Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Club Scrap Team Challenge

Hello everyone!
I hope you came from the Club Scrap blog and enjoyed what Karen did!
today I would like to share a layout I did using the Club Scrap Color Me Happy Kit for the team challenge this month which was to to create a project that features batik or faux batik techniques. I had never tried this before so it was really was a challenge for me! There are a number of tutorials available, but I used our own team member, Roni's tutorial here to get me started.

First here is the kit from Club Scrap - yummy!

And here is my layout of my adorable granddaughter! "The Choose to Shine" cutout at the bottom has pop tabs underneath to give some depth. I also sprayed the plain green paper with Tim Holtz Distress Spray.

So instead of ink I used Gelato's, and I used Thick Embossing Powder which made the outline of the Dragonfly thicker. I used 3 colors Gelatos, and using them like a crayon I randomly colored over the embossed dragonfly. I spritzed water over the paper and using my finger blended the colors together.
Since did this on white paper, I cut out the dragonfly because I wanted my layout to have the green background.


The key and the feather below I used the Club Scrap Color Me Happy Silver Paint Pen. I was amazed at how fast and what great coverage it gave me in a matter of seconds! The picture of the key is showing half done just for comparison of the gold and silver. Sorry about the picture, it was late at night. I also used the pen for the journaling.

Here is the feather which was also gold. Looks like I have to touch up the right side a little, I must had put my finger on it when it was still drying. I didn't realize that until just now!

Thanks for stopping by, your next stop is the talented Lisa!

Donna Coughlin


Ink Stained Roni said...

What a beautiful LO! Love your dragonfly...so pretty!

Karen Wyngaard said...

Great layout! Your dragonfly turned out beautifully...the UTEE added a nice distressed look. Ooh, and thanks for the tip on the silve pen...great to know it can alter the color of various items!

Kelly A Clark said...

I love how your dragonfly came out. The extra thick embossing power was a great choice!

Josette Trunnell said...

Love it!! That trick with the embossing powder is fabulous

Cheryl Walker said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE your page, and that beautiful dragonfly!!!

Lisa D said...

Brilliant use of the silver pen to recolor the key!

Hetty said...

Your background is super and wonderful use of the stencil. Totally great page.

jen t. said...

Beautiful page! Your dragonfly rocks!

Tina Dornbaum said...

Your page is gorgeous. I love what you did to the dragonfly!

rettaescape said...

Beautiful layout!