Friday, April 25, 2014


Hello again! I´ve got one more project to share with you this month and this is also my second contribution this month to my "simply stencils" series. Here is a little layout idea for your inspiration:

I first chose a stencil I would like to create a background patter with and placed it over a piece of white cardstock. I then applied some grey stamp ink (using a blending tool) thru the stencil. That created a really nice triangle pattern. 

 Next I sprayed the whole background with a yellow Lindy´s Stamp Gang spray ink (Yellow Rose of Texas). 

 Next I wanted to create a colour border underneath the photo, so I took several colours of Lindy´s Stamp Gang´s spray inks and randomly sprayed them onto the background next to each other. I let them create droplets quite freely (used tones: Magnolia Magenta Gold, Smoky Sapphire, Ramblin´ Rose Pink, Steampunk Sepia and Shabby Turbine Teal).

 I then used a Hero Arts cling stamp and stamped with the blue Midi Staz-On ink right above the colour border.

 Now that my background was done I just needed to add the title and some embellishments. I had chosen some wooden letters for the title, but only had two that were suitable. I therefore used the Tim Holtz Clear Fragments, a copic black pen and a woodgrain paper to create similar looking alphas for my title.

 The round canvas pieces are colored with Lindy´s spray inks (I used pretty much the same colours like on the droplets. I then stamped with a text stamp and blue Staz-On ink over them and finally added some Liquitex Titanium white ink droplets here and there. The stars I created with the Amazing Mold Putty and Amazing Casting Resin. Once they were ready for use, I covered them with IZINK golden ink and some Alumilite Silver Metallic Powder.

Finally I just wrote the journaling around the edges of the paper and my layout was done! I hope you liked this little inspirational project! 
See you next month :), 
xoxo, Sanna