Monday, 18 October 2010

A Pocket Full Of Posies Challenge #9

I really do hope I got the correct number this time LOL!

You know when you see something, sometimes you have an idea what it would look like when you finished with it? This is what happened when I stumbled across this round 10" canvas.
I wanted it to be a part of my prev work the 12"X12" Autumn canvas I made last time, that's why I stayed loyal to the shades :) Both canvases are hanging together now, and my little princes said she loved the round one best! lol

This time the challenge theme is `Champagne and Roses` And the project will have to be about `Celebrate` I am still celebrating Autumn! lol
The rest of the story is here in the photo :)

This was an inspiration from one of THE most amazing scrapbook artists I ever came across online. I have been amazed by her work since I was only just attempting to make cards! lol I`m sure you guessed by now, its Ingvild Bolme, one of Prima`s design team members, and she used to be a guest designer for swirlydoos and that's how I first discovered the amazing kits.

I used GCD papers again they are just so pretty! Prima flowers, flat backed buttons, chipboard, crackle paint, lace. another photo taken by my DH last Autumn and a journaling card with an acetate. all this beautiful, pretty things are coming with the fabulous Swirlydoo kits :)

Thank you for stopping by!
Ayelet {Jenny} X

Monday, 4 October 2010

A Pocket Full Of Posies Challenge #8

Hello everyone :)

The new challenge theme my favorite season of all-`Autumn Leaves`

You have to admit, the colours we get here in Autumn are so pretty, warm browns, reds and yellows. I love it!

I have a few photos of me and my princess taken by my DH last year in Autumn of course, so I printed them all and choose one that I turned into two by cropping me out of it lol

Sorry about the photo quality here I have no Idea why it has a blue cast on it, it`s not on the actual photo.

All the materials I used are from one of my Swirlydoo kits, they do vary but I`m sure the beautiful flowers are always `Prima`.

The letters are chipboard letters that I bought at `The Range` and so is the canvas, I used yellow ocher, and burnt sienna acrylic paint on the canvas, and then dabbed my gold acrylic dabber on the corners and the ripped spaces. also used crackle paint in on the top left corner (I so love the crackle!) gold embossing powder on the chipboard letters.

Thanks for stopping by!

Ayelet {Jenny} X


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