I spread some gesso first to fade the pattern on the background. Then I sprayed some reddish brown and moss green ink. I also painted the chipboard with the same color to make it match. I did a lot of layering; paper, chipboard, book paper, stickers and diecuts. I also used gold thread, metal charms and a clip. Here are the details;
I was inspired by the pocket, so I created a big heart pocket with a zipper. Before I adhered it, I painted the background with shimmery paint. I machine stitched a lace on the zipper and also stitched around the heart. I put lots of ephemeras, diecuts and wooden pieces in the pocket. I also layered bits and pieces under and around the photo. Here are the close-ups;
Hi! I'm excited to share my layout for the Saturday Cartoon Inspired Stash Challenge from Scrap Our Stash! The rule is to choose one of the Care Bears and create a layout based on the sketch. You must include the color of the bear you chose on your layout AND you must also include an embellishment(s) or use patterned paper with the symbol on that bears chest.
こんにちは！今日は、Scrap Our Stash の楽しいチャレンジで作ったレイアウトを紹介します。ルールは、ケアベアの中から一つ選んで、スケッチを参考にしながらレイアウトを作ること。選んだクマの色と、クマのおなかについているシンボルを使ったエンベリかパターンペーパーを使うこと。
I chose the Cheer bear (pink with a rainbow)
I started with splashing paint on white cardstock and drew seven circles with a compass. I punched holes around and stitched them with rainbow colors (I did it again!!). Then I cut the circle and adhered it to patterned paper. I did a lot of fussy cutting (clouds, umbrellas, rainbow, etc.)and popped many of them up. I hid a journal in a small pocket envelope and also added wooden flairs and a colk heart sticker. I love how colorful and happy this turned out, and I hope you like it too! Here the close-ups;
The picture inspired me to create a burst, and it reminded me of fireworks, so I did a lot of stamping, stitching to add dimention, and splattering watercolors. I really love how this turned out, and it was so fun adding different kinds of summer elements. Here are the close-ups!
I flipped the sketch and placed the picture on the right side. Instead of a star, I used a Paige Evans butterfly cutfile and backed the flowers with patterned paper. Before I adhered it, I used pan pastels to color the background. It has been a while since I last used them, and I like the soft colors. I added some splatters of paint and popped up the butterfly for dimention. I also added gems and words and a fussy cut title. Here are the details;