Wednesday, May 22, 2013

My May Green Tara DT Reveal
Part One
Some Girly Grunge
"Today"


Hi everyone, thanks for calling by.

 This fabulous photo was given to me, along with a whole lot
more from my good friend Ann Nguyen whose hubby, Kent  is an
amazing photographer & he takes the BEST pics.
This photo shoot was done by Kent using this gorgeous model
 who is dressed up rather sexy in all latex & boots.
I do so love this pic & I will definitely be using more of them
 in the future, they are so arty.  Thanks so much Kent.

There is a little story behind this layout,  when
I had almost finished it, after about eight hours, doing all sorts
of different background treatments etc (I do take forever),
the last thing I did before finishing was to unscrew the lid off
a bottle of black Glimmermist to do a few little splashes, when I
 accidently knocked the black mist over. It went all over my desk &
the right side of my page while I was trying to rescue my
 new cream carpet on the floor. I did manage to stop the
 mist before it ran off the
 front of the desk onto my new carpet but I had to sacrifice
 my page. Definitely "layout versus carpet",  but you know
what, I am really happy with the whole look of the spilt mist !!!



I have used some of the Green Tara 10cm wide  black "Tulle" which
 I simply tore into pieces & tied in a big knot. This created the centre to
build my cluster around. Love this effect, although it is really hard to
 photograph being all black.


I've added Green Tara
 "Primula", "Heirloom" & "Satin Pearl Rosette" flowers.


These fabulous chipboard "Giant Cogs" & title, "Today"
are from 2 Crafty chipboard.


Green Tara roses were misted to match.


Another of the many Green Tara trims called
"Lattice Trim" which I added a little metal buckle
 to complete the theme.

Stay tuned until tomorrow for Part Two of
my May Green Tara reveal.

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8 comments:

  1. Supekewl girly-grunge! Love the colors on this one!!

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  2. Great grunge page Di!!! love the photo

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  3. This is stunning Di.. a fabulous girly grunge.. and that black paint was no accident.. it looks marvellous!! a scrap angel must have been helping you!!

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  4. Stunning!!!!!!!!!!!! What a gorgeous background as well!

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  5. What a lucky accident! The black went so well, and much easier to fix than cream carpet! Love the background, beautiful page.

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