Beautiful Smile WW1 layout
and Decorated box
by Sue Smyth
This month I am sharing a cute little
box I made for my desk and my White with one layout.
I found this sugary glittered B at a junk shop and bought it to work with one day.
All of my children's names start with the letter B so I thought
I had a good chance of it being useful. lol
I have started with a chip filing box from office works, which
I have applied egg shell to the top, added lots of alcohol inks and
a coat or two of dimensional magic.
Once dry I have added braid, Imaginarium chipboard and rhinestones strips
Spray with Dylusions ink and when dry rub over with gold paint.
For some detail I have added gold embossed corners
Beautiful Smile layout
White with one (Pomegranate)
This months challenge was the colour pomegranate which is one of
my favourite colours, so I had no trouble whipping up a
I have started with a plain sheet of Vanilla cardstock
and covered areas with gesso and a stencil to
Then sprayed with a combination of Pomegranate and Postbox Red
Dylusions. Add a few flicks of black and white too.
I really wanted a heart with wings, but did not have one so
substituted with the bracket frame and a resin heart. I liked
The Moroccan screen behind the photo is simply embossed with gold
I love the chipboard child on the side. I did not have the shape
I wanted left in the set, so used it as a mask and sprayed instead.
Then layered over the chip shape I did have which is painted
with gesso then sprayed with dylusions and had a final
rub of fuchsia pearlex.
My hot tip with White with one layout is..
don't be afraid to use the "sister" colours of the challenge
colour , in other words the neighboring colour on the colour wheel.
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