Friday, August 26, 2016

Sweet



Greetings to all of my happy scrappy friends! Today I'm sharing a layout that I created for the design team at CSI...AKA: Color Stories Inspiration.

The prompt for Case File No. 210 is a treat to work with. I think the colors are beautiful, and the choices of evidence as possible additions to your layout is fun.


The backgrounds for all of my work are full of texture and dimension. I feel adding those two elements contribute a great deal of interest in the piece as a whole. 


Liz enjoyed getting to add her bubblegum to this gum wall and naturally, a photo was necessary. Who doesn't enjoy blowing a bubble every once in a while? 


Layering, painting, embossing, texturizing, 3-D work, fussy cutting and inking were techniques used for this layout.

Products

Blue Fern Studios
     Paper: Blush, Enamored
     Chipboard: Arrow Words, Petite Windows,               Quatrefoil Panel
     Embossing powders: Fuchsia, Snow, 14 Karat
     Stamp: Forever
     Flowers: Attic Charm Daisies, Courtship                   Blooms
Hobby Lobby: glistening heart
Liquitex modeling paste
Prima Resin clock, Color Bloom sprays

The journaling below reads, "When Elizabeth traveled to Seattle, Washington to see her friend, Jenn, they went to many interesting places together. One of these places was the Seattle Gum Wall. People visiting this Pacific Coast American city enjoy adding their own contribution to the wall." 


Thanks for stopping by and especially for leaving a comment! 

5 comments:

  1. Beautiful.. the colors are amazing.. love all the details..

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    1. Lizzy, thank you for the kind remarks! I always enjoy knowing that people have stopped by.

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  2. Gorgeous, Patty! I love the texturing. The watery-colors in the background are reminiscent of the gum wall--perfect! And I just LOVE those little hanging hearts from the top!

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    1. Carrie, thanks for noticing and comparing the colors to the gum on the wall. I looked up Seattle Gum Wall on line and apparently many "contributors" are getting very artsy with their gum designs. Thanks for stopping by honeybee!

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  3. Gum walls smell like GUM!! We've seen several in our travels and it surprised me that the gum still has scent! Fun page, fun photo, PIC! <3

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