I recently received my 'Sparkle and Shine' Scraps Of Darkness kit and I couldn't wait to get creating.
When I saw the Prima Paper Rose Quartz - Stone Quartz the idea for this layout came to me
This awesome photo was taken by my niece last year
To Begin with I fussy cut one of the worlds out of the paper and layered it over the Grateful heart paper and the Rose Dreams paper.
I added Papermania Wild Rose Jumbo Crochet Trim from the elements add on.
I created a cluster using flowers from the main kit and floral add on and these really cool feathers from the elements add on. I also double matted the photo and used foam dots for dimension
Here is a close up of those really pretty flowers. I also added some Prima Rose Quartz Puffy Stickers from the main kit - they are really cute!
I finished off with a title using the 'LOVE' from the puffy stickers and some letter stickers from my stash
I am so excited to share this layout.
I normally do not scrapbook in pink - just not my color BUT these gorgeous papers and elements may have changed my mind!
For this layout I used some the awesome Simple Stories Beautiful paper from the Sparkle and Shine kit.
I started by layering the fabulous papers and added a border sticker from the main kit then lightly distressed the edges.
I then painted the some chipboard from my stash with Art C Ultra Chalk Paint in Victorian Pink from a previous Scraps Of Darkness kit. I added some Ranger Rose Quartz embossing powder (from a previous kit) and heat set it. In the color add on is this gorgeous Jacquard Lumiere True Gold Acrylic Paint that I brushed on with my finger to keep with the lightly gold theme.
For the chipboard frame from my stash I embossed it with one of my favorite embossing powders - Stampendous aged black embossing enamel from a previous Scraps Of Darkness kit.
Check out all those stunning flowers from the main kit and floral add on!
Here is another another layout I created using the Wayfarer kit!
I love creating beach layouts - probably because thats one of my favorite places to be!
When I saw this piece of paper - Pacific Coast - from Blue Fern Studios in the kit - my mouth dropped! It is gorgeous! I really wanted to create a layout that did it justice!
I chose an older photo of Cody that matched so beautifully with the elements
I did some mixed media work with s stencil, sand medium and Lindys Stamp Gang mist and Brusho turquoise powder. I sprayed some cheese cloth with the mists too, added some prills from previous kits and some Prima Art pebbles also from a previous kit and shells from my stash!
The Prima Resin Frame is beautiful! To add to its beauty I misted it, added the brusho powder color, and prills! The title piece I found in the Prima Traveler's Journal Ephemera & Stickers from the main kit...I wrinkled it and added some ink and the same brusho color.
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