Hi Lindy’s fans!
This is my last publication for Lindy’s, I’m a bit nostalgic today but it was my choice to quit this wonderful design team. It was a dream to achieve to be part of the Lindy’s girls and I was here for more than 3 years. I am blessed!
I want to thank Tracey and Kate for the confidence they had in me and for all the love they gave me during this incredible adventure. I will always be a Lindy’s girl at heart!
We have been so blessed to have this lovely lady as a part of the Gang – she will be missed oxoxo (Kate and Tracey)
Ok now, let’s start a gorgeous wintery layout using all Starburst sprays!
I put a thin coat of clear gesso over my patterned paper and a good coat of white gesso over my chipboard.
On my trees, I sprayed 3 times with Starburst Jack in the Pupilt teal. I heat dried them between all the 3 layers to have a good and bright color.
On my background, I made a watercolor effect with my favorite blue, Starburst Tainted love teal.
I glued a white cheesecloth over it for a wintery look.
My pine branch are colored with 2 fabulous tones of green Starburst Ponderosa pines Olive and Cathedral pines green.
I placed all my embellishments together and I added some wood pieces for a realistic look.
Adding roots gave even more texture to the layout.
You can see now the gorgeous result on the final pictures.
You can see how gorgeous and bold are the greens!
- Starburst sprays: Jack in the Pupilt teal, Tainted love teal, Cathedral pines green, Ponderosa pines Olive
- Flowers: 49 and market, Badges: Scrap aux puces, Chipboards: Dusty Attic
Photo credit: Madeleine Santerre
Thank you for being there in the last years, it was a pleasure to create for you and to help you discover new techniques.
See you around!