Thursday, August 28, 2014

Bonnie's projects with our Raindrops On Roses Kit

Good morning crafty peeps!

Today I get to share a couple of projects that are gorgeous!  I mean GORGEOUS from the ever talented Bonnie!

She created this fabulous layout with the August Raindrops On Roses Kit, using this months mood board for inspiration!

now lets check out all the beautiful details...

She cut out a phrase from the Authentic Life Cards that came in the main kit for the title and placed them inside one of the frames. I used the sprays from the color add on behind it and embellished the top corner with flowers from the kit.  I love how she used a boarder punch randomly around the background paper.

She used a Prima mask and homemade modeling paste and the pink and blue sprays from the kit.  She dry brushed the flowers and leaves with gesso. 

She placed the photo on pop dots on top of  theses super cute frames that I layered on top of each other, and she fussy cut the black clock from the middle piece of one of the frames. I also used a embossing pen and the embossing powder that came in the Creativity add on. It is very subtle but if you look closely you can see the squiggled lines coming off the four corners of the central part of the layout.  She also splattered some of the sprays.

Next I want to show you this amazing art journal.....

Can you believe she has NEVER did an art journal before and her first one turns out this amazing? She did this with the Creativity Add On from this month's kit!

For the first page she used a Butterfly stencil and some homemade modelling paste and the Lindy sprays from the color add on. When some of the colours blended I got purple, and the blue took on a teal colour with the black spray....mists are so awesome!!!!  She coloured the butterflies with Stickles and used a Prima stitches stamp, some Lindy's embossing powder from my stash and some black gelatos around the edges of the page.

For the second page she used the pink spray from the color add on. She also used gesso on both pages. She sprayed water on first, then the pink, and then hit it with the heat gun till dry. She kept repeating this process till she was satisfied with the result. She also did do a bit of dabbing with a paper towel.  She used the stencil that came in the Creative add on and used modeling paste, some black paint and a old gift card to make some random black lines, and also black lines in between each "sun ray" of the stencil, and the embossing powder from the add on kit on the black flowers.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

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