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9 …or how to combine psychedelic circles with romantic paper

Written by Nathalie Kalbach. Posted in Acrylicpaints, Scrapbooking Layouts

9 ….years it is that my husband and I are married. 9 years ago in Hamburg, Germany surrounded by a semi-small group of family members and friends. Well…semi small because we were actually planning on maybe 10 peeps and then a bigger wedding the next years in the States. It ended kind of semi big…because nobody wanted to be left out although a lot of them were coming to the States for the wedding there anyway ;) And it was AWESOME both times !!! :)

 

We celebrated this year at the harbor here in the city…we were in a posh place for some cocktails…the view was paying off the snobby semi-friendly peeps working there and then we went for a wonderful dinner and nice little walk back home. Perfect!

 

So, why you might ask, do I have to throw psychedelic circles onto this beautiful, romantic music paper? Because I can….LOL-

NOOOOO – just kidding ;) Because hubs studied music and loves to spent his free time playing and composing music and I love to spent my free time playing with paint. So …there you go ;)

I created the circles with Liquitex Pouring Medium- so much fun! I teach this technique in the Über*Media Acrylic Paint Online Workshop and these were some of the samples I made and I finally wanted to use :)

 

Supplies: Heidi Swapp Vintage Chick Beautiful Songs paper, Liquitex Acrylic Paints, Liquitex Acrylic Inks, Liquitex Pouring Medium, Manila Shipping Tags, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Crafty Power Tape and MyStik Permanent

 

Which two elements/embellishments or media on a project could reflect you and your loved one? 

 

Nat

Nat

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Comments (2)

  • Riikka

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    Layout wise it could be something rather similar – sheet of music or notes and paint splashes, but if anything goes – we do videos together. I film a project and he does the music. :D

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  • Sue Clarke

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    Happy Wedding Anniversary Nat and Hubby!
    Interesting LO and question:
    cycles for motorcycles (hubby) and squares for books (me and really both of us).

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