First off today, I'm sharing with you an album cover I created using a Pink Paislee canvas album I had received from a friend (thank you so much Martha ~hugs~). I sprayed the album cover with the Apricot Nectar Chalkboard Mist and the Bahama Blue Glimmer Mist. Then I added a little Golden Goddess Glimmer Glam here and there. The flowers were either sprayed with Apricot Nectar or painted with Golden Goddess. Love how those roses turned out...
A Little Prima Canvas, and Basically Bare canvas too. Adding some gems and pearls to finish the album cover up. Here is a close up of the flowers for you. They look so darn real with the Glimmer Glam!!! And a little Zva Creative flourish pearls for good measure and VOILA!!!s
Next up a simple card using some Pink Paislee Parisian Anthology Papers and Crepe Ribbon. I created the flower by spritzing it with Apricot Nectar and a smidge of Bahama Blue. Then the inner part was painted with Golden Goddess Glimmer Glam.
The wonderful stamp is from I Brake for Stamps and is called Nature. They have so many amazing sentiment stamps so take a boo would ya?
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Lastly is my second page for my journal (made of Chip Tiles) that I started thanks to Tracy Weinzapfel. I'm putting my own spin on the Life List album by creating pages that remind me of the things that are important. For this one, I used a fair helping of the Pewter Glimmer Glaze (one of my new favorite paint colors) . I used a heart Glimmer Screen for a few layers of color, then added Gesso onto the journal page using the screen as well. I LLLLOOOOOOOVVVVVEEEEE this one.
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until next time