Thursday, January 23, 2020

Imagine ****49 and Market****

Hello 49 and Market fans, today I would like to share with you a LO I did using the beautiful Serendipitous Collection, Laser Cuts, Layered Embellishments, Archival Board, Lace & assorted flowers.....
The 49 and Market used:
Serendipitous 12 x 12 Mini Collection
Serendipitous - 12x12 Collection Pack
Laser Cuts
Serendipitous - Rain Storm
Rain Storm
SC-88916 Serendipitous Layered Embellishments
Layered Embellishments
Laser Cuts
Dandelion Fields
Captured Adventures
Archival Board
AB-86721 6x6 Archival Board - Timeless (Black)
AB-88701 Memory Captured Archival Chipboard
AB-88695 Never Stop Exploring Archival Chipboard
Never Stop Exploring
Lacey Trim - Cream
Lacey Trim-Cream
Burlap Net Ribbon Roll 4" X 1m RB 84390
Burlap Net Ribbon Roll 
Enchanted Petals - Parchment
Enchanted Petals-Parchment
Garden Petals - Parchment
Garden Petals-Parchment

Botanical Blends-Marina

Botanical Potpourri-Marina
Dusty Attic used:
Chains - 4pc
Blueprint WordPack
Blueprint WordPack
Number Panel Small
Number Panel
Other Elements used: TH Distress Stain-Vintage Photo & Walnut, Prima Wax-Old Denim & Vintage Silk, VersaMark Water Mark Stamp Pad, Ranger Embossing Powder Frosted Crystal, Black Ink Pad, Prills, Corrugated Paper......Here are a few close ups......
For the background I ripped Rain Storm into 3 pieces, distressed the edges & glued the lace, archival board & corrugated paper into the layers. I stained the archival board with the vintage photo stain, then played with the waxes to try & achieve the colors that are in the photo & background, then I heat embossed with the VersaMark ink pad & Ranger embossing powder. I like this embossing powder because it leaves a bit of texture & sparkle with out the shine. I also altered some of the flower centers with using sequins & prills.....The photo was framed with a frame that is in the Captured Adventures Laser Cut Sheet, then I framed the number panel with the film strip that is also on that Laser Cut Sheet, I also framed the number panel with a DA frame & glued these frames under the photo. My final step was to build clusters around the photo with using the Layered Embellishments, Laser Cuts, Archival Board & Flowers...... Here are a few more close ups.....

Thank you so much for taking the time to look.......Rachelle

Saturday, January 18, 2020

Live,Love,Laugh ****Dusty Attic****

Hello Dusty Attic Fans, today I am here to share with you a bright, happy LO layering lots of Dusty Attic's AMAZING chipboard pieces.....
The Dusty Attic used:
Retro Frame
Retro Frame
Whimsy Frames #2
Whimsy Frames #2
Squiggly Frame #5
Squiggly Frame #5
Notebook Edge Border
Notebook Edge Border
Designer Disc #10 - Words
Designer Word Disk #10
Beaded Flourish #4
Beaded Flourish #4
Circle Mesh Small
Circle Mesh Small
Foliage #8
Foliage #8
mini Number Grid
Mini Number Grid
Fire Flies
Fire Flies
Mini Captions #6
Mini Captions #6
Laughter makes the...
Laughter makes the....
Dusty in Color
Dusty in Colour Sunshine
Sunshine & Denim
The 49 and Market used:
Old School
Old School - Penmanship
Lacey Trim - White
Lacey Trim -White
Enchanted Petals - Sunshine
Enchanted Petals-Sunshine
Garden Petals - Sunshine
Garden Petals-Sunshine
Botanical Blends-Navy
Botanical Potpourri-Navy
Other Elements used: Clear Gesso, Clear Crackle Paint, Lyndy's -Afternoon Delight Denim, Drop Dead Gorgeous Green & Pineapple Paradise,Liquid Pearls, Black Ink Pad,Prills....Here are a few close ups....
For the background I ripped Penmanship, inked the edges & glued the lace & Notebook Edge Border into the layers. I primed the chipboard with the clear gesso, then applied a thick coat of clear crackle paint onto some areas....

Once the crackle had dried I first painted the pieces with the DA paints listed above, the to add sparkle I went over top with the Lyndy's in the same color tones.....
I framed the main photo with the Whimsy Frame, that I had glued the Squiggly Frame on top, & framed the other photo with the Squiggly Frame. I cut the Retro Frame in half & framed the Mini Number Grid, then glued the photo' on top of the Retro Frame.....

Thank you so much for taking the time to look.....Rachelle