Tuesday, 20 June 2017

My latest creations for Imaginarium Designs Chipboard DT.

Hi everyone Sandi here to share with you my latest creations using Imaginarium Designs Chipboard.

My first is another journal page in my Design Team Journal, this is where I experiment with different inks, styles and IDChipboard.

 


I used Lindy's Stamp Gang inks to layer different colours onto both the background and chipboard the chipboard was firstly coating them with a thin coat of gesso to bring out the bright colours of the ink. The stamps are from All&Create Limited Edition stamps by Fiona Paltridge and Tracy Evans.



I used the following chipboard:

Imagine believe IDW0079
IDW0083 love grow hello

4 circle border IDB0003
Loolabelles Chevrons 1 IDDL0020
IDD0033 Denises George flourish 2

IDA009 Isobel Uppercase

IDALC0001 Isobel lowercase

My second creation is my favourite for the month and reflects my love of nature. 



This layout background was created using Lindy's Stamp Gang spray inks, my new Fiona Paltridge stamps from All&Create Limited Edition stamp sets and Dina Wakley Scribble sticks. The arrow chipboard I used was covered with Silver Vera Color ink and then embosssed with Tinby Metallic Melts. The piechart chipboard was coated with the blue Lindy's spray which I had left to dry out considerably in a palette to concentrate the colour and make it thicker to paint with.



Here is the chipboard I used:

Loolabelle's nested Arrows IDDL0018
Loolobelle's Piechart and heart embellishments48 IDD0046
Together is a beautiful place to be IDP0211


My last share is a birthday card I have made for a special friend. It's a little different to what I normally would do for a card but thought I'd do something a bit different for her because 'We all are a little mad in here' is a bit of fun that she would relate to.



Again I used Lindy's Stamp gang Magicals powders both on the background and chipboard, I sprinkled some onto my craft mat and sprayed some water on it and rubbed the heart chipboard into it. The Happy birthday was sponged with black gesso and the hash circle was painted with white gesso to give texture. My stamps were from All&Create LE by Olga Heldmein


The chipboard used included:

IDDL0015 Lous heart shapes
Loolabelles circular cross hatch IDD0025
Happy birthday for cards 4 per board IDP0079

Thanks so much for dropping by I hope I have been able to inspire you to explore how you can incorporate Imaginarium Design chipboard into you future layouts and take on the challenge to enter our current challenge on our Imaginarium Designs Chipboard blog, Facebook and Instagram pages.

Tuesday, 30 May 2017

Scrappy Chat "Sunshine and Memories' kit- "Dreams".

Hello Scrappy Chat Friends Sandi here with you today to share my f second layout I have created using the 'Sunshine and Memories' kit.


This kit is filled with a mix of beautiful of vibrant colours and products which lend themselves to simply stunning creative layouts.

 The stencil and Distress Crayons are very versatile and have unlimited possibilities in their applications with the gorgeous Colour Crush Watercolour Ink adding a beautiful softness to the layout background.





Are you sick of using the same products in the same ways.  OR maybe you can't get to classes to learn new techniques be it due to distance or time poor?  

Ever wanted to learn more techniques while being supplied a pack of goodies, well at Scrappy Chat Designs we have the answer and here is how you can join!

Joining Scrappy Chat Designs is like doing 3 classes each month - all in the comfort of your own home!

Each premier kit comes with:
Video AND instructions to complete the three layouts and feature many techniques with product to be used well after the life of the kit. (With all of our kits you will have plenty of product and knowledge to add to future projects)
Photos of each project including close up detail pictures.
All the product needed to complete the project with a list of additional basic items used such as ink/ paints/gesso/texture paste and colour sprays you will need out of your supplies.
The kits focus on how to use various products teamed up with some pretty paper to compliment them, so there is always less or non-consumable products in our kits, to not only help you complete some beautiful projects, learn many techniques and ways of using the different product as well as taking them well beyond the kit projects.

Kits are $45 + postage and come out monthly. Please e-mail us at orders.scrappychatdesigns@gmail.com if you would like to order this kit

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This lasts for 3 months is $149 and includes 3 kits at OVER 10% off!!! and postage for all 3 kits  INCLUDED (they are released monthly).  As a member you also get ‘insider’ info on what is coming up in the next kit – sometimes even a pic! You get additional 'Technique sheets' showing you more techniques you can nail with the product in the kit from the talented Arty Chic's.  You are also guaranteed the kits which do sometimes sell out VERY quickly.  If you are interested in membership, you need to pay the membership fee by the 30th of the month prior.  So to commence in April (next kit to be released) you need to have your membership fee paid by 30th March. Just email for this deal orders.scrappychatdesigns@gmail.com 

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Saturday, 20 May 2017

Imaginarium Designs May Share.

Hi everyone, Hope you all had a wonderful Mothers Day and had a very relaxing day. I'm back this month to share some of the pieces that I created recently.

My first piece was produced for the amazing Kraft+ Out of the Box Challenge which Imaginarium Designs were sponsoring this month. The challenge was to not use square or rectangular photos on a Kraft paper stock background.
 

 I used a honeycomb die from Tim Holtz to cut out the photo and covered the hexagon shapes out of the Honeycomb chipboard and Loolabelles' nested hexagons to compliment the photo shape. The title 'Got the travel bug' and 'oh yeah' were painted with acrylic paint.





Hi everyone, Hope you all had a wonderful Mothers Day and had a very relaxing day. I'm back this month to share some of the pieces that I created recently.

My first piece was produced for the amazing Kraft+ Out of the Box Challenge which Imaginarium Designs were sponsoring this month. The challenge was to not use square or rectangular photos on a Kraft paper stock background.


I used a honeycomb die from Tim Holtz to cut out the photo and covered the hexagon shapes out of the Honeycomb chipboard and Loolabelles' nested hexagons to compliment the photo shape. The title 'Got the travel bug' and 'oh yeah' were painted with acrylic paint.





IDP0206 Got the travel bug
Honeycombe 6x6 IDS0054
Loolobelle's nested hexagons IDD0017
IDW0098 Just kidding Oh yeah ooh ooh Blah Blah


My second piece is a journal page. I love using my handmade journal to explore techniques, paints/inks and products. I alway use pieces of Imaginarium chipboard in this journal. 

 
 
The background was created using Finnabair metallic paints over gessoed pages and tissue paper with distressed printed material and material threads. The chipboard obtained it's sparkling depth was a simple layer of Finnabair metallic teal paint or StazOn Midnight blue ink.










The chipboard I used included:
Birdcage (4 on board) IDT0009

Explore Adventure Discover IDW0100

Skeltonal feather IDDL006
Morrocan Corner IDC0013
 The third piece is a canvas layout using Inktense pencils to draw interlocking squares like the chipboard I used.
 

 



Nats squares IDD0038
Chris small arrows and shapes board. IDDC0001
Memories IDP0051

Happy Scrapping everyone and see you next month. More wonderful pieces of art are coming from our design team so stay tuned and in contact so you don't miss out.