Monday, 30 November 2015

Lets Get Sketchy Blog Hop

Welcome to the Lets Get Sketchy/Picture This “ My One Word” Blog Hop. 

You should have come from Connie's blog, http://www.timestocherish.blogspot.ca/

If you have stumbled across this by chance and want to play along, then you can head back to the Let's Get Sketchy site to begin with Buffy and start collecting your challenge words. These words should be bold on each DT member’s blog

Next up on the hop is Joefil, http://joefilcate.blogspot.com/ 
Make sure you hop on over to her blog to check out her wonderful NEW inspiration that she has for you. 

Don’t forget, each team member has a word hidden someone on their page please grab all the words for your chance at an extra prize!

 
Now here is a NEW layout to share with you and it's titled Life is Beautiful. I have used papers from Webster's Pages
 

For my background I began with a mask and modelling paste. Once dry l added pink and red ink. Then over the top l added some stamping and ink splatters in black.
Here are some close ups

Then l began to added layers under my photo using paper, felt flowers, ribbon and lace

For the large chipboard embellishment and my title, l covered these with distress stain from Ranger and clear embossing powder, then added perfect pearls over the top.
The pink chipboard has two layers  - one of distress paint in Spun Sugar then perfect pearls in Blush.
 
Remember to play along in our hop challenge to win the wonderful prize from our sponsor, Creative Embellishments!  If you get lost along the way, head on back over to Let’s Get Sketchy for the line up! You can find us HERE
 
Please feel free to follow my blog and l will repay the "love"
 
 

5 comments:

  1. Love your layers...so pretty:)

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  2. I really like the textures and the subtle color palette!

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  3. Great layering....lovely colors....

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  4. Beautiful page. Love all the details.

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  5. This is gorgeous. I love mixed media.

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