Wednesday, April 22, 2015

My Latest VIDEO to Share
"Cherish"




Hi there friends, thanks for stopping by.
Today I have my latest VIDEO TUTORIAL to share.
I have created a muslin fabric mixed media background
as part of my April DT work for  The Scrapbook Store.

Click HERE to view.


2Crafty Chipboard Used



As always as well as these lovely Bo Bunny papers, I have used lots of 
gorgeous  2Crafty Chipboard.
See full product list below.


Lots of lovely flowers !!!


Lots of pretty doileys & a little sparkle.


Love how the muslin looks draped across the background.


A pretty chipboard title.

Thanks so much for calling by.
I hope you take the time to watch my video & maybe even
subscribe to my YOU TUBE channel while you are there.
 
FULL PRODUCT LIST
All products available from The Scrapbook Store
Bo Bunny Garden Journal Papers
2Crafty Chipboard
Both Prima & Petaloo Flowers
Prima Butterfly Wings Stamp
White Corrugated Card
Prima Art Basics Heavy White Gesso
Prima Art Basics Light Paste
Prima Art Basics Transparent Gel Medium
TCW Stencil
Purple Pansy Glimmermist
Stampendous "Shaved Ice" Mica Flakes
White Dylusions Spray
Kaiser Bling
Distress Ink - Stormy Sky
Adirondack White Paint Dauber
Kaiser Mauve Paint
Memory Box Catalina Die
Cheery Lynn French Pastry Die
Green Tara Green Velvet Leaves
Until next time.
 
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8 comments:

  1. Absolutely beautiful LO and thanks so much for the video. You are such an inspiration. I just love all your MM LOs :)

    Cheers
    Sathya

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  2. Just gorgeous and your video is so helpful for those of us just trying to incorporate all these new techniques!

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  3. Your layout is gorgeous, Di, and the picture of the little one is beautiful! I always learn something new from your videos or your blog posts. You art is awesome. Headed over to watch the video now.

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  4. Exquisite in every detail. Love the colour combo and the sweet little frame - gosh, it's all gorgeous :D

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  5. Yet another gorgeous layout Di.!! Love your use of muslin combined with masking and mica-flakes. Thanks so much for the video, great to be able to watch your "process". (Am running short of open weave muslin - any suggestions where I could buy any please?).

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    1. Bev you can pick up gauze swabs at any pharmacy which is exactly the same thing as muslin fabric, alternatively you can usually purchase muslin fabric at any large fabric retailer. Hope this helps. Glad you liked my video too. :)

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  6. Your page designs are so fabulous Di! I love the way your pages are put together and it looks so complete and so perfect! Your work is truly amazing! ;-)

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  7. This is such a gorgeous page Di .. totally enchanting. I love the colour combo and that photo is just so precious!! Stunning work!! Fabulous video too!! xx

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