Friday, 14 March 2014

Sugar & Spice

Hello Sassy friends!
Hoping this post finds you well. It's been a busy week but hopefully 
you have some crafty plans for the next couple of days... 
like joining in our March Moodboard fun! 
There is heaps of inspiration to draw on. This week, I've focused 
on those gorgeous flowers and peeling wood frames and created 
some crackle magic.
I often worry about my DD's sense of propriety. 
There is so much 'boy talk' in this house, that I fear she'll end up 
a bit rough around the edges ;) This layout is about me wanting 
her to stay 'naughty and nice' at the same time.
Maggie Holmes Flea Market vellum was run though my 
Cuttlebug with a doily die. 
To make my frames, I started off by painting a bit of Color Shine 
(Mint green and Coral) onto a selection of the printed frames 
on a sheet of AC Dear Lizzy 'Fascinating Friends'
Once dry, I applied a generous coat of Ranger Crackle Paint
Once initial cracks start to appear, you can speed up 
the drying process with a heat tool.
Some Freckled Fawn wood chip hearts have been given 
a slick of Color Shine too.
Can't help but fussy cut these blooms!
Little Amy Tangerine vellum pockets hold treasures on a background 
of texture paste applied through a Heidi Swapp stencil
Looking forward to seeing your creations!
 
Thank you for visiting!
Chantalle
 
Sassy Supplies used
Dear Lizzy Polka Dot Party Grand Garland   Dear Lizzy Polka Dot Party Fascinating Friends Paper  Dear Lizzy Polka Dot Party Flourishing Flowers Paper  Amy Tangerine Stitched Vellum Pockets 6pcHeidi Swapp Doily Template 6x6 inchPrintshop Transparent Diecut Letters 37pc
 
Freckled Fawn Wood Chips Hearts 30pc  Colour Shine Spritz Mint Green 2ozColour Shine CoralMME Enamel Dots Notable Cute  Maggie Holmes Flea Market 12x12 Vellum Paper  Mixed Company Confetti Rubons

4 comments:

  1. beautiful, I love the technique to make frames!

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  2. Soooo nice and amazing ! I like how you placed the differents frames, colors you used and the technique with the crackle paint ! Great tip ! Thanks for sharing !

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  3. Gorgeous...love 'different LOs & this one really caught my eye:):)

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