Showing posts from November, 2018

November Scrap fx DT work

Hello everyone, welcome to my second DT member inspiration for the company Scrap fx . Here is the link: I created for you as inspiration another altered-fabric-paper book page. I love the transparency and chipboards as finishing touch on my projects. I also created for you a Halloween layout. Lets start... and my Halloween layout. I used from Scrap fx: chipboards Never Forgotten Antique Oval frame Art Nouveau Flourish #beach Fright Night stamps Art Deco Panel stamp Harlequin Stamp Lace Corner stamp Scratchings & Scribble stamp silhouette . Spider Flower BLACK Surfer silhouettes transparency Dream transparency Feathers & Lace transparency Tractor & Truck Charts I also used. Golden acrylic. StazOn Ink. Archival Ink. Gold folie. Tim Holtz photo images and word stickers. Hein design embossing powder. Posca pen. I hope you feel a l

Scrap Fx Australia DT work November

Hello my dear blog readers, I am back from my morning hike with Mister Ben. what a beautiful season. the days are dyed in a soft gray tone,  the rain is glittering like diamonds on the night sky. Impression from my hike. Anyway... Here are  my DT projects for Scrap FX Australia. Here is the link:  .scrapfx. Our November  theme is: vintage and heritage.. I created a vintage page for my new stitching-fabric-paper art journal book. The idea came from the artist Lorrie Marie Jenkins. Here is the link to her blog site: Lorrie Marie Blog  I am a collector of old and beautiful quilt fabric, also laces and old tablecloths, old books and post stamps. I think that is a good basic to start my new adventure. I created a page with photos from my mother for the front cover. But I will add my cover after finishing my insert pages. That photo in the middle is from 1941 and the little photo is from 1951. I started with adding fabric on a ca

November dt member layout for Art Playground.

Hello my dear blog readers, and welcome to the new challenge on the blog from Art Playground. Here is the link:  artplaygroundblog Our November mood board with the colors pink, bordeaux and green and the gorgeous theme "finishing touch" or " never ending story" inspired me to create a layout in mixed media style. But first my description over finishing touch. Did you know... that at the  official exhibitions in the nineteenth century the artists would give a finishing touch to their  art works by varnishing them in the company from invited guest, buyers and sponsors. This was always a day before the official vernissage opens. But also in the current time you can see that the finishing touch is applied... I,  for example, have my own way to give my artwork  my so-called final touch. And that is: I put my artwork on an easel. Then I step back and sit on my favorite armchair, with a view at the easel. In this way I try to find out where I

November More than Words dt member post

Hello everyone, " Traveling-  it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller." (Ibn Battuta) the new challenge on the blog from MTW is all about: Future and Stars. Here is the link:  morethanwordschallenge I decided to create a layout with a quote from Hans Christian Anderson "travel is to live". That quote described exactly our FUTURE that my husband J├Ârgen and I have always wishes as we where a young married couple!! Two years ago our wish come true and we started our future wish. Rome, Italy, Spain, France, Engeland, South Africa and Australia. I hope we can see so much more from our beautiful world... For the creative challenge: I painted STARS on the background I used for this layout: Dollar store paper,  13@rts clear gesso, Wow black embossingpowder, Lindys spray, Prima Finnabair modeling paste, glitter, and glas beads Liquitex Basics acrylic color, 7 Dots studio sticker, Posca black pen, like every month w

November Scrap the Boys dt member layout.

" November comes, and November goes.  With last red berries, and the first white snows. With night coming early, and dawn coming late. And ice in the bucket and frost by the gate. The fires burn, and the kettles sing. And earth sinks to rest, until next spring. (Clyde Watson) Hello my dear blog readers, as November dawns , the air is crisp, pumpkin spice  everything has taken over,  and many people start to think about the holidays.  For those of you who just aren`t ready to break out the Christmas carols,  here is the new challenge with the theme "You and Me" on the blog from Scrap The Boys.  The link:  scraptheboys.blogspot. I had a lot of fun to making this page. As a big fan of bold colors with accents in black and white  and as well minimalist embellishing I decided to give the new month a little bit color with my page. And with all the Christmas decoration in the shops  I was in the mood to stamp a stamp images from San