Saturday, February 2, 2013

loves finding sea shells

New Challenge for this month is
<3 finding sea shells

 Something a little different for me again....
I used a Fiskars stencil to draw the hearts, slightly moving to add several lines.
I then added a thick layer of Kaiser paint inside the heart shape
 and while still wet
 I added Tim Holtz clear Rock Candy Crackle over the top, 
and set it aside to dry overnight.
  Using my kraft knife I cut out around the hearts and they curled up 
 so it was the perfect place to add my embellishments.
The piece of paper behind the photo is embossed with hearts, 
(but unfortunately doesn't show up very well).
I did this by opening up my embossing folder,
laying it on the cardstock and rubbing over it with scissor handles. 
The pink around the edges of the page are torn strips of washi tape.
I altered the photo using Photoshop...
I changed it to a Black&White photo, then brought the colour back into her jumper.

Click here and see the Creative Team layouts.
Hope you find time to join in and share your creative pages with us..

Thank You to my New Followers
  Thanks to all of you who stop by and  take the time to leave me such lovely comments.
 You all inspire me to keep scrapping.
Have a great weekend.

Janice xx


MichelleMc said...

Beautiful page! Love the clusters and hearts!

just another day said...

Love the treatment of the heart and the whit card on card a beautiful layout xo

Chantal Vandenberg said...

Lovely layout!

Lizzy Hill said...

Wondered how you did those hearts - they look AMAZING...TFS the technique:):):) Oh, & seashells are fun to find. I have a big glass vase full!!!!!!!!

Sandrine Dawes said...

Helloooo Janice! Love your creativity here wow, love the tucked cluster!!! Have a great week-end!!! Take care Sandrine xo

Chantelle said...

WOW - how effective is the heart - looks amazing - such a great technique - your whole page looks fabulous :)

Leonie Waldron said...

Those hearts came up a treat Janice, I'm going to have to get my hands on some rock candy :) Beautiful layout as always :)

Helen Wallace said...

Love the photo treatment and the heart technique. TFS your process here...I'm going to have a try at that :)

June Mahoney said...

Very nice really liked the paint you put on the hearts looks great some thing else you will have to show me when we get home luv mum

Dolly B said...

Stunning layout Janice, Love how the embellies are tucked under the hearts

Imagine If... said...

the hearts are so fantastic, love this page

Tiff Firth said...

heart it all.

Unknown said...

Oh WOW Janice!! I LOVE everything on this page :0) Amazing techniques and fantastic all that clustering!!!

Heather McMahon said...

Oh this is gorgeous! I love the way you've tucked the embellies up under the hearts and the overall design is amazing!

Di Garling said...

FANTABULOUS take on this months WW1 challenge. Love those hearts. Di xo said...

Gorgeous! Love the crackle and your embellies tucked under the curled heart edges!! Fab photoshop work with your photo, too! ~ Blessings, Tracey

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