Hello everyone. Today I’m posting a Graphic45′ layout which features the stunning Voyage Beneath the Sea collection. The colors, graphics, prints…so divine!
“I Love You (More Than All The Fish In The Sea)”
How gorgeous is this collection? Here are a few close ups:
Here’s a quick step by step of this layout:
So what do you reckon? I hope you enjoyed the quick snapguide & got your G45 creativity on. Thanks for popping in & I can’t wait to post some more G45 creations this year.
Hi there, how’s your week going? Mine has been busy planning on new ventures, keeping the kids occupied (it’s school holidays!), & birthdays happening left, right & center. I make sure to give myself some creative time & today I get to share with you a masculine card. This is inspired & for Berry 71 Bleu’s “Get Your Sparkle On” January Challenge:
Here’s my take on the lovely board, with a dark & shimmery masculine card:
The shades of blue & the dark starry sky are what attracted me most from the challenge board, & I tried to incorporate these to the card. My hubby will be having his birthday very soon & I hope he likes it.
I’ve embossed & painted the cogs keeping to the colors of the card.
Thanks so much for dropping by & that’s it for my quick post today. Now I’m off to do & tick off more tasks from my to-do list. Have a great weekend!
Hi there, how are you today? As for me, I wish I was at CHA right now. Just imagine all the crafty goodness all in one place. One day I’ll have to make a trip there, for sure.
My hubby is celebrating his birthday soon so this got me thinking of what I could create for him. I have a dad word wooden clock & I thought this would be perfect for his office. I wanted to create something masculine without having to use blue as a predominant color. Hence why I layered the clock with papers from the awesome American Vintage collection by 7 Gypsies:
The base/background is the Across USA paper, & the dad word is adhered with the State Plates paper. The edges have been inked with a brown inkpad.
I sure had fun building the cluster at the left side of the clock. It consists of the following 7 Gypsies goodness: Road Trip Book Knob, Antique Brass Metal Label Holder, & Correspondence Mini Ephemeras. The cog chipboards are given coats of the following Tattered Angels paints: Cowboy Glimmer Glaze, Graphite Glimmer Mist, & Crushed Shells Glimmer Mist.
Texture has been added by stamping with the same brown inkpad & Canvas Corp’s Be Beautiful Cling Stamp set, among other stamps from my stash.
The cluster is finished off with a strand of Natural Jute Rope that is lightly stained with Tattered Leather Glimmer Mist. Last but not the least is my favourite step, which is adding splatters of Gold Glimmer Mist on the clock.
I’m really pleased on how it turned out. I always enjoy creating masculine projects, & I’ll have to make a point of doing more of it this year. I hope you enjoyed my post today, & thanks heaps for dropping in. Do check out the Canvas Corp shop here. Until then.
Hi there. So nice of you to drop by. Today I’m sharing a layout for Scrap Around the World’s beautiful July mood board by Pam Ellis (one of my favourite SATW DT member :)):
My main inspiration is the top right image with the lovely blue colors & the butterfly, plus the pink color of the staircase. Here’s my layout:
“Love Adore Cherish”
I was very inspired from Louise Nelson’s techniques from SENZ last weekend. She’s such an awesome artist & thanks heaps for the wonderful class, & I sure had a good time! The use of chipboards, wire & beads I learned from her, & I applied that to suit my layout. I added a faint water coloring of pink to the edges of the cardstock, & I applied this color to the butterflies as well. It’s a pretty good match to the mood board’s color, plus I do love the color pink 🙂
Of course I had to add a few flowers (not too much, lol), some texture paste through a star stencil, & just a hint of stamps & splatters, & most importantly the journaling.
Thanks so much for all the lovely inspirations, I do appreciate them. I hope you’re having a great month! 🙂