Thursday, May 31, 2007

Dinolicious







Ryan loves to play with his 4-D dinosaurs all the time. Therefore, I've thought of capturing this moment for him to cherish in future.

The title of this layout actually came from my screen name. Ryan often forgets and refuses to eat his meals when he is playing with his dinosaurs just liked when I forgets my meals when I'm scrapping. That's why I've gave myself the screen name "Scrapperlicious". I guess for Ryan dinosaurs are more delicious than his meals. Therefore, I've named the layout "Dinolicious".

I've used various techniques in this layout.

First of all, I've used the "Inking In Layers with Masks" technique (refer to tips and tricks section) for the dinosaurs bones or fossils.

Secondly, I've created an acrylic paints frame to frame the photograph. (Refer to "Create a Frame Using Acrylic Paint" in my tips and tricks section)

Thirdly, I've created a Dino Autograph using "Toys as Stamping Tools" technique. (Refer to my tips and tricks section)

This a multi-techniques layout that I've had so much fun while creating it.

12 comments:

Allison said...

WOW!!! That is one incredible LO!!!

Is it digital??????

dawn inskip said...

I followed you here from 2P's :) this is totally incredible, thanks so much for sharing :)

Jewelry Supplies said...

I love your scrapbook blog.

Paul-ene said...

wow...love your blog first of all and your Layouts are so INTENSE and detailed! WOW! Super job! Love all of it but I think my favorite is the paint frame you made...and oh heck...can't pick just one favorite! I like it all! That was nice of your son to let you use his dinosaur to stamp on the LO!(ha!) Kids are kinda funny about their toys at times. That is great idea tho and great scraplift idea for the future. TFS!

VexedAngel said...

:-) Just wanted to let you know that I'm featuring your blog this week on Scrapbook Takeout's forum. :-)

patrice said...

I would just like to say, you do amazing work that is creative! I am so jealous. Keep it up, you've given me some great ideas!

Dee Bibb said...

Super job on your projects & this blog!!!

Eminepala said...

Wow girl this is AMAZING.. Just discovered your blog... I really want to learn FAB techniques to use on my pages.. So I'm on the right place, right ?? LOL

xoxo
Emine

tracy said...

followed you here from sb.com, amazing work as always but I love your blog tips & tricks even more, tfs!

Tracey said...

Stunning work with the masking and inking ,love the way you always give such detailed descriptions, truly an inspiration TFS xxx

Sharon said...

So unique.....amazing work.

Sharon said...

So unique..amazing work.

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