Bright Scrapbooking by Athanasia Papantoniou

 Hello dear friends! Athanasia here today to share my second project for your inspiration of the April color challenge. I decided for this month to create three projects with the same title ‘color your world’, because of the pallet with all these beautiful and bright colors! So this is my #2 (you can see #1 project here).For this project I used a very colorful photo I found on Web and the April 2015 Color Challenge MEGA Set.

 First I applied some light paste with a mask, and spread some Sunset Yellow embossing powder directly on it – believe me, it works perfectly that way! After heating it with the heat gun, I repeated the same process with another mask and the Tilt A Wheel Teal embossing powder, and heated it again. Then, I made some splashes with all the sprays, I stamped a few stamps, and that was all for the background!

I also used one of the sprays, the Magnolia Magneta Gold,  to watercolor the stamped flowers with a paint brush. It is really a pretty easy and fun way to use the sprays and believe me, you will love the result!One other fun thing I did, was to draw with a permanent pen some funky flowers around the tiny spots of the splashes. I love how they turned!I also draw some leaves on the top and the bottom of the page, which I panted with the Oakleaf Olive spray…Now let me tell you how I created the tittle. I used all the embossing powders of the set on the chipboard letters: while I was holding the chipboard letter with a nipper I poured some powder on the upper half and another color on the lower half. I dried it with the heat gun and at the end I did some doodling with the permanent pen. Really fun process, don’t you think?That was all for today. I hope you got some inspiration from my ‘Color your world’ #2 project.

Thank you for visiting, have a wonderful crafty time!


6 thoughts on “Bright Scrapbooking by Athanasia Papantoniou

  1. This is so fun and happy. Never would have thought to combine these colors and designs. And so neat how the letters are two colors too. Intriguing work. j.

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