I wanted to have a go at the Prima Challenge for this month, the bright colours of their mood board, for me, echoed their gorgeous Garden Fable range.
I've wanted to try a card with box to match for awhile now. What a great idea for our cards that contain embellishments that are raised off the page! Such a great way to present them and keep them safe.
Lots of layers, with paints, stencils, pastes, stamping, then chipboard from the Garden Fable range, cheesecloth (this is my go to for creating softness), and some lovely Prima flowers.
Loving this stencil pattern! I adore stencils, they always add so much to a project either in a subtle way or bright and bold!
Just a touch of background stamping.
These flowers (Purity), are ideal for colouring to adapt it to your own project too.
Pulled out some older line Prima brads, have missed playing with these too :)
If you've popped on over from the IndigoBlu Blog, thank you for stopping by to see my work and as always massive hugs to my lovely followers!
I created a layout using the lovely new Indigo Blu Roses Stencil with their Coarse Modelling Paste, look at the wonderful texture it creates.
My inspiration for the layout came from a couple of places. I love the look of the Dusty Attic mood board this month, what gorgeous hues of pink! And also, from the More Than Words Challenge. I have not had the chance to enter over there yet so I figured it was time to try. (Their challenge pics and links will follow later today)
A mixture of English Cottage Acrylic paints in Cinderella, Marshmallow, Iced Gem, Hot Cocoa and Pheasant Bronze.
The paints are perfect for Painting the Dusty Attic Chipboard, I find that you don't even need to prime them with these paints you can go straight on without gesso! Brilliant!!
Have a lovely day and I'll be adding my link ups later.