Monday, August 19, 2013

Cruising- Layout Video Tutorial on Prima's Blog

I'm up on the Prima blog sharing how I made this layout with a video tutorial. 

Scroll down to see the video and a list of materials used.

A lot of people have been asking me how I make my beach layouts so here is a video showing you how to make this one using the School Memories from Prima, Finnabair's masks and lots of gorgeous Prima flowers.

Here are some close ups of the layout

846145 School Memories: Teacher Talk
846138 School Memories: Type away
960575 Finnabair Elementals Doily Stencil
960438 Finnabair Elementals Fish Scales
571474 Layla 
571337 Serenity
571283 Nieve
571672 Lil Missy
565855 Labelle Island
565886 Labelle Harbor
566654 Avante blue
555375- Fairy Belle Canvas Alphabet Stickers

Shimmerz sprays and paints: Sea Foam, Rock-a- Fella, 4 Leaf Clover, Olive Branch, Bamboo Leaf, Jenny B Blue, Tuscan Sun, Blue Jeans

other products: white card stock, Golden Gesso, Golden Light Molding paste, shells, Cheese cloth

I hope you enjoyed my tutorial. Come visit me at the Prima blog here


Lolô Artesanato said...

You used my favorite colors in this page
Love it!

Lee-Anne said...

Stunning layout! Thanks for sharing your video.

Unknown said...

Wonderful work!

Elisabeth Sarkis said...

Wonderful page thanks for sharing,hugs

Leanne said...

wow! beautiful

ALINE said...


Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

You are amazing!!!! I loved your video!!!

Val-Belle said...

Keren - a beautiful layout and a great tutorial... I have to say you make it look so easy. I am a little afraid of mists and stuff but I am going to give this a try... really easy to follow... Thank you... and... I just love your accent... don't know why but I thought you would be very American... :D

Lizzyc said...

This looks amazing! I love your masking, fabulous textures!!

Sassy Scrappers said...

Hello Keren.. Watched the whole

Sandi Clarkson said...

Loved your video!

Eila Sandberg said...

As always, love your videos! really like how you boldly spritz away with the mists creating wonderful effects together with the masking. xoxo