Sunday, May 19, 2013

Wish- 13 Arts and 2 Crafty DT reveal Part 2


My Second Project for my DT reveal for 2 Crafty Chipboard and 13 Arts is a layout called:
"Wish"



As you can see, its a picture of my daughter holding Tinkerbell in her hand. I tried to create a magical garden around her using flowers, vines and fairies.


Since this 13 Arts paper resembles bark, I rolled the paper all along the picture as if the wood was peeling off. Then I decorated with lots of flowers from 13 Arts and Petaloo


For the 2 Crafty Twinkling Fairies, I primed them with gesso and then using 13 Arts Gel medium I glued some micro-beads on them.


In the above picture you can see the other fairy and behind it, a little 13 Arts resin cherub. You can also see one of the 2 Crafty shrubs above the cherub. These shrubs were also covered in gel medium and micro-beads.


Finally for the Wish title I simply covered it in 13 Arts Gesso and then colored it with lots of different shades of Chalk ink.  The 13 Arts gesso gives the chipboard a very smooth finish which is perfect when applying other mediums.

For this last layout, I also used the May sketch from Paper Stories as an inspiration. Here it is below.


Materials used
Papers: 13 Arts All is Love
Chipboard: 2 Crafty
13 Arts gesso
13 Arts gel medium
Flowers: 13 Arts, Petaloo
Cherub: 13 Arts
cheese cloth
Martha Stewart Micro-beads

Hope you had a nice weekend!!

18 comments:

butterfly said...

Just heavenly... I love the colours here, and those magical fairies all beady and beautiful! The shabbied lettering is brilliant and the whole delicate fairy garden around that fab photo is SO pretty!
Alison x

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is soooooooooooooooo gorgeous!! I love love love love the photo, the flowers and loveeeeeeeeeee that little fairy!!!!

Sandra said...

Just so precious, I love the colours and all the flowers and vines combined with the fairies. Your daughters photo with her amazing coloured hair is stunning.

sandi said...

Beautiful, simply beautiful! Love the way the paper rolls back and the color/mix looks so pretty!

Lynnda said...

Precious!... Absolutely stunning!... hugs...x

Tone-Lill said...

Wow... What an amazing LO This like comming straight into Peter Pan land filled with fairys and beauty. The photo too is sooooooo sweet :)

Lizzyc said...

Oh wow this is sooo cute! I love the whole theme of tinker bell and she does look like she is in a magical place.. beautiful and very creative...

Denise van Deventer said...

Soooo beautiful Keren...love the whimsical feel and love the great photo! Sooo beautiful and fresh!

Sabrina Sulaiman said...

Your design is amazing and truly inspiring, Karen! WOW!! :-)

Lean de Ruiter said...

Stunning work sweet photo!

Sandie Edwards said...

What a beauty ... so much glorious detail!

yyam said...

Oh wow. You've certainly succeeded in creating a magical scene here Keren! I love how you've framed the precious photo. And the amazing textures!

cebelica said...

Oh wow, this layour is amazing. I love how you framed the picture of your daugher, looks amazing! I think you achieved your goal - to create a magical garden around her. Absolutely stunning! Hugs! xx

Helen Tilbury said...

Gorgeous! that muslin is such a loose weave - it looks amazing!! Mine is too tight - I need to hunt that down...

Zeneva said...

Oh, this is so beautiful and sweet! Perfect layout for the photo. Thankyou so much for joining us at Paper Stories!

Riikka Kovasin said...

Wow! Really divine! Love the chipboard treatments! Thank you for joining us at PaperStories!

ANUPAMA CHOUDARY said...

Oooooh, how magical! I would love to create something like this for my daughter. Thanks for the inspiration.

Eila Sandberg said...

This sure has got some of Tink's fairy dust on it! looks wonderful with the lush green accentsand that photo of Miss E is so cute! Mwah!