Hello,today I am here to share with you a couple LO’s I did. The first one is using the Beautiful Vintage Summer Basics Collection….
My girl friend took these photo’s of her daughter….
From the Vintage Summer Basics Collection I used:1921,1922,1903_BS,1899,1908,1891,1924_BS & from the Vintage Spring Basics Collection I used: 3rd of May
The chipboard used is Dusty Attic. The flowers,ballet slippers & Ballerina are Prima.
Here are some closeups of detail…
I did my usual distressed layers,adding some lace,cheesecloth & ribbon into the layers..
I also did some punch work…
I used a spectrum noir marker (EB7) on the doily & the music notes….
On the rest of the chipboard I used picket fence crackle paint,&once that dried I rubbed in some brown chalk & inked the edges….
Here is my next LO ,I did using the Fika Collection, & yes I am wishing for Spring,we have had a very long cold winter!! We still have lots of snow on the ground,but the days are getting warmer & longer. The photo is of me, in our garden taken in the Spring.My plant combinations in this area are thunderchild trees,& golden elders in the back. In the front I use hosta’s with alluimn. I used Nadia’s Beautiful March sketch for Dusty Attic….
From the Fika Collection I used: Vaaffla m bjornbassylt, Marzipanbakelse, Marzipanbakelse-BS, Bjornbarsrutor, & Blabarssylt-BS
I also used 1932-BS,from Vintage Summer Basics & 5th of May-BS from Vintage Spring Basics.
The chipboard used is Dusty Attic.
The flowers are Petaloo & Dusty Attic. The paint used is Dusty Attic.
Here are some close ups of detail….
On the deVine Frame I first used a spectrum noir marker #EB7,then painted the leaves with DA Forrest & once that dried I applied DA crackle. I let that dry,then dry painted on DA jungle green paint on to the leaves….
I used the same marker on the birdcage & the stems of the buds. On the buds,berries & the birdcage, I applied some DA sugar plum paint,then once that I applied crackle. Once that dried I dabbed on some razzelberry,LuminArt’,to bring out more tones….
I used the same on the Alpha….