donderdag 8 september 2016

P.S. I love you

Sometimes less is more....
I have had this idea of creating a page with minimal supplies in my head for quite some time now, and I really wanted to give it a try, using 7 Dots Studio products, but without any paper from 7 Dots Studio. Boy that was hard for me! I always want to add more and more.
I started with a blank page watercolour paper. I first applied light paste mixed with mica powder silver and the beautiful 7 Dots Studio stencil 'dots'.
Next I added some water and some splatters dark color bloom spray, and more water, until I was happy with the result.
When this was dry I stamped Homegrown clear stamps with black gesso a little bit over the dots.
Then I took some wrinkled tissue paper and white gesso, dabbering this on my page for two or three layers, around my composition.
It gives a little bit of a cloudy effect.
I painted the little chipboard hearts black and sprayed some color bloom over it, and some white gesso. The white leaves are covered with ultra fine glitter.
To give it a little bit extra I added some black painted stars, inspired by the theme from Scrapki-Wyzwaniowo September challenge 'Stars' 
I have never finished a layout as quick as this one!

I would like to enter my layout for the
Thank you for visiting!
Love, Sanderijn

14 opmerkingen:

  1. It is just beautiful! Really cool that you created such a great page with minimal supplies.


  2. Love it as always and always and always love your style sweety!!!! Thanks for playing at Scrapki-Wyzwaniowo Challenge ❤️

  3. Fantastic Sanderijn! Less can often mean more!

  4. Such a beautiful and subtle layout! Thank you for joining us over at Scrapki-Wyzwaniowo for our "Star" challenge xx

  5. Beautiful work, great smooth colours. Thank you for joining us at Scrapki-wyzwaniowo!

  6. I love your delicate project :) Cool layers ♥ Thank you for playing along with us at scrapki-wyzwaniowo!

  7. Love it, so delicate and shabby! Very creative and clever. Thank You for playing along with us at scrapki-wyzwaniowo!