Family Street

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Posted by Pascale B

20 May, 2018 - ,

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Hello Sweeties,

Today I’m up on Maje Design blog with a new layout featuring the Celebration collection. I chose a photo of my father with his parents and his sister taken in 1959.

Family Street by Pascale B.

I tore the Champagne sheet in three pieces, and I glued them to the Anniversary. Then, I stamped the background with a brown ink before priming it with clear gesso.

Family Street by Pascale B.

Next, I added a design with a stencil and white crackle paste. I let it dry naturally.

Family Street by Pascale B.

I die-cut some leaves in a watercolor paper, that I colored with green and brown inks.

Family Street by Pascale B.

I cut a few papers to add under the photo as well as sisal. I started to build the composition with different elements: flowers, doily’s scraps, leaves and a black street sign.

Family Street by Pascale B.

When happy, I colored lightly the background with green, brown and pink inks.

Family Street by Pascale B.

To finish the layout I added some microbeads.

Maja Design papers:


Anniversary bs

Champagne bs

Ballroom Dancing bs

May Cards

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Posted by Pascale B

6 May, 2018 - ,

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Hello Sweeties

Today I’m up on Maja Design blog with a new set of cards featuring the Vintage Summer Basics collection.

May cards by Pascale B.

Both cards were made the same way, only the flowers are different. I primed the background with clear gesso. Next, I added a design with a stencil and the Camouflage Effect Paste set.

May cards by Pascale B.

While the paste was drying, I die cut some leaves and stems in a watercolor paper. I die cut also a doily in the 1914 paper.

May cards by Pascale B.

I colored the leaves, stems and some flowers with inks.

May cards by Pascale B.

I added some color to the background before gluing all the embellishments: paper, sisal, stems, leaves, flowers, and doily.

May cards by Pascale B.

To finish the cards, I added some microbeads.

May cards by Pascale B.

Maja Design papers:

Vintage-Summer-Basics-P

1905

1926 bs

1914

Mom and Dad

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Posted by Pascale B

8 April, 2018 - ,

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Hello Sweeties

Today I’m up on Maja Design blog with a layout featuring the Denim and Friends collection. I worked with a photo of my parents.

Mom and Dad by Pascale B.

First I primed the background paper with clear gesso.Then I stamped randomly with a text stamp and a brown ink. Next, I added a design. with a stencil and white crackle paste.

Mom and Dad by Pascale B.

When the paste was dry, I colored it with teal and brown inks.

Mom and Dad by Pascale B.

I die cut some leaves as well as some wildflowers in a watercolor paper. I colored them with the same colors I used to color the background, I just added a touch of purple to the wildflowers. I colored some flowers too.

Mom and Dad by Pascale B.

I added more stamping with a black ink. Next, I cut a few papers to add under the photo and I glued all the embellishments with a 3D gel.

Mom and Dad by Pascale B.

To finish the layout, I added some microbeads.

Mom and Dad by Pascale B.

Maja Design papers:

Denim-P

Gentleman bs

Jeans and T-shirt

Fashion

Summer Shirt bs


Other products:
Flowers – WOC (Lotus, Apple FLowers);
Spray Inks – Lindy’s Gang (Sassy Sapphire, Tainted Love Teal, Whale Watch Blue, Open Arms Amethyst, Smoky Sapphire);
Magical – Lindy’s Gang (My Mojito Green);
Stamps – 49 and Market (1787, Captured Adventures set 2);
Stencil –
Die –
Die – Prima (Leaves);
Art Ingredients – Finnabair Prima (Microbeads: Bronze)
Art Extravagance – Finnabair Prima (White Crackle Paste);
Art Basics – Finnabair Prima (Clear Gesso, 3D Gloss Gel, Soft Matte Gel).

The Dame of Brissac

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Posted by Pascale B

25 March, 2018 - ,

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Hello Sweeties,

Today I’m up on Maja Design blog with a new layout featuring the Vintage Summer collection. I work with a photomontage I made.

La Dame de Brissac by Pascale B.

First, I primed the background with clear gesso. When done, I added some random stamping with different stamps and inks.

La Dame de Brissac by Pascale B.

Next, I colored the background with two inks. When dry, I added a design with a stencil and white crackle paste that I let dry naturally to allow the cracks to appear.

La Dame de Brissac by Pascale B.

When the paste was dried, I dry brushed the colored areas with white gesso to tone down the color. Next, I splattered some brown ink.

La Dame de Brissac by Pascale B.

I cut a few papers to add under the photo before gluing all the embellishments.

La Dame de Brissac by Pascale B.

Next, I added some mica flakes and microbeads.

La Dame de Brissac by Pascale B.

To finish, I added some random stamping.

Maja Design papers:

Vintage-Summer-Basics-P
1921 1910 1904 bs Paper-Pad-Vintage-Summer-Basics6×6 paper pad

Forest Beauty

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Posted by Pascale B

11 March, 2018 - ,

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Hello Sweeties

Today I’m up on Maja Design blog with a new layout featuring the Celebration collection. I chose a photomontage I’ve made.

Forest Beauty by Pascale B.

I primed the background with clear gesso. Next, I embossed a stamp design. I added also a design with a stencil and white crackle paste.

Forest Beauty by Pascale B.

While the crackle paste was drying, I primed some leaves and flowers with white gesso, while I painted others with inks.

Forest Beauty by Pascale B.

At the same time, I colored Art Stones with drawing ink and a brown ink. I painted some die cut with the same inks.

Forest Beauty by Pascale B.

Next, I added some color to the background with different inks.

Forest Beauty by Pascale B.

I cut a few papers to add under the phot, and I glued all the embellishments.

Forest Beauty by Pascale B.

To finish the layout, I colored lightly the flowers and the leaves, and I added the Art Stones.

Maja Design papers:


Celebration

Birthday

Glamour bs

6×6 Paper Pad

mm

Pascale B

Hello, I’m Pascale B. from France.
Since I began to scrap, flowers are part of my layouts, and I gradually started to use mixed media as well. I don’t know how to define my style, perhaps something like free vintage shabby style could be a good definition.
Visit me at www.pbhobby.blogspot.com