Now for my next big secret that I have been harboring for a few weeks now!!!! I'm over the moon excited!! after spending 2 terms as a Seasonal Design Team member at Lindy's Stamp Gang , I have been invited to join them as a Resident artist!!! That's right. I'm now one of Lindy's Elite!!! Thank you Tracey, and Lindy's Family for believing in my work!! 2015 is going to rock my colorful world!!!! http://blog.lindystampgang.com/design-team/
January 2015 Color Challenge MEGA Set
Pop Rock Purple and Tea Pot Purple. Then I did some masking with molding paste and when it was all dry, I went over the entire page with Don't Eat Yellow Snow. That left a shimmery golden hue over the entire layout.
This is just closeup of the middle. I used a piece of Dusty Attic Brick Wall Panel chipboard, cut into the shape of a climbing trellis. I dabbed it with white acrylic paint. The purple flowers were sprayed with Pop Rock Purple and Jazzy Jivin Purple.
The coral flowers were die cut and sprayed with Cape Cod Coral. Once the petals were layered, I touched the edges with Puff Paint waited until it was dry, then hit it with craft heat gun and watched the magic happen I added a pearl to the centers.
I stamped the dragonflies onto white cardstock using archival ink in black. Then I painted on the Lindys in Pop Rock Purple, Cape Cod Coral, and Jazzy Jivin Purple.Once it dried I used some Stickles for Sparkle.
I layered my stamped dragonflies to make them appear as their wings were fluttering. .
I sprayed some white cheescloth with Jazzy Jivin Purple and tucked it under the photo I found on Pinterest.
Thank you for joining me for my 1st Blog Post of the year!! I am excited to be bringing to you lots of beautiful inspiration this year!!Visit Lindy Stamp Gang for the details on how to enter the Color Challenge.
Какая красота и нежность!!! просто влюбилась в вашу работуReplyDelete
Fabulous news! Congratulations Lisa! You deserve it.ReplyDelete
Well done on your new DT!! this layout is so pretty, really really love the colors you have used..ReplyDelete