Saturday, November 03, 2012

Stars Don't Shine In Singular Places

Right now I am lovin’ stars
I had a play and created a cut file on my Silhouette Cameo 
and cut it out using the backing sheet of a 12x12 sheet of stickers, after I removed the stickers.

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I deliberately left some spots blanks and some stars not removed but with the line around them cut
So I could have the outline of a star when I used the sheet as a mask

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I the sprayed the mask with some white Mr Huey, from Studio Calico, and some yellow from dylusions
I then had a play…
I painted over some stars with some clear glue and then painted some more yellow over the top

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love how this turned out
I added some more stars, wooden veneer ones from Studio Calico

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I altered the Pink Paislee wooden letters with some Ingvild Bolme inks
added some resin flowers from D-lish Scraps and a badge/flair from the Greatest View 
and the pattern papers are from SODAlicious (I purchased them from Paper Stories)

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and here is the page I created

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see the photo?
It’s one of my favourite.
I just love the reflection in the puddle
I had a play and used the reflection part to create this

So much I could say about this photo, but that’s a whole other blog post and a whole other scrap page!

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4 comments:

  1. What a fabulous photo with the reflection! Just love your cut file of stars and how you've used them on the layout... beautiful work! :)

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  2. WOW!!!! LOVE it!! Such a gorgeous page...x

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  3. Cute layout and GREAT photo. I love the reflection in the water.

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