Saturday, June 18, 2016

June Projects for
2Crafty Chipboards

Dear readers,
Ready for more inspirations? :)
 
I'm here today to share 2 layouts I have created for 2Crafty Chipboards.
In this first layout, I have scrapped based on a photo taken during our recent trip to Universal Studio Singapore. 
 

On this layout, I wanted to have some clean space and also focus on layering the 
chipboards and flowers which I have fussy cut from a pattern paper.
Here are some close up photos for more details. 
Note that I have lightly applied a layer of Kaisercraft metallic gold paint to all the chipboards.
 

I have popped up the photo with some 3D glue dots and layered the title 
"Happiness is This" on top of the photo to make it really pop :)
In this photo, you get a glimpse of how I have layered the fussy cut flowers as well.


Here is another example of how I raised up the title chipboard with 3D glue dots which 
adds to the attraction and definitely looks much better than lying flat on the paper. 
It gives the whole layout a dimensional feel too.

 
In this last photo, I would like to zoom down to the worn look of the border chipboard. 
This is easily achieved as I have only lightly applied the gold paint and still allow some
 parts of the original chipboard to come through.
To finish off the layout, I have added on some speckles of gold and white paint around 
the page. Hope you like what  have share today and these are the 2Crafty chipboards used:
 
 
2Crafty Chipboard Used
Festive Music Notes 
 Happiness is This Mini Title 
 
Festive Music Notes (unit of 3)   Happiness is this Mini Title (unit of 3)  
Just the 3 of Us and Chevron Bits
Just the 3 of Us (unit of 3)  Chevron Bits (units of 3)
Other supplies:
Kaisercraft Metallic Gold Paint, Kaisercraft White Paint, EK 3D foam dots
Kaisercolour - Gold  Kaisercolour - White  
 

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For the second layout, I'm turning the spotlight to my boy.
 
Lots of Tim Holtz distress inks and stencils were used on this page.
 
 
Scroll on to check out the close up photos and write up on how I have altered the chipboards.
 
 
On this title chipboard, I have actually gave it a layer of white gesso, followed by dabbing
 Tim Holtz distress ink in broken china and ripe persimmon. Topping it up with a last
 layer of black gesso.
On the Harlequin clumps, to get the rusty look, I have dab with distress ink peeled paint,
 and aged mahagony and added on some white speckles.
 
 
On these chipboards, I have dabbed them all with distress ink directly to the raw chipboard.
  • On the flourishes, they were very lightly dab with distress ink in black soot so that part of the original chipboard still shows.
  • On the interlocking grid panel and arrows, they were dabbed generously with distress ink in ripe persimmon. I allow the ink to soak into the chipboard. Another reason why I have directly inked on the raw chipboard is to allow the ink to appear in a darker shade.
  • The circle frame was actually from a left over chipboard that was holding the original piece. I dabbed it with distress ink in broken china, add some white speckles and to complete the look, I gently rub on some black gesso with my finger :)
  • As for the star chipboards, I have inked them with distress ink in weathered wood, add on some white speckles, and dab on the left over black gesso from my finger.
  2Crafty Chipboards used:
Asst Arrows
Love You To The Moon Set
Interlocking Grid Panel
 
Asst Arrows  (units of 3)  Love You to the Moon Set (unit of 3)  Interlocking Grid Panel (units of 3)
Elegant Flourishes, Handsome Little Man, Harlequin Clumps
Elegant Flourishes (unit of 3)  Handsome Little Man (unit of 3)  Harlequin Clumps  (units of 3)
Other supplies:
        Image result for tim holtz ray stencil  
Image result for ranger distress ink peeled paint   


Hope you like what I have shared today.
Happy Crafting!

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