Hey everyone, I'm just popping in to share a few layouts I created at Swirly camp. I can't believe how productive I was. I hit a personal best in camp scrapping. I managed to get 8 layouts/projects done. These that I am sharing today were done just for fun. It's nice to just pull out some pictures and scrap for yourself, not for a design team or anything.
So my first layout is for the June Make it Prima challenge. I loved the mood for this challenge and the colors were so fun and summery.
I "borrowed" the picture from my brother's Facebook page. It's a picture of my niece at the beach. I just thought it was perfect for the French Rivera papers.
First off here is the Make it Prima June Challenge:
Like I said aren't the colors just wonderful. Plus that wonderful beachy mood.
Here is my entry. I didn't use all the colors, however I did get some of the fun blues and browns in my beach themed layout.
Here it is:
Everything on this page except for the chippies and the seashells are Prima products. That includes the stamps, gesso and mist. The papers and flowers are from the French Rivera line. The chippies are from Creative Embellishments and the title piece is from Tim Holtz.
I didn't do much to this layout, I really wanted the picture to shine. I love the "frame" of flowers I created at the bottom to highlight the photo. Overall, I'm really happy with the way it turned out.
Next up I have a layout I created using 49 and Market Vintage Artistry. I really love these papers. They are kind of neutral, so you can do what you want with them.
I thought this picture was perfect for this paper:
I did some stenciling, stamping and misting on the background using some Prima color blooms in worn leather and tea stain. The chippie pieces are by Dusty Attic and have been heat embossed with some fine gold embossing powder by Ranger.
I used a combination of Prima and 49 and Market flowers. The resin feathers were brushed with some Prima artisan powder and the I rubbed some art alchemy wax on them. I finished this layout off with some gold glitter glass and a few splats.
Stop by later this week and I'll have more to share from my scrappy week away.