Here is my finished project. Aren't those flowers amazing?!?!?!
ColourArte : Twinkling H2Os - Playful Peony, Deep Coral, Mandarin Citrine, Orange Peel, Meridian Blue, Teal Zircon, Lemongrass, Ginger Peach, Periwinkle, Rain Forest
ColourArte : Radiant Gels - Indian Copper
Sin City Stamps : Fairies & Blossoms, Fairies & Blossoms 2
Ranger Archival Inks- Jet Black
Modge Podge Mold (Nature) and Melts (white)
Kaiser Craft- Wood Flourish
Recollections: Woven Paper
Pacon- Multi Media paper
Maya Road - Chipboard
Photography by Doug Dellinger, DP Photography
I started by activating my Twinkling H2Os by spritzing them with water.
Twinkling H2Os. I just love how this paper turned out!
Once the paper was dry, I stamped lots of blossoms all over my my page with archival ink. I stampede 1 Extra large blossom, 2 large Blossoms, 2 Medium Blossoms, 2 small Blossoms, and 2 mini blossoms. I then fussy cut out all those blossoms.
I found some broken wooden flourishes in my drawer. (They were probably broken because I have too much goodies in the drawer.) I painted the flourishes with Rain Forest Twinkling H2Os.
While the flourishes were drying I added some Modge Podge Melts into the Nature mold.
While the molds were cooling, I matted my photo on black cardstock and started laying out my design on my background paper. I originally started with a white cardsotck but changed my mind and decided on the woven paper.
To create the title I took some "naked" chipboard and painted it with the Indian Copper Radiant Gels.
I have to admit I really love this color!
I then glued everything in place with a liquid adhesive as I was worried my ATG wouldn't adhere well to the woven paper. Once I was done I thought my paper needed something more. See how plain it looks?
And here is the finished project once again.