I started by adhering my patterned paper to a piece of corrugated cardboard for stability. I brushed it with clear gesso to give it a good "bite" for my sprays. This prevents warping of the paper. Using a natural sea sponge and a non stick craft mat, I sprayed the mat with a couple of spritzes of water, then the Luscious Lime Flat Fabio Spray, dipped my sea sponge into the puddle and sponged some color on my background paper. I did the same with Poincianna Red Flame Starburst Spray. I then dipped a butterfly stamp into the spray and stamped a few places.
I die cut some lacy leaves from white watercolor paper then sprayed them with Luscious Lime Flat Fabio Spray. I tucked them under the flowers.
I stamped some butterflies onto Prima patterned paper, cut them out, sprayed the bottom layer with Lindys, then layered the 2 pieces shaping the wire thread from Prima as the body, and adding the pearls on top.
The roses were all hand rolled by cutting out spirals of white watercolor paper, spraying it with Ramblin Rose Starburst Spray and a touch of Poincianna Red Flame Starburst Spray.
What a gorgeous color it created. Kind of like a deep rosy coral!! I love mixing the colors sometimes!!
The big pink flower was once a beige silk flower. I sprayed it with water, then wicked the Poincianna Red Flame Starburst Spray with a touch of Ramblin Rose Starburst Spray while the flowers were still wet, Love the effect of the darker color towards the edges of the petals. The open faced flowers were pink in color but I enhanced the color with the Ramblin Rose Starburst Spray.
Then dry brushed on some white gesso for a little texture.
I used some of the Prima Wire thread to frame the photo. The Dusty Attic Beautiful chipboard was primed with gesso and while it was still wet I sprayed on some Luscious Lime Flat Fabio Spray.
The 2 doilies in the background were also white and I sprayed them as well.
Here is just another closeup of the different flowers and the other butterfly. I love creating these layered butterflies!! I have so many ideas to use different styles!!
Color Challenge Colors:
Thank you for joining me today and allowing to share my joyful news and present you with my take on the Color Challenge. Wont you join us this month?? A little art and some gorgeous Lindys color is all you need!! See the rules HERE.
Gorgeous layout for the gorgeous baby, xxxReplyDelete
Congratulations on your adorable grand daughter.. She is beautiful! I am sure she is going to be a star on many scrap layouts! And this layout is so beautiful! I love it!ReplyDelete
Congrats with that sweet little granddaughter !ReplyDelete
A beautiful first layout with her as gueststar!
Your granddaughter is exquisite. Love your handmade embellishments.ReplyDelete
His works are beautiful, but the Charlotte Rose made a "masterpiece".ReplyDelete
Congratulations to family and best wishes for the baby!
such a colorful, beautiful layout! What a precious, adorable Grand baby!ReplyDelete
Ay Lisa, Que hermosa es Charlotte, Dios la bendiga!!Muchas Felicidades para ti, tu hija y familia. Que este angelito les traiga mucha dicha y bendiciones. Yo he estado desconectada, empacando para mi viaje a Colombia, pero tenia que escribirte antes de irme. Me imagino lo feliz que estas...muchas bendiciones!! Tu pagina hermosa como siempre. Marilyn xxReplyDelete
What a precious little darling! Such a great way to tribute her birth! ADORABLE!!! Congrats!ReplyDelete
First, I just have to say that I have seldom seen a more beautiful newborn baby. Her skin is flawless and she's sooo precious Lisa. Congratulation and wishing you all huge blessings. And secondly, it is sooo obvious the love that went into your beautiful creation. It's just so very special. What a treat it was to see this post. Grandchildren are THE BEST!!! j.ReplyDelete
Congrats on your new grandbaby, so precious!! Such a lovely layout to celebrate her!!ReplyDelete
How gorgeous Lisa!!! That baby is so precious and your page is just out of this world spectacular!ReplyDelete
This is just Gorgeous! sweet and precious baby girl xoReplyDelete