Friday, March 22, 2019

"You are Awesome"
By Sabrina Turpin

Hello 2Crafty fans!

Winter is finally over in the northern hemisphere and snow is slowly starting to melt here in Québec! This means we'll soon be putting our tuque away, enjoy warmer weather, longer days and the return of the color green after many months of endless whiteness outside!

This inspired me to prepare the layout I am revealing today,
using a touch of green to accentuate my monochrome winter layout. 

"You Are Awesome"

On the "Robots" chipboards, I used silver embossing powder, used a
 green embossing ink on top and traced the contour with black ink.

For the "Star Bubble set", I applied a green paint.

This is another view of the "Star Bubble set".

I used black embossing ink on the title, "You Are awesome",
 then applied green embossing ink on top.

The following 2Crafty chipboards were used in this layout:
You are awesome [W00528]
Robots [M00232]
Stars bubbles set [M00666]

I've prepared a short video to show how I assembled the layout:


That's all for today! I hope you enjoyed this layout and it gave you some inspiration
 for your own creations! See you in two weeks with more ideas.

Thursday, March 21, 2019

This Boy
by Marie Claude Rodier

Hi there,

Marie Claude here today to show you my latest 2Crafty Chipboard layout.

I started by randomly applying a light coat of mint wax over the Moroccan panel.
Once dried, I played with two tones of green Gelatos to create a verdigris look
 and then added a vintage gold coat of wax on top of it to replicate an antique finish.

I used a green-gold embossing powder over the title.

I dry brushed white gesso over the viney circle frame and a
few touches of white gold wax here and there.

I painted the lock green using Gelatos and highlighted it with gold wax and white gesso.

2Crafty Chipboard Used:
Frame Viney Circles
This Boy
Keyholes and Locks
Moroccan Panel

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Love Canvas - By Karan Gerber

"Love Canvas"
by Karan Gerber

Hi Friends and welcome  2 Crafty blog today.
 Its Karan here to host the blog for you and I have a mixed media project to share.

I started with a 6x8 canvas, I primed with Gesso, added some texture paste and then baked embossing powders from Seth Apter manufactured by Emerald Creek Craft Supplies right here in Canada.
 I love them, I have mixed some of the first line and some of the newest colors on this project.

This little project will be perfect for the new couple too add to a photo stand and they can remember the moments captured in this beautiful photo. 
The clock Face I embossed with clear embossing ink and used Emerald Creek Taos Sunset baked embossing powder, its so gorgeous in real life, it makes that chipboard look like real metal. I also did the same to one of the Doilies 

The photo frame:  I applied a coast of clear embossing ink and went over with desert sand baked embossing powder and while heating dropped a bit of ancient amber

I added in a couple sprigs of the Leafy Twig Branches in under the flowers just to add a bit of greenery.

 I used the "Love" title from the fine word set 1, and i just inked this with vintage photo distress ink and dabbed a bit of vintage gold wax. 

I also used Tahnyas 6 Inch border and just heat embossed it with white embossing powder, I attached it to the Polaroid Frame, its so finely detailed I just love it and I didn't want to hide the detail. 

Thank you for dropping by the 2Crafty Blog today I hope you enjoyed by project

2 Crafty Materials Used:

Monday, March 18, 2019

Fantasy Layout Inspiration by Elena Martynova

 Hello scrappy friends!
 My new layout is about spring, waking up nature, new discoveries and impressions!
I let my fantasy spread its wings and sent her flying free :)))
No rule, restrictions, patterns and norms!
The composition was formed easily and naturally, and bright details revived the layout.

In the background is a sheet of paper from ABStudio.
I also added pages from the old dictionary and paper from Prima from the Forever Green collection.

 I made the leaves of the oak from the  Foliage Set 2
bright green as the first spring leaves.

To support the mushroom cap on the card at the top of the page, 
I painted the Turkish Lanterns  in  flashlight bright red. 
I really like how it attracts the eye!

 Added such a remarkable phrase

  I used the following 2Crafty Chipboard:

 But that's not all for today!

From scraps of paper and small chippys I made these ATCs.

  I used the following 2Crafty Chipboard:

I hope you enjoyed my works, 
 and you also wanted to try to do something unusual and interesting!

Thank you for visiting, have a lovely crafty day!

 Don't forget to check out my BLOG.

Sunday, March 17, 2019

'Shine' Layout
by Lisa Amiet

Hello all! 
It's Lisa here today to share some scrappy goodness with you.
I have a layout to share 

This layout features my daughter, 
I have gone for a lovely floral paper design.

For this layout I have used one of the beautiful borders from the 'Lacy Border Set 1',
which contains 3 different designs. 
I have finished it with white embossing powder.

I have also used two of the flourishes from the
'Flourish Adornment Set 5',
which I have again embossed white.

I have added them on either side of my page.

I have used the title 'Shine - Script' for this layout, 
finished in white.

Lastly I have used 'Flower Doilies',
tucked into my layers.

You can watch the full process video for this layout below.

I hope you have enjoyed your visit.

Take care


Saturday, March 16, 2019

by Marie Sabatier

My second inspiration for this month of March is a very colorful page, want clarity and good mood, I love this picture of my little daughter that time flies!

Here are the chipboards that I used for this page:

- happy fine script
- Lacy border Set
- Circle dot frames

For each Chipboard I applied a layer of white gesso and then a métallique vintage rose acrylic paint

Some close-ups 

The tittle "happy"

The fine and elegant lace border

And the chipboard "Circle dot frames" that highlights my photo

A simple and effective page with the wonderful 2crafty Chipboard

See you soon!