Saturday, August 22, 2015

Fiona's August Inspiration

Hello 2Crafty friends! 
Fiona here with you today to share two projects I've created for this months post.
 My first one is another in my Dr Who Series. This is my favourite Dr, Tom Baker 
otherwise known as the 4th Dr. Probably the most iconic of all the Dr Who's with his extra 
long scarf, hat and long coat.

"Anyone for a Jelly Baby?"

2 Crafty Chipboard pieces used
"Light Bulbs"
 "Giant Gears"
"Chevron Bits"
"Dotty Bits"


I wanted to make this a colourful piece like the Drs. scarf and his Jelly babies! So I coloured the "Chevron Bits" with heavy ink and then heat embossed over the top with coordinating colours.

I applied a similar finish to the "Giant Gears". .
The "Light Bulb", I simply painted with white acrylic paint so it would stand out.

The "Dotty Bits" make up the last of the chippy bits. I used gelatos to
 colour them and then smudged it to blend.

My next piece is a soft glittery girly page.

"Amazing Beauty"


2 Crafty Chipboard pieces used:
"Messy Square Frames"
"Large Leafy Vine"
"Mini Word Set 1"


I painted the "Large Leafy Vine" with gesso first and then added a sparing amount of glue once the gesso had dried. After it was a little bit tacky, I dipped the "Large Leafy Vine" into some glitter to coat it.

The "Messy Square Frames" are trimmed to sit slightly off the page. I also painted them in white gesso and then once they were dry I scraped a layer of paint over the top.


I used the same paint to add some splats around the page. The title was created by using two of the words from the "Mini Word Set 1". Amazing and beauty. I used the same technique that I used on the "Large Leafy Vine": but with more glue so that more glitter would stick!

You can never have too much glitter I say!!!
 
Thank you for popping in and checking out my creations. x
 
 
 
 
Photobucket

20 comments:

Debbi Tehrani said...

Oh, wow, Fiona! These are both amazing. That scarf in the first one--so cool! Gorgeous work, as always, and you chose the perfect chipboard to enhance your pages!

Jo said...

Such amazing pieces of art work! The first one with the hand drawing & chipboard is inspiring & the background work on the second piece is so pretty. Thank you for spurring in my mojo!

Robin Shakoor said...

Very, very cool projects. Such a hip, fresh style.

Di Garling said...

Great post Fiona, especially the quirkiness of the Dr Who page. Awesome. love them both. :)

Marianne/skorpionen said...

Stunning projects!

Rosslyn Coutts said...

Love these layouts...something a bit different

Claribou Serial Scrapbooker said...

Love the colouring on the chipboard !

Rachael Funnell said...

Both of these pages look FANTASTIC Fiona.... :)

Kathy Gnj said...

Wow both of these pages are Awesome! I really love the bright colors you used on the first. I also love what you did to the chipboard pieces - the glitter looks Amazing!

ros said...

so much to look at on your pages Fiona. Love! ♥

Tracee said...

Fabulous pages and such different looks, loving the lightbulbs on the first one X

Priscilla Lim said...

Love both layouts. The first page is so cool and funky! :)

Lisa Griffith said...

Brilliant Fiona! I love how you painted the chippies in your first layout...but my heart belongs to the second one...so pretty! love the tulle flowers, very sweet. xo

Catherine Giguère said...

Love it!!!

Judith Armstrong said...

Love the Dr Who layout. How inventive!

Jennifer Snyder said...

oh my so gorgeous. I love how you used the square doodle frames

Valerie Ouellet said...

I especially love your second page! So pretty!

Trudi Harrison said...

Fresh, funky and brilliant!

Jaya Raghuvanshi said...

Amazing pages Fiona!

Athanasia said...

Wow Fiona, your style is so unique! LOVE your work!