Tuesday, May 23, 2017

May Inspiration by Ingrid
PLUS A VIDEO TUTORIAL

Hello everyone! 
It's my turn on the blog today with two projects.
I thought it was about time for me to make a masculine post featuring my hubby Rob!

"ENJOY THE JOURNEY"



Started this project by glueing some grid bits.
Painted them with gesso and let it dry.
Added the paints and did some stamping.
All touched with some gesso to let the chipboard stand out.


Embossed the filmstrip with black powder.
Had this powder for a long time and it didn't work as it normally 
should have done, but I kinda love that powdery look! 


Added another grid piece and painted with some colors.


Added some splatters.


The word title got a coat with some gesso first and then some turquoise paint.


The painted gears and some threads for extra texture.


The grid bits make a great background!






2Crafty products used:
Grid Bits
Film Strips Small
Steamgears Small
Enjoy the Journey word




And here is my other canvas (with photo video tutorial).

"ADVENTURE"


 Last year on our vacation we hiked the Samaria gorge in Crete.
The warm temperatures and all the rocks made it very challenging! 
So it was quite an adventure but really worth it!
With this project I wanted to mimic the scenery of the gorge, including all the rocks.

Here is the tutorial:...
TO VIEW VIDEO CLICK HERE


And here are some details:
















2Crafty Chipboard used:
Addys Butterflies
Arrow Word Set 1
Mini Branches
Small Crazy Circle Panel





Enjoy your day! 
Ingrid xxx

6 comments:

Reusing Cards & Quilling said...

Superb Layouts !

Di Garling said...

Super duper FABULOUS. Love them both & I really enjoyed your video too. <3 <3 <3

mes10doigts said...

Ingrid, both your projects are fabulous! You always use the chipboard pieces in a very creative and artistic way! I love your work and those creations make no exception! <3

Lilibleu Scrap said...

2 Absolutely BEAUTIFUL layouts Ingrid !!

Tammy Klingner said...

I loved watching your video and seeing the process. I absolutely adore the masculine layout. Your work is fantastic!

Mary Catt said...

Fabulous work Ingrid! Loved them so much!