Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Kicked Up Kraft *** Splash Of Color Guest Designer***

I am sharing another layout I created for my Guest Design Spot at Splash Of Color. Who knew that Kraft paper could be so darn beautiful just by adding a little bit of Splash of Color product!! Ok I added a whole lot of Splashes of Color!! To start off, I edged punch a 12x12 piece of plain old Kraft card stock. Added a not of soft inking using a Prima  mask around the perimeter of the paper. I then used Viva Inka Gold Metallic Rub in Bronze and Indian Yellow rubbed around the inside edges all around the page. I did a bit of sewing as well. The edge was punch using one of my fave Martha Stewart punch around the page sets "Cherish".

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I die cut a tag using Sizzix Tag and Bookplate die. I cut 2 pieces. One in Kraft paper the other in thin chipboard. I ran the kraft tag through my machine with a Sizzix Embossing folder. I sewed around the perimeter of the tag. Using the same 2 Inka Gold colors, I lightly rubbed them over the embossed parts of the tag. Then I adhered the embossed tag to the chipboard making it nice and sturdy. I used a cream colored seam binding and colored it with Silks Acrylic Glaze in Nutmeg adding a spray of water to blend it into the ribbon. When the ribbon was dry, I rubbed in some more of the Inka Gold in Brinze and Indian yellow to give it a bit of a varigated look. It came out gorgeous.The die cut swirl on the tag was rubbed with Inka Gold in Bronze. No primer needed. The butterfly is a Blue fern Studios piece that I absolutely love. It is from the Brigitte Butterfly set.

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I created a Mat for my photo. Using a 1 inch foam brush, I painted the perimeter of white cardstock with Viva Crackle Base coat For Porous Surfaces. When it was dried I then brushed on Viva Croco Crackling Color in white. When that was dry and crackles, I rubbed on some Silks Acrylic Glaze in Nutmeg and Apricot Nectar. Then finished the edges with Inka Gold in Indian yellow. I also edged my photo in the Indian yellow before I adhered it to the mat.

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Here is just a close up of the embossed tag. I added some tiny dots inbetween the diamonds with a Viva Pearl Pen in Gold. The Blue Fern Studios Brigitte Butterfly was primed with some white gesso. Then it was painted with Silks Acrylic Glaze in Apricot Necter and Plumaria. Oh the colors are so so beautiful and rich!! It was then topped off with the Pearl Pen in Gold.

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Another piece of Blue Fern Studios Optimist Word Set chipboard was primed and painted the same way with the same colors as the butterfly.

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The flowers were die cut from white Mulberry paper. They were painted with Silks Acrylic Glaze in Apricot Nectar, Coral Berry and Plumeria. They were topped with a pearl and surrounded with dots created with Viva Pearl Pen in goal. The leaves were all die cut from Kraft paper and rubbed with Inka Gold in Green/Yellow then lightly kissed with Silks Acrylic Glaze in Olve vine and when dry, rubbed with Inka Gold in Indian yellow and Bronze.

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PRODUCTS USED:
LuminArte Silks Acrylic Glaze in: Apricot Nectar, Nutmeg, Plumaria, Coral Berry, Olive Vine
Viva Colour Inka Gold Metallic Rub in: Indian Yellow, Bronze, Green Yellow
Viva Colour Crackle Paint: Crackle Base Coat For Porous Surfaces, Croco Crackling Color White



Thank you for visiting to see my creation toady!! I have fallen in love with the marriage of Kraft paper and Splash Of Color Product that I am doing another one..Stay tuned!!

4 comments:

Debbie L Gregory said...

Wow, this is stunning. The colors look so amazing together, with all the gorgeous elements and techniques. Just beautiful.

Lizzyc said...

This is really beautiful, you have made the kraft paper shine!

langeatheart said...

Gorgeous layout Lisa! I am so torn who has the best chipboard? You make everything look beautiful!Which die cutting machine should I wish for at Christmas? Oh decisions. It's your flower layouts that I so want to try! Have a circuit and a silhouette but they don't carry and Tim Holtz or Cheery Lynn or Sellbinders dies! Help!
All the best Pam
http://mybeaner.blogspot.ca/

langeatheart said...

Gorgeous layout Lisa! I am so torn who has the best chipboard? You make everything look beautiful!Which die cutting machine should I wish for at Christmas? Oh decisions. It's your flower layouts that I so want to try! Have a circuit and a silhouette but they don't carry and Tim Holtz or Cheery Lynn or Sellbinders dies! Help!
All the best Pam
http://mybeaner.blogspot.ca/