Monday, August 10, 2015

Scrapbook Boutique August Blog Hop and Challenge

Hello, and welcome!!
A new month and that means there are two fun things for you to do -  the Blog Hop and the Challenge - 
  • Leave a comment at each DT girl's blog and then finish with a comment on the Scrapbook Boutique Blog itself where the random winner will be drawn.
You have one week....the hop closes midday August 17 and the winner will be announced on the Scrapbook Boutique Blog on August 18. Good Luck!
(Head back to the SB Blog if you lose your way - you'll find the complete Blog Hop list....hop and challenge open to Australian residents only.)
It's also time for a new challenge.



Challenge : Create a project using the photo as your inspiration.
The project can be a card, a scrapbook layout or off the page project......it's totally up to you!
Stamp:
NO Digital stamps please
The Prize :
One randomly chosen winner will win a $30 Scrapbook Boutique Store Credit.

Challenge Rules:  Your entry MUST
*be newly created following the current challenge guidelines
*link back to Scrapbook Boutique Blog
*not be entered in to more than three challenge sites
*you must be an Australian resident with an Australian delivery address
You may enter as many times as you like. But, in the interest of fairness, we will remove any entries that do not follow our simple guidelines and/or those entries shall not be eligible for prizes.
Thanks for understanding and playing along!
We look forward to seeing your creations.
Challenge Closes : Midnight, 31st August 2015

I was inspired by all the sprinkles so created a sprinkly type of canvas!




I used an 8x10 inch canvas. I gessoed the background. Then I used 2 gelatoes - Pistachio and Butter Cream to create the background. I scribbled them on in layers and then blended with a little water and my finger.

I gessoed the chipboard and coloured with Pistachio gelato. Then added some Stickles to the dots on the end. Before sticking it down I stencilled some dandelion leaves onto the canvas using Peeled Paint Distress Ink. On 2 of the leaves I sprinkled sticky embossing powder and after heating added Distress Glitter.
I then stencilled some little dots on the sides and bottom of the canvas front using texture paste. Then I glued on the chipboard and added some Collectables from the Kaisercraft Botanicals range, along with a sentiment. I added some Frosted Lace Stickles to some of the pieces.
Finally, I glued some Prima Glass Beads around the chipboard using Glossy Accents.

Hope this inspires you to have a go at the challenge.
Judith xx

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15 comments:

  1. Great canvas, love the look. I've never been game enough for canvas, maybe down the track.

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  2. I HAVE TO HAVE the Tim Holtz dot stencil! I love the subtle way you've used it! What a cool take on the challenge Judith! x

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  3. Stunning home decor piece here Judith! Love the layers of texture you created with the stencilled leaves and the laser cuts by Dusty Attic - aren't they fun? A really complex creation in response to the photo pic:)

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  4. This really is a work of art Judith, those flowers are absolutely so beautiful!

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  5. Interesting! (Fiddling with the moustache) Some many techniques used. The sprinkles are super interesting - I'm inspired!

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  6. I love your canvas, I often get stuck on the colour of the challenge and forget to take in other aspects. Thanks for the inspiration

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  7. Great sprinkled details Judith and love the layers.

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  8. Judith what a great take on the pic. Fab canvas.

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  9. What a pretty canvas Judith. A lovely take on the inspirational photo :)

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  10. Gorgeous makes me want to try a canvas x

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  11. I agree with Angela's comment. Gotta have that Tim Holtz dot stencil. I love your take on the challenge.

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  12. Gorgeous canvas, love all the texture, Cathy x

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