I am chosen as a winner for the Dusty attic challenge May 2015 with my layout 'Always' (see below this post).
This is really an honour and I am jumping up and down here! Thank you so much Dusty attic for the amazingly generous prize!
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vrijdag 29 mei 2015
Hi everybody! This layout is inspired by the inspiration board from the Dusty Attic challenge for the month May. I was inspired by the colors and the picture from the sea. The picture I used from my daughter is taken by the sea.
Here are some close ups:
And here is the inspiration board from Dusty Attic:
Dusty attic products I used:
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donderdag 21 mei 2015
Because I recently have started scrapping again, and before that period, I didn't know about the excistence of the challenge blog Scrap around the World, I only have participated this month (may 2015) for the first time. But the previous Moodboards are beautiful as well, one in particulary, the one of march 2015. The picture of the horse is so beautiful, I immediately wanted to create a layout of that moodboard. Inspired by the middle picture 'sunshine' I wanted to use that word as the title, and the arrows I used in my layout as well as the color of the rope. So I wanted to share this layout also with you....
I used Color bloom sprays, mica powder, micro beads and inka gold to create the background and to color the flowers and embellishments....
And this was the moodboard:
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zaterdag 16 mei 2015
vrijdag 15 mei 2015
My layout 12 x 12 inch Live. Laugh. Love.
Here are some detailed pictures, I used gesso, glimmermist, inka gold and stencils to create the background. The chipboard pieces from Dusty Attic and Indigo Blu are painted and sprayed with acrylic paint, glimmermist, color bloom mist and perfect pearls mist. The flowers are painted with inka gold.
I found this amazing challenge blog en they have their 2nd anniversary this month! : Scrap around the World.
I was immediately inspired by the moodboard's picture right below in the corner...the lovely and delicate roses. It inspired me to use the picture of my daughter. This picture has exactely those colors in it: pink, white/beige and green...I had so much fun creating and compositioning my layout of 12 x 12 inch. I also was inspired by the dots on the shoes (dots on the page AND dots in the picture, the clothes my daughter wears) and the sprinkles on the edges of the martini glass. I added little strass stones randomly in the layout, and clustered them in a metal embellishment which I first painted with inka gold.
But the most wondering part came across...I left out the pink paint and papers (which I had ready to use), because of some odd reason, I found the usage of only green and beige-white more satisfying....So here is my entry for this month. if you will participate please do! The most amazing, talented artists show you their beautiful work...inspiring me so much!
Here is a picture of their moodboard...