Thursday, March 14, 2013

Spring


This is one of my recent layout using an acrylic XL scallop and mascil by Clear Scraps, gorgeous new printed flowers by Petaloo and tons of colorations and sorbet by Art Anthology. The papers used are by Graphic 45.

Here are some details on it.

 
To create the textured hexagon, I've used the chicken wire mascil by Clear Scraps with some white gesso. Later, I've misted it with two colorations (Juicy, Fern Leaf). Colorations may take a little longer to dry on acrylic surfaces. To ground the top left corner of the photograph, I've used some Big Dip O'Ruby sorbet to paint it.
 

 
To paint the chipboard branch, I've used Viridian and Big Dip O'Ruby sorbets. This will give the chipboard some gorgeous glittery colors.
 


Check out these gorgeous new flower by Petaloo! I love them so much! The lace, decorative pins and the new butterflies are also by Petaloo.


Scrapbooking Master Class with Irene Tan. Check it out here!

Sources: Acrylic Products: Clear Scraps: Pattern Papers: Graphic 45; Inks and paints: Ranger Inks, Art Anthology; Mask and stencils: Clear Scraps; Flowers: Petaloo; Others: Petaloo butterflies, lace and pins, May Art twine, white gesso, Dusty Attic chipboard, Graphic 45 sticker, Zig marker, Beacon and other adhesives.

4 comments:

АВикторияА (Россия) said...

Я так люблю Ваши работы. Настоящая весна. Жаль пока не могу себе позволить купить Вашу книгу( доставка в Россию дороже книги). Спасибо за хорошее настроение.

Artorca said...

After watching your picture i got an idea clicked in my mind that how should I made my next card.
Thanks for sharing. ~ Carolina

Dianne said...

Wow Irene the layout is fabulous all of it,gorgeous background for the gorgeous girl, thanks for sharing all your creativity and always inspiring me, have a great day..

Kelly Foster said...

What a stunning creation! Absolutely beautiful!

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