Monday, February 27, 2017

February Projects By Kavitha

Hello 2crafty fans,

Kavitha here today to share my February projects.

"Memories" Layout

I used Kasiercraft "Blue bay" collection.
I created the mixed media background using clear gesso,texture paste 
and color bloom sprays.


I used "Star Circular Frame" behind the photo and added  "Angel wings"
chipboard, which I feel perfectly suits this photo.


I have also used a "flourish" from the "Leafy Shrub Set #3"for my
floral arrangement, and finished it off with "Memories" title.
The star circular frame is heat embossed with shabby blue embossing powder and rest
 of the chipboard pieces are heat embossed with glitter black embossing powder.


2crafty chipboard used:
Star circular frame
Angel wings
Leafy shrub set 3
Line words-Good times borders




"Galaxy Theme ATC cards"

My second project is a set of ATC cards in a galaxy theme.
After creating the background I used 
"Handdrawn star"  and "Interlocking grid panel"
to decorate the ATC cards.


Both the chipboard pieces are heat embossed with
silver and black embossing powder.


2crafty chipboard used:
Handdrawn star  
Interlocking grid panel


Thank you for stopping by.


Saturday, February 25, 2017

February inspiration and Video by Jaya Raghuvanshi


Hello 2Crafty fans!

I have a few pages using the gorgeous 2Crafty chipboards to share with you all this month. 
Hope you like them.

My first page is this layout

"A Wish Come True"


Handdrawn hearts is one of my most favourite frames. I love how delicate they are. 
For my page here,I covered the frame in teal chalk paint .

Some close ups-

 I covered my title chipboard with white gesso and colored the rest of the chippies in watercolor.
I really love the dandelion chipboards. They look so beautiful in that cluster.. don't they?


2Crafty Chipboards used-

A wish come true
Frame Handrawn hearts
Dandelions





My next layout is this watercolor page.

"Memories"

Close ups-


The feather chippie has been covered on white gesso and I used some watercolor to color it randomly not covering the whole chipboard piece.



I covered my chippies in white gesso and added color on the background chippie . I also added a lot of splatters to add interest.

VIDEO TUTORIAL-





2Crafty Chipboards used

Soft feather set
Frame Lucy's Flourish
Line words- Goodtimes borders
Geo Panel



 "Family"

2Crafty Chipbaord used-

Family loopy font
Handrawn hearts


Hope you like these. 
Thanks for stopping by today!





Thursday, February 23, 2017

February Inspiration by Ingrid Gooyer

Hello there 2Crafty friends!
Ingrid here today with my two projects for February.
For my first project I altered an alarm clock.
I love the fact that these chippies can be used for any project!

"ALARM CLOCK"

I started this alarm clock by removing all the inside and gave everything a good coat with gesso.
Added some art stones in different sizes.
Used some colors  acrylic paints and gave it a more softer look with some gesso.



The lace border was perfect to go around my clock!
Simply painted the "LacyBorder" with some gesso using a small sponge.


The foliage from the "Foliage Set #1" chipboard piece, also painted with some gesso.


A small "Sharon Butterfly" and some threads for more texture.


Here you can see all the chippies: The lace border around the clock, 
the foliage and the butterflies.


Added paper flowers and some large shiny beads as extra embellishments.


Photo of little me taken from our latest vacation in sunny Greece.


The lovely "Sharon butterfly".


2 Crafty Chipboards used:
Foliage set 1
Lacy Border Set
Sharon Butterflies






For my second project I wanted to show you my family.....
my love....my everything! <3

"FAMILY"

As my girls get older they are choosing their own ways and one girl already has left the nest.
Vacation together therefore was a long time ago but finally we had the chance to go together again! 
So wonderful to go with just the four of us. We had an amazing time! 

For this page I again used a thin canvas board, which holds the paints perfectly.
I created the background by adding some modeling paste using a palette knife.
Added the orange and green colors and made some splatters with the same paints.
Toned it down a bit with some gesso to give it a more softer look.
Just love this technique on my work and I use it almost every time! 
Can't work without my gesso! LOL


The word "family" got a coat of gesso.
Extended the word by using a "Lattice Leaf set" chippie.


The flowers and the small wooden beads.


The small wooden beads are from an old necklace.




The "Ava frame" got a coat of gesso as well.
I like to use a small sponge to coat my chippies.
Simply cut a kitchen sponge in small pieces.


I made the thread flower and 
also painted some green flowers and roses as I was short on my green ones.


2 Crafty Chipboard used:
Ava Frame
Family Loopy Font
Lattice Leaf set




Hope you liked my projects and got inspired!
Enjoy your day! 
Ingrid xxx


Tuesday, February 21, 2017

February Inspiration by Debbie Burns

Hi everyone!
 Debbie here with you today to share my February projects.

"A Moment Captured"

I love the outdoors and two of my favorite things are butterflies and flowers.
I found this beautiful butterfly on Pinterest and was drawn to the colors.   I applied
some misting, inking and random stamping to the background paper.

2Crafty Chipboard Used:
Addy's Butterflies 
Heidi's Vines
A Moment Captured


I applied brown and melon embossing powder to the Heidi's Vines 
and added some coral microbeads.  


The Addy's Butterfly was embossed with a mixture of brown and antique taupe powders.


I used the same mixture of brown and antique taupe embossing powders on the title.


"Love You"


I went for a softer color pallete on my next layout.  Lots of flowers, butterflies and layers!

2Crafty Chipboard Used:
Frame Yvette's
Love You
Flourish Adornment 2


Frame Yvette's was embossed with oatmeal.  


The Flourish Adornment 2 was embossed with oatmeal also.  I cut it into 2 pieces.


Here I've placed the other half of the Flourish Adornment 2.


Love the title!
  I embossed it with an antique pink powder.

I hope I've inspired you today!
Until next time . . .
Debbie