Monday, 21 May 2012

May Projects For Imaginarium Designs...

Ever since I created this layout, I have been holding my breath, waiting to share it with you. Why? Because I tend to gravitate towards bright colours, so this was a change for me. Something a little different. A little more subdued, a little more in the pastel range.

This is one of my May Projects for Imaginarium Designs. (There are still another 3 Imaginarium Designs layouts that I am not yet able to share...but soon...). Titled: Love Cherish Adore. You can find more details about the techniques and products I used over on the Imaginarium Designs blog. (Plus you can see two more layouts created by Solange and Natalie, both using feathers). 

I had a play around with ombre colouring on the ID feathers. It's not exactly the greatest result, but I'm happy with it since it was my first attempt. It will get easier next time (it's a case of practice makes better...).

See those ID chipboard buttons? Now, I had a LOT of fun creating those. I embossed them first, inked them, then glittered them. I just think they are so darn cute!!! You will definitely be seeing more of those in the future. 

And a close-up of my journalling. I used the ID chipboard words, and the words printed at the top of the page, as prompts for my journalling. I think I should do that more often! I like how it ties the title and journalling together.  
Imaginarium Designs Products Used: Words, Buttons and Feathers.
Other Products Used: My Mind's Eye papers; Tim Holtz dies; Spellbinder dies; Die-namic dies; Washi tape; The Twinery twine; Zva Creative rhinestones; Copic pens; Ingvilde Bolme Prima inks; gesso; Kindy Glitz; Zva Creative foam dots; Tim Holtz Distress Inks. 
Thanks for stopping by! 

1 comment:

  1. No need to hold your breath Jules! this is really sooo beautiful! love the subdued colours, the sweet photos, the masking/chalking and that awesome banner! Wowzer! this sure has the bling factor even without any brights! xxx


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