "make your life a story worth telling" is reflected in the photos I think because they show Sarah was not afraid to tackle anything !!

To make the mixed media  background I was inspired by a video tutorial released recently by the artist Kim Price.
  Kim Price Art

My page has turned out quite differently as I have used Tim Holtz Dioxide inks rather than paints.
I painted a 12 x 12 cardboard with white Gesso, then stencilled with moulding paste and then when dry rubbed the page through the wet oxide ink on my non stick craft mat.  I found it didn't give such a good coverage so I used my pipette and more water ,  sucked the colour up and dropped it where I wanted  and dried with my heat gun. Kim's original design doing this using paint  was clearly the better option!!
However it turned out quite nicely!!

Products used

 Kaisercraft 12 x 12 cardboard sheet
Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Inks
Salty Ocean
Broken China
Faded Jeans
Rainbow Splendour Flag
Make A Wish Bits and Pieces Bow
49&Market Floral Mixology "Ocean Breeze"
Bella Boulevard Puffy Stars Stickers-Blueberry Mix
Dress My Craft Sequins- Sea Breeze
Pretty Pink Posh sequins- Cornflower
Lets Party Paper Straws
Tim Holtz Manilla Tag
Couture Creations Go Press and Foil Machine
and Go Press and Foil Heat Activated Foil
Blue Fern Studios Chipboard Shells
2Crafty word title- Day  at The Beach
Golden Gel Medium Light Moulding Paste
Cocoa Vanilla Studios Bohemian Dream Collection
 Papers-Gypsy Heart
            -Wild and Free
The Crafter's Workshop Stencil -Mini Sheet Music

Thanks Rikki Graziani for the tip on sticking down all the sequins!!

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