Thursday, January 19, 2017

Gorgeous Smile - With Imaginarium Designs!

Today I have a scrapbook page to share with you made using lots of gorgeous Imaginarium Designs chipboard

I've used a photo of Rachael dressed to impress (lawyer style) for work experience at the District Courts.
I've started with a sheet of 12x12 white cardstock and added splatters of my Prima Watercolor Confections - Decadent Pies paints (navy, gold and a pink/peach colour).  I've used the Fancy Pants "Golden Days" collection papers and flair - available from Scrapping Clearly.
I've left the chipboard raw for this project - the raw colour coordinates perfectly with the papers I've used and works well with the modern look of the page. 
These "Lou's heart shapes" are some of my favourite and I love their larger size. 
There are such a fabulous range of chipboard phrases available - it takes the guess work out of deciding on a title! 
A flair and small flower are perfect accompaniments to this chipboard dress - and you can never have too many words on your page! 
Imaginarium Designs chipboard I've used includes 

Gorgeous Smile : Code IDP0173

Beautiful delightful wonderful: Code IDW0072
small dress : code IDT0005
 Lou's heart shapes : code IDDL0015
Nats hearts 1 : code IDD0042
All of my photos have been printed on an Epson XP-600
Thanks so much for stopping by
Crafty Hugs xx
Karyn

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Art Journalling - With Scrapping Clearly!

Today I have some Art Journal pages to share with you, made using lots of arty goodies from Scrapping Clearly. 

These are some of my pages in one of the paper bag journals for the "Circle Journal" group I'm in.

I've used Dylusions paints (fresh lime, bubble gum pink, calypso teal, white linen, black marble) applied with a Ranger mini-ink blending tool.
Next I use some stencils to apply the same colour paints across the pages. I also use a variety of different sized round lids to stamp paint (white and black) across the pages.  
Then I've stamped various stamps across the page and around the borders. I've used the white Dylusions paint pen to draw some circles in clusters on my page - these pens are fabulous!! Lastly I smeared black Gelato around the edge of the pages with my finger.
I also created a tag using the same techniques - I just love how it turned out. I prefer the smaller size of a tag compared to a journal page :) 

Scrapping Clearly products I've used include

Dylusions Paints  
Ranger mini ink blending tool 
Stencils
KaiserCraft stamps 
Dylusions Paint Pens
Black Licorice Gelato 

Thanks so much for stopping by

Crafty Hugs xx
Karyn

Monday, January 2, 2017

Documenting Christmas - With Scrapping Clearly!

Today I'm showing you the first 2 pages of my Documenting Christmas Project Life Album

I've used lots of Christmas products all available in the  Scrapping Clearly Store.

The photos are of putting up our Christmas tree and the antics of our 2 elves Elfie and Sparkle :)
Here is a close-up of the LHS. For these 2 pages I've selected all of the black, white and gold cards from the Heidi Swapp "Christmas" Project life kit.    
I've handwritten journalling on some strips of white cardstock and attached them to one of the gold glitter acetate overlays. Behind the overlay is a white card. I've also attached some star sequins. 
There are lots of fun acetate overlays in the kit, I've attached a black and gold sequin as accents for this one. 
I love this photo of Jessica at gymnastics - how high is that jump!! 
Here is a close-up of the RHS. I love all the different black and white patterned cards! 
Some black sequins and a chipboard element are perfect accents for this card.  
On this card I've added a wood veneer word, washi tape, star sequins and a glitter overlay. 
Scrapping Clearly products I've used include

Heidi Swapp "Christmas" Project life kit   
Teresa Collins "Candy Lane" chipboard elements    
Teresa Collins "Candy Lane" washi tape    
Teresa Collins "Something Wonderful" sequins    
Becky Higgins project life pocket pages design Y  
Becky Higgins - white project life cards 
WRMK Fuse 

Thanks so much for stopping by
Crafty Hugs xx

Karyn