Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Journal Notes with Helmar


Hi, it's my turn over at Helmar USA today and I am sharing a journal I made to take notes of my ideas, sketches and/or to-do list.  It is small enough to carry in my art bag or even my purse.  Well I do carry a big purse ...

Rather than downloading a lot of photos I decided to make a quick video on youtube:






It is funny how you start off with one idea for creating a journal cover and it just morphs into something different.  Does this happen to you?  Well it helps when you are using good product and I love using my Helmar Adhesives.  I have been using this brand for years. 

Today I used:







This journal was fun to make and I loved doodling on my book and getting a little drawing in.  Below you will find the list of products I used besides my Helmar.



Thank you for stopping by today ...



Other Product Used:
Paper: K&Co., Basic Grey; Embellishments: Heidi Swap (resist ephemera), Paint:  Art Anthology, Ranger Inkssentials black Enamel; Spray:  Lindy's Stamp Gang, Tattered Angels; Gesso: Pro Art; Tools: Martha Stewart bone folder, Copic alcohol pen, Ranger, Zig Millennium .05 pen, Stabilo black, Stencil (Heidi Swapp); Misc: Beads



Thursday, April 09, 2015

Leaky Shed Studio "Scatter Joy" Card




Hi today I would like to share with you my "Scatter Joy" stacked flower card using Leaky Shed Studio "Bird Branch" chipboard.

I would like to start with photos of my process; using lots of paint, stickles and layers of paper.  I also used the Outlines Rubber stamps that I have had for eons but still love.  This flower stack is from the "Blossoms" series.


Painted the base of my Kraft Card with Art Anthology paint


Prepared my chipboard with a layer of Pro Art gesso


Painted on some dimensional paint on top of gesso


Painted the leaves with an alcohol ink Copic Marker


Used Ranger "emboss it" and some Gary Burlin clear embossing powder on the 
Leaky Shed Studio chipboard


Finished card with layers of bazzill, my stamped and fuzzy cut flowers and 
spreckles of white paint



Thank you for stopping by today, be sure to head on over to Leaky Shed Studio today and say hello.

Happy Scrapping ...

Leaky Shed Studio Product Used:
Chipboard Shapes - Bird Branch

Other Product Used:
Bazzill, Art Anthology, Ranger Stickles, DaVinci Paint, Emboss It, Outline Stamps, Gary Burlin Embossing Powder, Outlet Eyelets, Copic Markers, Outlines Rubber Stamps (Blossom Series), Pro Art Gesso

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Baby Layout with Leaky Shed Studio Swirl



Hi, I created this cute Baby layout of my niece for Leaky Shed Studio today.  I do not normally scrap with lots of blank space but I knew I wanted several elements on this page; so I thought a plain background would enhance the photo, chipboard and paper piecing.  Plus I wanted to create something out of my wheel house.

Tips and Techniques:


I took out a white piece of Bazzill cardstock and sprayed some blue to go along with the color theme.


I then prepared my LSS chipboard with a couple of coats of Pro Art gesso.  I let it dry between coats.


I wanted my LSS chipboard to be yellow to add a complementary color to my layout.  So I embossed the all the chipboard with the yellow first.  


Then I decided to add sprinkles of the chunky white enamel in order to soften the yellow and give the layout a more shabby feel.



After preparing my chipboard and base for my layout I started to add my cute embellishments and paper piecing.




I love that photo of my niece and had a great time creating this layout for Leaky Shed Studio.  I hoped you enjoyed it. 

Leaky Shed Studio Product Used:


Other Product Used:

Bazzill, Helmar, Art Anthology, Stampendous, Ranger, Wow, MLYB, Pro Art

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

March Playtime and Leaky Shed Studio

Hi first let me wish you all a Happy St. Patrick's Day!



My layout today is of my cute nephew as a baby.  My twins sisters and I would take our children to the Polliwog Park for picnics and playtime.  I themed the layout with frogs because of "polliwog" park. 

I used lots of Leaky Shed Studio chippies in this one.


My friends laugh at me because I usually scrapbook without pictures.  Well this time I had the pictures.  I also used Sizzix cute bug die cuts, QuicKutz frogs and also AccuCut lily pad die cuts.  I even had journaling, yeah me!
 

 

Leaky Shed Studio Products Used:
Please go on over to the Leaky Shed Studio blog today and say hello.
Thank you for stopping by ...

Thursday, March 12, 2015

St. Patrick's Day Layout with Helmar


Today my layout is being featured over at Helmar!  I was asked to make something for St. Patrick's day so I came up with this simple St. Patty's layout.  I used the Helmar adhesive runner.  This runner is permanent and you can buy replacement cartridges to reload.


I had some St. Patty's paper in my stash so I wanted to use that up.  I should really join a "stash" board ...

I ran some bazzill cardstock through my computer to title my page then I started layering


I also used Helmar's zapdots.  These are great when you want some height and dimension in your work.




I wish you all a very happy St. Patrick's day and thank you for stopping by.



Helmar Product Used:

Sunday, March 01, 2015

Vintage Cameo Card with Leaky Shed Studio


Just a quick post today sharing my card I designed for Leaky Shed Studio.  Go on over to their blog for more photos.

I used LSS new cameo chipboard and also their large damask chipboard.  I used gesso, copics, embossing power, gold speciality paper and gold spray and paint.



I also used my favorite "go to" embellishments.  Flowers, Ribbon and Jewels.



Happy Scrapping ....




Leaky Shed Studio Product Used:
Cameo
Lg. Damask

Other Product Used:
Flowers:  I am Roses, Prima Marketing; Adhesive:  Helmar; Paint: Folk Art; Ink Spray:  Lindy's Stamp Gang, Stampendous, Tattered Angels, Paste: BoBunny Glitter Paste; Ribbon:  May Arts; Embossing Powder:  Gary Burlin, Wow; Misc:  Microbeads, Copic Markers, Bazzill,  Paper: stash, colorbok





Thursday, February 19, 2015

Steampunk Canvas Goodbye




Hi, today is my last post for Art Anthology, its been fun but time to move on.  Plus my next major project is to remodel my craft room so that is going to take a while.

So this month Art Anthology challenged us to make a steampunk themed project.  I decided to re-do a canvas that I was demoing at CHA and repurpose it.


I had originally planned on just adding to my pastel canvas but then decided to go grungy.  So
I went from this ...


To my steampunk inspired canvas.


I started with stone effects and stencils


Then added colorations spray


After, I added more stencils with a mixture of texture paste (stucco) and sorbet (mi bella)


Then I started adding layers of embellishments.




Thank you for stopping by today, happy scrapping ...



Art Anthology Product Used:
Sorbet: Mi Bella; Stone Effects: Lava; Colorations: Raider, Peacock Feathers, Waimea Bay; Dimensional Gemstone: Amber; Texture Paste: Amber; Stencils: Blossom, Bubbles, Inspired Grunge; Tools: matt, catalyst, gesso

Other Product Used:
Stampendous, Ranger, Basically Bare, Maya Road, Ideaology, 7 Dot Studio, American Tag, Faber Castell pit pen
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