Saturday, May 31, 2014

Prima Marketing :) :) :)

Hello Hello :)
So today I would like to share with you a layout I created for Prima Marketing to showcase the awesome resin frames that lend themselves to lots of altered awesomeness, so of which I share at the end of this post that I copy and pasted from the Prima blog :) :) :)
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Frame louise
Louise was looking to get a funky Baroque look for her resin frame. To achieve this she has used two products, the Color Bloom Gold Foil spray and a chunky gold embossing enamel. Louise used the Color Bloom first and sprayed the resin frame liberally. (Color Bloom has a fixative included in it that really helps with the next step.) Before allowing the spray to dry she then sprinkled on the chunky embossing enamel. The embossing enamel was then heat set using a heat gun. 
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Other fun technique touches Louise used in the creation of her layout include:
  • using the Summer Sky Color Bloom spray
  • creating a circle pattern on the background using the Finnabair stencil
  • coloring the edges of the large silver flower using a small paint brush
  • altering the flocked alphas by first painting them silver
  • and then adding a touch of bling to match the flowers with silver stickles
Follow this link to the blog to get all the fab product details >>> HERE :) :) :)

So here are a couple of layouts that I created on a wonderful weekend away with amazing friends last weekend :)

Photo by Georgie Daniels Photography

On this Prima resin frame I have used one of the fab new release Color Bloom Sprays :)

Photo by Georgie Daniels Photography

On this Prima resin frame I have used another of the new release Color Bloom Sprays, embossing powder, and a touch of liquid pearls. :)

Cheers for now, I hope you have a great weekend lined up :)

Louise :) xox

Friday, May 30, 2014

7 Dots Studio :) :) :)

 Hello Hello :)

Ive been having some awesome fun with 7 Dots Studio this month So love this range!!!!!

This layout was created for a mood board challenge for Berry71Bleu, details blogged >>> HERE :)

These next 3 layout details are blogged >>>HERE :) :) :)

I have been using a lot of Imaginairium Designs Chipboard for these layouts I just love how they complement the 7 Dots Papers.

I really enjoyed creating these layouts they are some of my faves :) :) :)

Cheers for now

Louise :) xxx

Thursday, May 29, 2014

Lindy's Stamp Gang :) :) :)

Hello Hello :)

Today I would like to share with you one of the layouts that I created using the fabulous Lindy's Stamp Gang products, details >>>>>>>HERE :) :) :)

From the close ups you can see that I have used a Flat Fabio mist as a colour wash to higlight the template pattern on the blackground >>> THIS ONE :)

I used a fabulous Flat Shot to colour the resin frame >>>>> THIS ONE :)

 A few more of my layouts will feature on the Lindy's Stamp Gang blog soon so why dont you hop on over and check out all of the creative team goodness?!!!!! :) :) :)

Cheers for now I hope you are haven a fab week :)

Louise xox

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Prima Marketing :) :) :)

Hello Hello :)
Today I would like to share with you a fun project that I created for Prima Marketing blogged >>> HERE :) :) :)
Wire frames
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Want to frame your friends? Let us show you how! Our fabulous Louise Nelson shares a fun, and easy, technique using our new Wire Thread to create photo frames perfect for hanging on your fridge!

Wire louise how-to
1. Gather your Prima frame packaging and wire thread. (Save resin frame for another project!)
2. Cut out the plastic-molded frame shape from the packaging.
3. Apply double-sided tape around the molded, plastic edges as shown. This will adhere your photo to the plastic.
4 & 5. Place photo face down on table. Remove backing from double-sided tape and adhere the plastic frame to back of photo.
6. To form the wire frame take a free-form approach and form the loops by hand or use a pencil to help you wrap the wire around to form loops.
7. To form funky, squiggly bits use a paper piercer and wrap the wire around the metal point several times.
8.  Repeat this process to form a frame to suit your photo and design.
9. Adhere the wire frame to the front of the photo by stapling it to the plastic backing.
10. Turn over and adhere a magnet to the back of the plastic backing with strong glue.
11. Complete by embellishing to suit your design. For these three frames I used some fabulous Cartographer SIIC’s, a bark heart shape, and an Optimist wood verse embellishment which I colored with a marker to coordinate with my wire frame.
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Supplies Needed: 
  • Product packaging [the packaging from the Prima resin frames is perfect]
  • Your choice of Prima wire
  • A selection of your favourite Prima embellishments [SIIC’s and Wood Shapes]
  • Magnets
  • Colored markers
  • Strong adhesive clear drying glue
  • Double sided tape
  • Colored staples

  • Sturdy scissors
  • Stapler
  • Paper piercer
  • Pencil
I do hope you like :)

Cheers and Happy Creating

Louise :) xx

Friday, May 16, 2014

Lindy's Stamp Gang May - GDT :) :) :)

Hello Hello :)

I am very excited and honoured to say that I will be a GDTeamer for the fabulous Lindy's Stamp Gang this month.

Intro post >>> HERE :) :) :) is a little teaser

I got to create with some of the fabulous new release Flat Fabio range 

Well that is it from me,....for the moment LOL :)

I hope you have a great weekend lined up!

Louise :) xx

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Jenni Bowlin Studio :) :) :)

Heeeeeello Hello :) :) :)

What an awesome month for creative shares at Jenni Bowlin Studio!!! I so so love the brief 'Get Messy'! Like I would say no LOL :)

With the layout I am sharing with you today I have used heaps of glorious product from the Mercantile! all the information is listed in blog post >>> HERE :).

To create my background I used one of the awesome Dina Wakley's masks; the 12 x 12 Boulders stencil. I have sprayed the stencil with both a white and grey mist and then stamped the mask on to the cardstock background, its as simple as that!!!!!

I have added extra splats of colour with Jenni Bowlin paints; which I applied with a small soft bristle paint brush :)

Aaaaaaand so would you like to know fabulous Jenni Bowlin Studio products I used???

Click on the image to link directly to the Mercantile :) :) :)

Well that be some of my creative fun for the mo.

Cheers and Happy Scrapping :)

Louise xx

Monday, May 12, 2014

Imaginarium Designs :) :) :)

Hi All :)

Recently I had a new chipboard design released by Imaginarium Designs - Sunburst, there are 2 on a sheet and there is a thick and thin version of the sunburst.

Below are some layouts I created to showcase the new chippy :)

Photo by Georgie Daniels Photography

I love me some gold toooooo, lol its one of my fave things at the MO! as well as Imaginarium Designs Chipboard :)

Happy Scrapping

Louise :) xxx

Saturday, May 10, 2014

Jenni Bowlin Studios :) :) :)

Hi Im back again :)

I have some more Jenni Bowlin Studios April Kit shares :)

Have you seen what the rest of the team have created???? >>>>>>>> HERE :)

Cheers for now,

Louise :) :) :)

Thursday, May 8, 2014

Jenni Bowlin Studios :) :) :)

Hello All :)

I have been creating away with 2 of the Jenni Bowlin Studio >>> April Kits 

Doooo go check out the DT's inspiration woth the April Kits >>> Here :)

Happy Scrapping

Louise :) xx

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Skissedilla May Sketch :) :) :)

Hello Hello :)

Today I would like to share with you my creative fun for the Skissedilla May Sketch >>> HERE :)

Dooooo go check it out and have a go!! There is a prize to be had :)

Louise :) xx