I always learn something new everytime I attend her class and I always feel bad if I have to skip or miss a class due to prior commitments. I will share my layouts from the class. I still have to take pictures of my layouts.
What I will share this time is still a scraplift from Iris. I picked up a pack of Studio Azul kit accummulating dust for two years, going on three. I looked at the papers and notices that they were released 2009. I tried to search for inspiration but could not find any. I tried to look at Iris' 2009 archives and voila. There are papers which are exactly the same. So I lifted her layout and made slight revisions with the stuff I have.
I used modelling paste, colored with Prang Metallic Watercolors to give extra dimension to the borders. I fell in love with Prang Metallic colors the first time I tried on them the last class. Good thing hubby able to grab one for me. I also used the water color for the flowers of the stamped image. The colors are pastel and more vibrant than others.
Sometimes when I cannot think of a title for the layout, since the picture itself tells the story, Ali Edwards stamps from Technique Tuesday comes handy for title and journalling.
Prang Metallic Watercolor
Liquitex Modelling Paste
Hero Arts Flower Tree Stamp
Ali Edwards Stamps