Friday, March 13, 2015

More inspiration from Tracey.....

Good morning everyone!
Today I want to inspire you with more gorgeous work from the very talented Tracey Gregory.

First up

'Smile'


Tracey says that she is lucky to have a photogenic daughter who is a good sport about doing photo shoots- she always has a pic for (most) any color scheme. She is an avid book worm and music lover so these papers were perfect!


All the papers shown are from the kit and paper add-ons. She covered an old frame by mod-podging one of the BoBunny cut outs. She fussy cut multiple layers of papers and distressed then inked them.


She colored the 'smile'  with gold sharpie and affixed it to a beaded ribbon from her stash with glossy enamel. The lovely gold lace trim is from the kit-it feels like luxury and she also used it again as trim on the right side of the page.
 The flowers are from the floral add-on of the February Scraps of Elegance Kit. The metal feathers from the kit were attached to the large flower to add a bit of edge and variety of textures.

These sweet bird chippies are by Blue Fern and included in the kit. First she colored them with peach gelatos and stamped them in brown with a stamp. She added white highlights before covering them with glossy accents. 
next up
'Steampunk cards'


She can never resist crackling something so she highlighted the balloon heart and chippie basket. The little hearts pop out of the balloon chippie so she colored them with gelatos, reinserted the large one to mimic the pattern and scattered the tiny hearts around the card.  She highlighted details with a copper pen, including the butterflies.



The watch part chippies are also Blue Fern which received treatments with metallic rub n buff in gold and pantina. She brought her stickles out to play to created more texture and crackled her chess pieces.
Thanks for stopping by
 

2 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh... these layers are so yummy! I love the funky steampunk cards- perfect!

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  2. Each piece is just gorgeous! Thanks for sharing.

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