Sunday, 19 July 2009

Paint techniques ..... part 2

I have found myself stuck in a rut of only scrapping single photo LOs recently so I decided to create a multi photo LO for a change.

I just love the new October Afternoon ducks in a row collection, and thought it would be perfect for these photos, even though its not a baby LO.

I cut rectangles from the this little piggy and splish splash papers. I went round the edges of the two paper rectangles with my paint dabber and then layered the rectangles up finishing off with one of the Ducks in a Row - Label Stickers

I took the scallop die cut from the Ducks in a Row - Die Cut Shapes sheet and again edged with my paint dabber

I stuck the scalloped die cut to the bottom of my layered paper rectangle

I cut a strip from the Peek-a-Boo paper and stuck this behind the layered rectangles

I took the three photos that I wanted to use and painted round the edges of all the photos with my paint dabber to frame each photo

I then attached the photos to the LO

I painted a messy stripe under the bottom photo

And then added a butterfly die cut from the Ducks in a Row - Die Cut Shapes, I attached the die cut using 3D foam

I wanted a paint effect coming from the butterfly so I painted some bubble wrap in a swirl shape

And stamped this onto my LO

I used the same technique and added some more paint to the top left hand side photo

I cut some more rectangles to fill the space in the bottom left hand corner and added another label sticker. For my title I used Ducks in a Row - Schoolroom Alphabet Stickers, some more label stickers and some making memories tiny alphas. I also added some baby blue rik rak to the top of the scalloped die cut shape.

Here is my finished LO


BrendaB said...

What a cute page, and I love how the different ways you used paint!

Traceyr said...

oooo I do like this layout and the step by step of how you did it is very helpful. Thanks. :)

DottyJo said...

Great LO, love those colours and paint techniques!

Chowchow said...

Love the techniques. Thanks for sharing...

Nina said...

Love the page and really really love the use of bubble wrap, I am so going to try that today....