Sunday, October 21, 2012
Authentique Detail Sticker and journalled the few details that I know about this photo.
Posted by Michelle (Head Diva) at 1:30 PM
Saturday, October 20, 2012
Hey, it's me (Tina Connolly) again with a tutorial for you. I promised I'd showcase how I use my Derivan Gel Medium.
Here's my finished layout...
I used a double masking technique on this layout, first making a triangle shape with some scrap paper, then applying the Gel Medium with an old credit card through a template. I also used some texture paste to give a different textural finish, but you could use Derivan Impasto or Derivan Gesso in the same manner.
Glimmer Mist available here.
Tim Holtz Distress Inks stay wet longer and blend beautifully. I use either a dauber (as pictured) or a makeup sponge.
Posted by Michelle (Head Diva) at 1:04 PM
Friday, October 19, 2012
Derivan Gel Medium over a Crafter's Workshop template and then rubbed some Perfect Pearls across it once it had almost dried. Gel Medium is one of my favorite products and I'll be showcasing it in a couple of layouts over the next few weeks.
Posted by Michelle (Head Diva) at 12:36 PM
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Posted by Michelle (Head Diva) at 12:13 PM
Thursday, October 11, 2012
Sawyers Place Bianca Floral and Sawyers Place Pink Dots. I've stamped along some of the Pink Dots tape using Stazon Ink and a music note stamp to create another pattern. I've also used the Washi tape to journal on. Just make sure you use a permanent pen like a Sharpie, as the Washi tape has a slightly waxy finish.
Authentique "Lively" stickers and Prima flowers to embellish my page.
Authentique Lively "Chipper", and is a gorgeous heavyweight paper with a slight texture.
Posted by Michelle (Head Diva) at 3:54 PM
It's Tina here.
I thought I'd share one of my latest layouts using some of the gorgeous products available from Scrapbook Divas.
First up a little tutorial to show you how to make fringed flowers.
Cut a strip of patterned paper (1 inch x 12 inch is ideal). The wider your strip of paper the larger your flower will be. Cut small snips all along the length, I used shredding scissors, but do not cut all the way through.
"Fine China" and "Hibiscua Tea" from the Basic Grey Cottage Tea collection.
Basic Grey Cottage Tea Alpha Stickers for my title.
I'm going to show you a little trick to make squaring up frames easier....
Apply your double sided tape with a long strip along each side of your frame.
Posted by Michelle (Head Diva) at 12:33 AM