Sunday, March 24, 2013

Bo Bunny Prarie Chic and ScrapFx chippies

Have you taken a good look at the ScrapFx chippies? They are seriously wonderful, very detailed and sturdy and they are just perfect for embossing with one of my favorite product, Stampendous aged embossing powders.  On these two layouts, I've combined ScrapFx chippies with Bo Bunny's great new collection, Prairie Chic.

For this first LO I used Garden as my base paper and cut it to put the two edge patterns together and made the swirly pattern on the right side of the page.  I wanted to bring out the subtle greens in the background so I stamped some flourishes with an old Heidi Swapp foam stamp near the bottom and then liberally sprayed the page on the left with Lindy's Moonshadow mist.

The photo is of me and my big brother when I was 3 1/2 years old.  Ahhh, every little girl needs a big brother!


I am loving ScrapFx chippies and here I've used one of my favorite flourishes ever behind the photo. I embossed the chippy with Stampedous Aged Hunter Green Embossing Enamel. I love the this stuff! The birdhouse is painted with Viva Decor paints.


Supplies:

Patterned paper:  Bo Bunny Prairie Chic:  circle-Chevron 14101668,  base-Garden 14101673, license plates fussy cuts-Prarie Chic 14101667, photo mats-Stonewashed Denim 1410676,die cut border stickers-Combo Stickers 14103681 (Currently this is out of stock at the Flying Unicorn)
Letters:  Sizzix diecut  Tim Holtz Vintage Market 
Chipboard:  ScrapFx flourish and birdhouse - new chippies will be added to the store any day now!
Flowers:    Petaloo Cantebury Rose Brownie, FUL Victorian Garden beige; Petaloo Canterbury Ivy leaf vines with gold
Ink:  Distress walnut stain
Embossing enamel:  Stampendous Aged Hunte
Other:  7 Gypsies journal ticket
Unknown:  Burlap,straw mesh






On this layout I was trying my hand and blending the photo into the paper in the style of our guest designer this month, Solange Marques.  After cutting my photo to fit inside the ScrapFx chippy circle,   I  painted some white gesso in the upper right corner, then I glued down the photo.  I added some molding paste and used a credit card to blend the edge of the photo into the molding paste.  I used Claudia Helmuth charcoalblack and traditional tan to stipple additional leaves on the tree, thereby extending the photo into the background. I covered the photo and then misted with Lindy's Frosted Forget me nots, stamped on some script with a Kaisercraft stamp and then added the ScrapFx chippy.

On the bottom left, I used a new Prima Lattice Stencil (6 x 6) and molding paste to create the lattice pattern.  After it dried I misted it liberally with Lindy's Edelweiss Moss Green.


I cut up a Prima Bretton Alyssa vine to layer around the large Manor House bloom.


Finally I fussy cut some banners from the paper and added to my floral cluster.

Supplies:

Patterned paper:  Bo Bunny Prairie Chic:  Base-Chevron , yellow-Stonewash Denim , Stickers Chipboard:  ScrapFxchippy
Flowers:    Prima Bretton Vine Alyssa 552640, large flower Manor House
Embossing Enamel:  Stampendous Aged Ivory
Paint: white gesso;  Claudia Helmuth charcoal black, traditional tan





6 comments:

  1. Two gorgeous pages but I am seriously in love with your first one! Oh my!

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  2. Love, love, love the way your chippies turned out! I think I'm going to have to pick up that Hunter Green EP, too now. That little birdhouse is adorable!

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  3. sooooooo amazing Maggi...and you saying your mojo is not around.......WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT GIRL! CRAZY INSANE GORGEOUS and that HAT well ....WOW!!!!!

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  4. Maggi those layouts are soooo beautiful!!!

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  5. First of all WOW!!!!! The finishes on the chippies look AMAZING! I've tried the Stampendous Shabby White/Gold enamel and LOVED it but you really took yours to the next level on both pages. Gorgeous work. Thank you SO much for linking up to the Scrap FX Facebook page- I hope we can drive more customers Flying Unicorn's way!
    Second- I've been reading this blog for about 20 minutes now. I can't leave a lot of comments because my ancient computer is frustratingly slow but I love your tutorial links and that Mad Hatter Hat is AMAZING!!!! Great blog!
    Michelle- Scrap FX DT

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    1. Thank you so much for your vist, I appreciate your kind comments!

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