Today I am sharing a way to make your background have color
I started with a pizza sized box, a piece of bubble wrap,
and a spray ink.
I put the bubble wrap inside the box and sprayed it with the
Then I put my paper on top of the bubble wrap and pushed
down to let the ink "stamp" on my paper.
This is what it looked like.
I moved the paper and then "stamped it" again on
the bubble wrap.
Once the ink was dry I added washi tape strips near the side
of each edge.
Then your back ground is done.
Once I added my photo, embellishments, string, and
journaling my final Page looks like this:
I f you don't have any bubble wrap you probably have some
other textured material that you can use to spray the ink on. I am sure wrinkled up foil is will work. I always put my paper into some kind of box
before I spray it. This helps to keep
the ink from spraying all over my scrap room.
I hope you will have some fun with spray ink and bubble wrap
When we were taking photo at my mom's before Prom I realized this photo made my daughter look like she had antlers. She had stood in front of one of my dad's animals hanging on the wall. I had my daughter move to a different place and took more photos of her. But, I just couldn't resist scrapping 1 of those photos with the antlers.
I realize the month is half over and I never posted the challenge at Pixels and Paper. Here it is: Welcome to our first month of Autumn down under and I hope some glorious weather awaits us - I always love our mid seasons, they are my favorite months of the year. This month our challenge is a pretty one - please use this delightful image as your inspiration point and add the criteria of FLOWERS to your submission and please don't forget to tell us what inspired you.
Criteria is FLOWERS
I just loved these flowers from the inspiration photo. I found a photo of the flowers that my mother in law had at her house. She took the photo and it was with some other photos that she had given to me. What a memory this will be for my kids. Here is mine:
I was inspired by the hearts. I wanted to create a page that showed love. I used a photo of my daughter doing something she loves: cheering. I used my heart stencils to add texture and color to my background. Then I added more hearts and some love sayings.
Join us for the February Challenge at Pixels and Paper. See detail challenges HERE.