Tuesday, 19 May 2020

Scrapbooking | Granma




I recently found some old photos of my granma and wow, it felt like finding treasure!



For this layout I tried a new way of spreading paint on my page - it's easier for you to watch than me try and explain it!


The flowers are part of the Bed Of Roses cut file from Pretty My Page cut on some Jillibean Soup patterned paper.  The leaves were painted with left over paint I had mixed up.  With no pot to put it back in to it was destined for the bin but I just can't bring myself to throw paint away.  I'd much rather doodle something with it and then toss that if it doesn't work out.


The butterflies are from Bramble Fox and inspired the colour scheme.  I'm really enjoying working with plum-purple and teals.  I've always been a cheerleader for yellow, especially mustard yellow.


Enamel dots were the perfect way to bring a few more touches of teal and green to the page.


And I added three copper paperclips.  I would like to have added a bit more of the copper colour to the page but I didn't find anythng in my stash!  Must resist the urge to stock up!!



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