Thursday, October 25, 2012

Create

For my Giveaway press  here
This layout I made just for fun using Sketch #180 from Skissedilla

This is a picture of my son making huge bubbles out of soap using nothing but his hands. I thought it was ingenious and I ran to get the camera. He blew these humongous soap bubbles while he was in the shower. I was really impressed.



This layout made me feel like there's an explosion of color. Its as if that bubble burst and color just gushed onto the page. What I realized with my artwork lately is that I like to transport myself and others into the layout and make it come to life.
 I don't know if that makes sense but that's how my layouts have been designed lately.


I used these amazing Prima wooden doors. I loved them from the first time I saw them but I couldn't find the right layout to use them for. I also used 2 Crafty chipboard. The large filmstrip was a leftover piece from another layout and the mini ones are from 2 Crafty's new collection. I simply sprayed the filmstrips in black ink.



I love, love, love these light bulb trinkets from Prima. I chose the word create because that's exactly what my son was doing while creating this enormous bubble with his own hands.


Finally I want to talk about all the mixed media mediums I used. First I stuck some black masking tape on the page. Then I spread crackle paste on the whole area. With my finger, I spread glass bead medium (my new fave). After that I sprayed 3 different inks at the corner edge and let them drip. Finally I randomly added some glossy accent gel and threw micro-beads on it.



Here is the Skissedilla layout that Inspired me!!


Materials Used
Bazzil White Cardstock
Black Masking Tape
Prima Flowers
Prima light bulb create
Prima wooden doors
2 Crafty chipboard: Filmstrips
Micro beads: green and orange: Dollar store
Golden Glass Bead gel
Golden Crackle paste
Ranger Glossy Accents gel
Adirondack Ink spray: Butterscotch, Orange, Red Pepper
Tattered Angels crushed shells spray
Tim Holtz fan flower die-cut


19 comments:

Dot said...

Keren, you are very talented and your layouts are amazing. Thanks for your comment on my blog - I have been your follower for some time!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Wowwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!! This is GORGEOUS!! I love love love love love that photo, the film strips and loveeeeeeeeeeeee the splattered background!!! VERY COOL!!!!

scapmanufaktur said...

Such a colorful layout, love it. Powerful and artsy!

Linda Eggleton said...

Your background is just out.of.this.world, Keren...fabulous colour combo too!

Lizzyc said...

I love the direction your scrapping is taking, you really put so much though and creativity into your layouts.. this looks amazing!! and how clever your son is to make such huge bubbles!!

sandi said...

Wow! This is so cool looking!

Lean de Ruiter said...

Stunning and a arty page love it!
byebye,Lean

LindaBrun said...

A really artsy and creative layout. Love the beads.
Thank you for playing with us at skissedilla!
Linda

Vibeke said...

Hi:) I LOVE your layout!! So cool!!:)

Lolô Artesanato said...

Wowzer!!!!! Amazing background
I love this page!
xx

Tracey Sabella said...

Gorgeous page, Keren!! Love your color explosion!! ~ Blessings, Tracey

http://gracescraps.blogspot.com/

Rachael Funnell said...

HOLY SMOKES Keren.. That background is INCREDIBLE!!! FAN FAB U LAS layout!

Cindy Gay said...

Very nice "explosion of color". This layout is different from the delicate images you've made recently, yet every bit as inviting. You are very creative Keren!

Adrienne said...

Way cool! I love the effect you got from this and it looks like his bubble has burst! It looks awesome!

Georgia Heald said...

Love the new techniques and ideas you have used Keren! Love your work xox

yyam said...

Wow! Love that artsy background! It's visually arresting!

Lynnda said...

Love the technique!!!! This is so artsy!!! and stunning love it....You are amazing Keren!!!! hugs...xoxo

Sandie Edwards said...

Ohhhh such an amazing technique... wow wow wow... looks fabulous. That bubble is massive... bubbles never go out of fashion, even with us big kids! LOL

Eila Sandberg said...

Totally magnificent! pops off the screen with a big bang!! goodness that bubble really is huuuge! Have a really good end to the week! xoxox