Hi friends! back today with another Artist Tribe post!
Today the Sari Journey continues with a spread
Dreaming of what May Be...
Again,less writing,lots of photos,I hope you enjoy your visit!
Started out with covering the page with some of the Batik fabric,my friend Jen sent me. I tore this into strips and applied with matte medium.
The flowers are cut from pieces of
After applying the flowers with matte medium,I painted them in with watered down acrylics.
Here I used a few saved teabags as well as these beautiful Fabulous Florals~Gold Skeleton Leaves from Gwen's store.
I used these to frame my young girl who is looking on her reflection,wondering about her future.
Also used are circles punched from
The circles and flowers are edged with embossing powders from Lindy's
I tore the edges of her photo and used Distress Vintage Photo to "age" the edges
This next page is of the young girl and what may be...
this left side looked too bare to me...
again,tearing the edges,adding Vintage Photo and then applying Burnt Copper Leaves Embossing Powder on the edges of these graphics.
This HAS to be my favorite
Gwen's Essentials Emerald Creek Embossing Powder~Gorgeousness!
both punched as flowers and also the background piece with the tiny butterflies
I felt the left side of the last page was too bare, so I made a flower out of leftover Irresistible India Embellished Sari Scraps~Pinks/Fuchsias and added it with matte medium
Seriously,if you have not checked out these Irresistible Sari Scraps,you really need to!
They are simply incredible!
what will her future bring?
So glad you were able to come by and visit again today!
I sure hope you found your visit inspiring and maybe it teases you on to create something yourself!
Love & Peace
Products used from:
Other products used:
Homemade journal created by Gwen Lafleur
Matte Gel Medium
Vintage looking graphics-my collection
DecoArt Fluid Media Acrylics
Lindy's Stamp Gang Embossing PowderRanger DistressVintage Photo Ink