Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Long Beach CA- Deconstructed Layout

Hi everyone, today I have another Deconstructed Layout to share with you
for Frosted Designs. 


I have used some more of the Capture The Moment kit- I love this kit!!
They are on sale in the shop right now- be sure to stop by and pick one up!

I decided I wanted to make a travel book, making one page for every trip the hubs and I  have ever
taken together. The problem is,, way back in the day we didn't have cameras like we do now! 
There are a lot of  trips where I have no photos, but I can Google with the best of them!

So I made a list of all the trips I have no photos for and started looking. 
I searched Google images and found some great graphics for most of 
the things I needed. 

Our very first trip was to Ling Beach, CA to see the Spruce Goose and Queen Mary. 
I found some postcards (non-royalty) for my page! I printed them out on heavy cardstock and 
trimmed them to the size I needed.

The album I am using is 6x8- and I want to put a LOT of ages in it, so thin pages are a must.

To get the layers I like so much but still keep the page thin, I used several
of the tags from the Capture the Moment Kit and layered then behind my photos. 
I also added layers on top of my photos- here I used one of the Prima Lace Stickers.

On this photo I stamped right on top of it using the Elle's Studios Everyday Moments stamp set.
I stamped in white in first, then black ink to give it more depth.

Brads and die cut stickers round out the rest of the layout. by using these flat 
elements, I was able to pack a lot onto this little layout!

Be sure to stop by the store and see all the wonderful goodness that Barb has for offer!
Thanks so much for stopping by today!
Have a wonderful day!!






Monday, July 21, 2014

Baby Shower Pics- so fun!

Hi everyone! I have been super busy with Baby Shower prep the last week or so, which is why
I have been pretty scarce around blog land!~

We had a great time at the shower and I wanted to share a few of the photos,,

so here goes,,,,,,,,

60 yards of tulle, ladies and gentleman! Yikes! This tulle started out white, and I soaked it in a very large vat of tie dye to turn it pink.  We used this table for food.

Ok- have you seen these HUGE Marshmallows?? They are perfect for dipping in chocolate! We also
had dipped strawberries and mini cupcakes.

I knew that these Martha Stewart paper balls would come in handy some day! 
I bought 22 packs of them on sale a few years ago- for $2 each!!

one of the gift tables

The other gift table- I bought this fabric years ago to make curtains with. You can see how far I got!

Our photo backdrop, 

and our photo props. 

We decorated Onesies for the Mom to be. We also made baby blocks, but I forgot to take a photo!

The mantel,,, can you tell that the theme was Minnie Mouse!

More of the big tissue balls, and I added ribbon bows in all the clusters hanging from the ceiling.

I cut these using my Cameo and I will bind them into a book for her.

I love this frame used as a Guest Book- I cut the little Onesies on my Cameo.

I left no ceiling un-adorned!

Decor over the second gift table.


This sign was my favorite! My uncle made this for her and I finished it by adding some
 washi tape and letters cut with my Cameo.

It was a lot of work, but everything looked great and we had a really good time!
Thanks for making it to the end of my post!

Have a great week!
Anita

Friday, July 18, 2014

Stenciled Wall Art with Smoothfoam

Hi everyone! 
I have a second project to share today for Smoothfoam.


Ever since my box of Smoothfoam showed up on my doorstep, I have been wanting to make a piece 
f wall art with the 12X12 sheets. I have been turning ideas over and over in my head and finally
 inspiration struck! I have some large stencils meant to create texture on the walls – I was positive I could 
use the same technique on my Smoothfoam.
stenciled smoothfoam art panel
You will need:
Two 12×12 Smoothfoam Scrapbook Page Mounts
Acrylic paints - medium turquoise, gold, dark turquoise
Stencil
Drywall texture or molding paste
Glaze medium
Iridescent ink spray
Palette knife, small sponge, paintbrush
Double-sided tape
Craft glue
Lace trim, paper flowers
White paint pen
1.  Adhere the edges of the two sheets together with double-sided tape to create a 12″ x 24″ surface.
2.  Paint the entire surface with two coats of medium turquoise paint, drying between coats. Position your stencil on the surface and spread the paste over the stencil with a palette knife; apply a heavy coat. Remove the stencil and allow to dry overnight.
3.  Apply a 50/50 mixture of glaze and gold paint to the raised stenciled image.  When dry, sponge paint small amounts of dark turquoise to add shadow accents inside and around the image. Use a wet wipe to blend in the color more if needed, let dry.
 
4.  Spray the entire surface area with iridescent ink; let dry.
5.  If desired, glue lace trim and flowers as shown to frame and embellish your art panel. Add dots with a white paint pen to accent.



texture paste stencil on smoothfoam

 I love the way it turned out!~
Be sure to give this a try with

Awesome - Frosted Designs Challenge

Happy Friday everyone!
Are you ready for the weekend? I am hosting a baby shower for DD1 tomorrow,
so it is going to be a little hectic!
Today we have a new challenge over at Frosted Designs
 Today's Challenge is to use Stitching AND Flowers on your project.

Here is a look at my project
My cousin was in town from Washington state, and we got a chance to have lunch.
I used the fabulous 7 Dot Studios paper and embellishments for this layout.

I started by cutting some arrow shapes on my Cameo, adhering them to the background paper and painting with a light coat of Molding Paste. I then added some Lindy's Magicals Powder and spritzed with water. I also used the stamp in the Capture the Moment kit to randomly stamp on the background.




I layered several bits from the kit along the side of the photo.

I cut my title using my Cameo, then colored it with Ranger Perfect Pearls.

I added more layers on the other side of the layout, using items from the kit and some punched cardstock.

Be sure to join in the fun and link your project up over on the blog.

Have a great weekend!
Anita


Sunday, July 13, 2014

Burlap Fabric Blog Hop- Join in the fun!

Hi everyone and welcome to the Burlap Fabric Blog Hop!
If you arrived by way of Angela's Blog you are on the right track.
If not, see the bottom of the post for the participating blogs.



Today I have a project using some amazing products
provided by Burlap Fabric- I love textures and I have to say, these products
were fabulous to the touch and very easy to work with!

Here is a look at my project, I decided to make a wreath.

I started with the Burlap Roll and wrapped a SmoothFoam circle, securing in the back.
I then made a bow using 2" Wide Burlap Ribbon and added that to the middle. 
I added loops to the back using  the red striped ribbon.

I added some flowers for more color, and used both of the ribbons for the hanging tail.

Here are our fabulous participating blogs, be sure to stop by each one to 
see the amazing projects they have created.
Michelle FraeCummings  faeriedustdreams-michelle.blogspot.com/
Sue Eldred   sueeldred.com
Susan Brown  sbartist.com
Terry Ricioli   terryriciolidesigns.blogspot.com
Angela Holt   angelaholtdesigns.com 
Anita Scroggins   theflamingochronicals.blogspot.com
Beth Watson   bwdesignstudio.blogspot.com
Carmen Flores Tanis  florestanisstudio.com 
Cherish Flieder  somethingtocherish.com
Cindi Bisson   fatcatcreations.blogspot.com
Jennifer Priest  hydrangeahippo.com
Julie McGuffee   juliemcguffee.blogspot.com
Kristi Parker   kristiscreativecafe.blogspot.com
Lisa Fulmer   lisalizalou.com
Madeline Arendt   madelinesthoughts.blogspot.com
Marilyn Gossett   marilyngossett.blogspot.com



Check out the following website url for more awesome products!
For more information on Burlap products available and social media sites to follow, check out the following links:
BUT THERE'S MORE!  Would you like an opportunity to win a $100 selection of burlap products
 that includes a nice variety of natural and colored burlap yardage, ribbons, embellishments and totes?  Go to the following link and enter!
 
 
Thanks for stopping by today and have an amazing week!
Anita

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