DT-Work: Fly *Infocrea*

Today I want to show you a non photo layout – I called it “Fly” – the journaling says: Since I stopped worrying about my bikini figure I grew wings and have fun!

Heute wollte ich Euch mal ein Layout ohne Photo zeigen – Ich nenne es mal “Flieg” – Journaling: Seit ich aufgehört habe, mich um meine Bikini Figur zu sorgen, habe ich Flügel bekommen und habe einfach Spaß!

I used Baigneuses Nostalgie, Pompons Blanc Transparency and Ombrelle voYAgeuse Transparency

For the background I wiped Distress Ink Pads (Peeled Paint, Mustard Seed and Dried Marigold) onto a Ranger Craft Sheet, spritzed water to it, then used a paint brush and brushed the colors working them each into each other over a white piece of cardstock that was prepared with Tim Holtz Masks. Then I used Walnut Stain and stamped with a Tim Holtz Script Stamp over the Masks. I removed the Masks. Then I spritzed the whole paper with Water so I got a nice blurred effect. After this dried I used Cut’n Dry™ Felt and rubbed on several areas Spiced Marmelade, Aged Mahagony, Antique Linnen and Dusty Concord in to give the background more depth.Over this I added a thin layer with Perfect Perfect Pearls to get a more shiny and unified look. Then I cut the winged lady :) and added it with some foam pad underneath the wing tips – to get some dimension as well as the Transparencies.

Have a wonderful day!

  • Kerstin

    |

    Hah, wie cool! Und mir aus dem Herzen gesprochen. Sollte ich mir hier ausdrucken und an den Spiegel pinnen – gibt so’n breites, wissendes Grinsen. :)

    Reply

  • Andrea MacDonald

    |

    Love it!

    Reply

  • christiane

    |

    hehehe – i NEED both: wings and my bikini-figure!! ;)
    LOVE this page!! :D

    Reply

  • Sue Clarke

    |

    I am loving this Nat! It’s perfect that the letters are in purple as well since it’s such a freeing color.

    Reply

  • Kim Sonksen

    |

    I am totally giggling about the sentiment…so funny!
    Love the colour blending and how you used the transparency. Gorgeous!

    Reply

Leave a comment

wp-puzzle.com logo