Friday, May 27, 2016

May Inspiration By Marianne Johansson, Norway


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Here is a layout with a photo of our oldest daughter at Madame Tussaud in London.
Having a pose with 007 James Bond (or Daniel Craig to be correct)

I used several of the rings of the "Circle stack" in additon to the "Circle revolution frames"
 to match the theme of James Bond 007 and the photo.

To make the 007 I used to of the rings in the "Circular Panel" and cut out
 the number 7 from the "Numbers Panel".

My chippies are colored with acrylic paint, mixed in a colortone that matched the
 photo and also some black ink.

I layered the chippies a lot here and placed the title on top of the rings.

2Crafty Chipbaords used:
Circle revolution frames
Circle stack
Circular panel
Live your adventure -title
Numbers panel

And next, a rush of cards with 2Crafty Chipboards.
Most of them are cut in smaller pieces as you see:

Here I used the Corner Thick vine, cut in two pieces.
The chipboard is used natural, just with some white splashes with ink

I love to add small pieces of chippies on my cards. They make great embellishments!

Not my usual style as many will say, but I'm not always a "messy" girl (even though this card is a type of mixed media card, with lots of work on the background)

The next card, lot more simple and maybe a bit more my style?

I used the word from "Card word set 1" and cut out some of the hearts from
"beaded hanging heart set".

The chippies are used natural as they come, with no colors.


Another card with lots of layers

Here I just used small parts of the "Fencing wire panel"

Laces, flowers and chippies - a great match!

Next, two rather simple and similar cards. Used with the same pattern paper and the same chippies.
Once again I have used parts of the "Corner Thick vine" - on both cards.

Not many elements on this card, but I like it.

Next card is a "high" regular card.

Here I used the "Dandelions" underneath the photo and embellishments.

Finally, the last one. Hope I didn't bore you!

Some small parts of the "Fencing wire" added the final touch for this card.

All images used on cards are found on Pinterest.

So, that's all for now. See you in June!