Saturday, April 20, 2013

2crafty chipboard layout published in Scrapbooking Memories

Hi everyone...hope you're all enjoying your weekend!  Hasn't the weather turned a little chilly in the mornings? :-o

I've had a few, I guess you'd call them, "commissioned layouts" with Scrapbooking Memories magazine over the years, but I always forget to show them here on my blog, once the 2 issue rule has past.  But today I 

So I'm going to share one of my latest commissioned layouts for a 2crafty chipboard feature.  It was in SBM - Vol 15 No 6 - on page 67....and of course, features 2crafty chipboard & some new chipboard techniques.  The article is called "New ways with chipboard" and also features fellow DT members, Di Garling & Fiona Johnstone's layouts as well.

So here is my I'll share some closeups so that you can get a better idea of the techniques used on the chippie pieces.

"Happy in Love"

The 2crafty pieces used are :- Heart Frame with flowers, 1" Hexagons,

My main cluster...with lots of lovely blooms & 2crafty chipboard.

Here you can see the 1" Hexagons...that have had my muslin technique applies that I shared on another of my 2crafty blog posts back in March.  If you want more details on how I achieved this look, you can see it HERE on my layout "Mayfield Birch Forest" on the chipboard banner.
For the short's layers of muslin & gesso, then painted in glimmermists & then lightly inked over the top to help highlight the texture of the muslin.

This is the gorgeous Heart Frame....and for this technique, I've added sand to my gesso for some added texture & applied it on with a brush...then I've coloured it by painting on some Oriental Poppy Glimmermist.

Here you can see some more of the hexagons & the top section of the heart frame...with some added pearls on the little flower petals of the frame.

Tucked into my cluster is one of the Graceful Butterflies (they come in a pack of 3).
It has been coated in gesso, then some texture paste dabbed on, and again, painted in
glimmermist (I think this one was Denim Blue)

And the same technique for the butterfly above, has been used on the Skeleton Leaves poking out at the bottom of my cluster

And here you can see my title & another small cluster of blooms at the top of the heart frame.
So there you have it....and maybe I should share some of my other commissioned layouts here on my blog in the future...even if they are from quite some time ago??!!
Thanks so much for visiting ...take care! xx


Margyz Paper Games said...

Such a gorgeous and romantic layout Linda. Love the subtle colours and the textures on your chippies are magic. Love that technique. And, yes please, do share some of your other commissions. Doesn't matter if they're older, I'm sure everyone will love them. ox Marg

joyce said...

So pretty Linda, I adore the details and the textures.

Anonymous said...

This is amazing Linda! The picture in the mag doesn't do it justice

Helen Tilbury said...

Absolutely! Please share!! I'm the same - have loads to get around to sharing...WOW this one is absolutely stunning!! Such gorgeous detail!!! I must do your muslin technique soon...

Bente Fagerberg said...

Wow, gorgeous. Love the muslin treatment of the chippies and all the texture to the rest of the chippies as well.The colours are so pretty to, magical!!

Elena Olinevich said...

I love all your techniques there, and you perfectly combined 2absolutely different in styles chippies:hexagones and the heart

Lizzyc said...

This is stunning.. all that yummy texture on the hexagons is amazing.. and pretty layout with all those flowers too!

Charlotte said...

Ohhh Linda, this is so beautiful. It's a lovely photo of you and your DH. I love all the romance here and the colors are just so gorgeous. I love to see what you can do with chipboards. You really rock when it comes to layouts! :)

Keren Tamir said...

This is utterly stunning wow!! Just love all the chipboard textures and colors. Congrats!

Belinda said...

Gorgeous layout Linda!! Love those textured hexagons. :-) xoxo

Fiona said...

This is stunning Linda, I even got to see it in real life and it was even more gorgeous! Love it.

Chantal Vandenberg said...

Totally gorgeous work, Linda! Your photos really pick up the details so well! xo

Tina Ollett said...

Gorgeous delicately beautiful.


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