Hi All you CSI Ladies! Hope this finds you all scrap-happy and ready for some inspiration!
I wanted to pop in to the CSI Lab and share with you a brief tutorial of a layout I did recently, just for fun. This layout was made using up leftover scraps- those bits and pieces. You know what I mean!
I personally have had some items-particularly paper flowers that I have had for some time now that I don't particularly care for. I also have some handmade flowers I have made over the course of the past couple of years that are of a color I just cant stand!! My neat and tidy self has had the urge to throw these items away, but I have kept them to await inspiration.
And the day has come.
j'aime votre réalisation !
Comment avez vous obtenu le relief du mur ?
- Le tampons appliqué sur le gesso ?
- avec un pochoir et applique le gesso desus ?
J'ai utilisé un mur de briques en aggloméré de la Société australienne Grenier Dusty. Voici le lien vers leur site Web http://dustyattic.ning.com
Vous pouvez utiliser un masque pour créer le mur ainsi. En fait, je le souhaitez en utilisant le grenier poussiéreux négatif et appliquer la pâte de moulage et de gesso dans les fissures ainsi. Il crée le même effet. J'espère que j'ai répondu correctement. J'ai utilisé Google Translate.
Ladies, Co wanted to know how I got the effect of the brick wall. I used chipboard from the Australian Company Dusty Attic. I also can create the same effect by using a brick wall mask or my Dusty Attic Brick wall negative. I apply Golden's Gel Medium in the cracks to get the same effect.
OUI MERCI BEAUCOUP ^^
Oh yay Adrienne, I'm so glad you've done a tutorial! I have been hanging out for this. Your backgrounds are always amazing!
Thank you for the fabulous tips. Can't wait to use some of them and show you what I come up with.
Love your work xo
Adrienne, thank you so much for sharing this tutorial. I've been in a scrapbooking rut lately and I need to try new techniques to shake things up a bit. So today I went to Michaels and bought a bottle of clear gesso, and a brush to apply it. I am going to give mixed media a try. I love your advice to forget the rules and create. Between your tutorial, and one I saw on YouTube, I hope to let go of the feeling of making mistakes on my pages. We'll see how it goes. TFS:)
Thank you for your sweet words Chermaine!
Thanks so much for sharing this. Your example looks great!
Can't wait to try. The more I explore this site, the more I like it ! Thanks for these tips !
AMAZING tutorial. I have always loved the look of the mixed media pages but always been to afraid to try them.. dont know why because I do canvasses. Just love the layout and will definitely try now. Thank you for sharing this and making it so easy :D