Saturday, November 17, 2012


Hello Hello :)

I thought I would share with you the Anatomy of a Page post from The Colour Room that I did for my Palette #135 layout :) :) :)



Materials List;

12 x 12 grey board – Imaginarium Designs
Chipboard hearts – Imaginarium Designs
Glimmer Glam [Royal Velvet] - Tattered Angels
Chalkboard Glimmer Mist ]Monolith[ - Tattered Angels
Paper Pen [Magenta] Viva Decor
12 x 12 Template [Flying Geese] – The Crafters Workshop
6 x 6 Template [Mini 4 Flowers] by Julie Fei-Fan Balzer for The Crafters Workshop
Impasto – Mont Marte
Gesso – Krylon
Cotton thread


 Snapshot 1
  • ·      Background prepared with using spray gesso to achieve 2 tone effect.
  • ·      Dimensional geese created using template and impasto, it is applied with a palette knife.


Snapshot 2
  • ·      Photo edged using black ink to define it against the white background.
  • ·      Chipboard heart coloured using the Royal Velvet Glimmer Glam.
  • ·      Extra splats of colour [royal velvet glimmer glam and monolith chalkboard glimmer mist]    applied using a small-medium sized paint brush.



 Snapshot 3
  • ·      Floral pattern created using mini flower template and impasto, applied with a palette knife.
  • ·      Chipboard heart coloured using the Royal Velvet Glimmer Glam.
  • ·      Extra splats of colour [royal velvet glimmer glam and monolith chalkboard glimmer mist] applied using a small-medium sized paint brush.
  • ·      Pink dots created using Viva D├ęcor paper pen.
  • ·      Cotton thread added to create interesting visual interest. Adhered under chipboard elements using quick clear drying glue.
  • ·      Organic elements [dried flowers] added to coordinate with and tie in the photo content.
Cheers and I hope you are haven a great weekend :)

Louise :) xx


3 comments:

Martha Richardson said...

This is a stunning LO...you just keep getting better & better...mwah!

Paula said...

Ditto to the above comment ;) You never cease to amaze me gorgeous lady!!! :)

Zeneva said...

SO gorgeous! Just love the colours! Haven't tried Glimmer Glam before, or even seen it used, so am very inspired to give it a try. Thankyou so much for sharing. Love your work!