Happy Thanksgiving to all our Canadian friends!
Since it is mixed media Monday I have a few spectacular projects to show you!
First up is Lisa Novogrodski with this amazing layout using the
Scraps Of Darkness Danse Macabré Kit. She really shows how versatile even our Halloween kits are - would you have guessed this was done with a Halloween kit?!
The background of her page is cardboard and the first layer is Graphic 45 Rare Oddities. She used Lisa Gregory's technique of spraying the edges with Lindy's Mists and gently pulling them away from the background in a distressed manner. She used Lindy's on the cardboard along with Lumiere in gold.
The florals are a mix of Petaloo and some rosettes she created. We always receive a beautiful mixed of flowers in the add on each month. You can find them - here
She also used a piece of chipboard she had in her stash. She embossed the chipboard with a watermark resist pad and then used her favorite powders "Stampendous" Spoonful of Rust Embossing Powder. This was included in our Creativity Add On, found here
She used some stamps to create the leaves. The background is masked in brown and purple. She tucked a little owl into the background cut out from the Rare Oddities papers.
Next up is this stunning layout from Anna using our October Scraps Of Elegance kit
now for the details....
Next I really want to show you this gorgeous layout from Lisa Griffith using our September
Scraps Of Elegance kit
and finally this outstandingly wonderful creation from Stephanie also using our
September Scraps Of Elegance kit
This is a 30x30 canvas!
She worked here with crackle accent and Lindy's Stamp Gang inks to get this very strong crackle effect and the dark inks amplify this texture in a very nice way. She created this canvas around an orange and brown color palette, and she used many flowers with orange, pink and brown tones from the kit and previous kits. She enjoyed using metal elements here (Graphic45 ornate Metal Key Holes from the Elements Add On / Artémio flowers) that were the perfect complement to this project.
here are some details!