Monday, June 17, 2013

This Clock Never Seemed So Alive

Have three pages to share with you
Three pages I made for D-lish Scraps this month.
This first one is one of my favourites
And I had a fun time creating it.
Pulling out some old favourites
Water colour paints, gesso and mist.
Altered a Cream Resin Chrysanthemum 

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Added some splashes of yellow with the Motex

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Inked up some hearts

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Added loads of layers

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And loved the result

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The second page I have also used some favourites
Texture paste and mist

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Wood Veneer

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And captures a fun moment

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And the last page
The background I created after being inspired by an image that was in an email newsletter I received a while ago.

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I then added some bits and pieces

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To create this page

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Yep, another #momentwithateenager captured!
If you’d like to read more on the D-lish Scraps products
Head on over to my post on the D-lish blog

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4 comments:

  1. awesome Sharmaine. Those watercolours are delicious!! Love what you have done here… are your watercolours paints or the pencils? So clever.

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    1. Thanks Amanda :) They are paints, just the run-of-the-mill, everyday, nothing special water colour paints :)

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  2. i like the green leaves...not where else could you put them?

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  3. Love your use of paint and colour as always. Fabulous! That last photo is cracking me up :).

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