DT Work: Shine *STM 34*

Die neue Challenge bei Scrapping The Music ist da – diese Woche das Lied Shine von Anna Nalick – ein sehr schönes Lied. Und die Layouts die meine Designteamkollegen gemacht haben sind großartig. Ich kann es kaum erwarten zu sehen, wie Ihr Euch von dem Song inspirieren lasst!

The new Challenge is up at Scrapping The Music – this week we have the song Shine by Anna Nalick – a wonderful song.  The layouts my design team collegues created are amazing.  I can’t wait to see how this song inspire you!

*Shine*

Journaling is taken from the Song: Shine by Anna Nalick:

Yeah you’ve only begun to shine, won’t you shine shine shine over shadow.

CA 2006

 

Supplies: Danyeela Patterned Paper, Hambly Screen Prints Overlays, Basic Grey Obscure, Office Transparency, Tim Holtz Stamp, Ranger’s Alcohol Inks and Blending Solutions , Posca Marker

I used some Alcohol Inks on a sheet of transparency – just dropped the inks onto the transparency and then also just dropped some Blending Solution onto it. After dry I stamped the plants onto it and used the Posca Marker for some dots

Euch einen schönen Montag! Wishing you a wonderful monday!

Comments (19)

  • lisaannette

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    Nicely done! and it looks bright too. Sweet :)

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  • Casey

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    OMG those trees just ROCK! What a fabulous technique!

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  • Tara James

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    Nat- you’re so dang talented. I love the use of inks….I have bought every single color and have been too scared to play with them. Maybe you’ll just inspire me enough to break them out. (=

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  • Daffie Online

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    Of course the layout is great..as always :-)…but I especially love the photo with the light and the shadow.
    Super!

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  • jana

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    wow- das ist toll geworden- ein cooler effekt mit den inks!!

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  • Liz

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    oh wie ist das schön geworden. die ganzen transparencies…. fantastisch.

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  • Aline

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    Wow, das ist wunderschön! Das Danyeela Papier kommt toll zur Geltung und Alcohol Inks auf transparency ist eine fantastische Idee, sieht genail aus!

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