Tuesday, November 26, 2013

November Guest Designer, Sanna Lippert, Part 2

Hello and Happy Tuesday!

Our Guest Designer, Sanna Lippert is back with more projects!  We seriously love her creativity and are so happy she created more today!

Let's get right to her projects!

For this page I also first colored the background with yellow watercolor and let it dry properly

I chose to color this page with markers since the page is very detailed and full of images. I thought it would be fun to really play with color on this one. The great thing about the pearlescent watercolor palette is that even when you go over it with markers, the shine still stays there. I really, really like this fast alot!! 
After I had finished coloring the images with markers I added details with the glaze, souffl√© and glitter pens here and there. 

I really like how this page turned out – so cheerful and full of colors!! 

Really love the colors!

Here's another project from Sanna.  Enjoy!

There was this really nice cover sheet on the coloring page package and as I was looking at it, the twigs kind off reminded me of a Christmas tree so I went und fussy cut a part of that cover page and colored it with markers.

After that I applied some Glossy Accents here and there for additional shine

And since it is a Christmas card, I thought that I might as well go on adding shiny stuff, so I chose a nice glitter ribbon for additonal decoration.

Next I took a leftover piece of kraft cardstock and stamped a Christmas sentiment with VersaMark on it, applied golden embossing powder over it and heated it with a heating tool.

Finally I chose a chipboard element (small Christmas tree) from my stash, applied some red Distress Glitter over it and let it dry. I also glued a piece of leftover paper behind it and added some yellow Distress Glitter here and there.

Finally I just added some faux stitching around the card for additional detail and my card was finished.

And one final project from Sanna.  Isn't she rockin the kit?

For my last project I used similar techniques like on the previous pages. I first created a light watercolor background for my page and then went in and colored the flowers with light apricot color.

I however didn´t like the result I had created so I went and colored the flowers again. This time with red markers and then outlined them with a black pen.
After that I applied some red and yellow Distress Glitter over them for more dimension. I "colored" the little cute swirl patterns using various colors of Dimensional- and Liquid Pearls, let those dry and added some details with Glaze pen´s here and there.
I also wanted to have some hearts on this page, so I drew some with a black pen, colored those with a pink marker and outlined them using a blue Glaze pen that was in the kit.

Finally I just chose a suitable quote, wrote it down with a black Sharpie and my last page was finished. I did not bind these pages to my art journal yet, since I´m thinking of maybe framing them and putting them on my studio wall on display.

I hope you have enjoyed reading and watching these little tutorials, it has been a true pleasure guesting here at the Frog Dog Studio. Thank you so much for having me here <3 !!!

Thank you again Sanna for taking the time to share your talent and creativity with us this month!  Please be sure and stop by Sanna's Blog and see more of her amazing projects!


  1. Sanna, I am such a fan of your work! Simply beautiful:)

  2. Wow! More SRUNNING work:):):) loooove that top flower project - simply DELISH :):):)