Magical Scrapbook Page

Hi there,

 Natalie here today sharing a fun and bright page using the February Challenge Set!

 LOVE this bright color combination and I had it in my mind that I wanted to

keep it bright and punchy for a layout!

Here are a few simple steps to creating this layout!

I started by coating my Studio Calico paper in Clear Gesso – I did this so that all of the
color I was going to add did not soak in to the paper – I wanted it to sit on top
and blend together a little!
I then ruled a small grid using a Black water soluble pencil and added a
little stamping in a few of the squares
Then using a small paint brush, I dipped it directly into the bottles of
Hootie Patottie Hot Pink, Jazzy Jivin Purple & Tears on my Pillow Tangerine
and painted direct to each square being careful to not go near the black pencil.
I used a decent amount of color on my brush so that it pooled a little and added
one color on top of the other so that it blended a little better
Once I had colored all my squares, I ran my brush up and down the black pencil
so that it dissolved into the color
The finished grid looked kinda cool!

To color the Imaginarium Designs Chipboard leaves, I used a dauber
top on my Luscious Lime and painted it on direct to the chipboard.

To add a little intensity to the chipboard, I then used Magicals with a damp brush
and added a little shading to the center leaves

I absolutely LOVING the final page and the colors are perfect for this

bunch of creative ladies I lunched with!

{Gayle Price, Louise Nelson, Finnabair & Me}

Colors I used:

February 2016 Limited Edition Spray Set

February 2016 Limited Edition Embossing Powder Set

February 2016 Limited Edition Mega Set

Thanks for stopping by and dont forget to enter the challenge to be in the draw to win!

Much Love


2 thoughts on “Magical Scrapbook Page

  1. Love this page the colours are so good also would love to know where the background page came from too

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