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Wednesday, December 18, 2013

What's UP Wednesday: Die~Namites Dies Scrapbook Layout

It's What's UP Wednesday!!
Guess what I have been up to-you guessed it playing with some amazing Die~Namites Dies and Marion Smith new paper collections Mad Tea Party and Nirvana.
Also I decided I wanted to play along with Once Upon A Sketch Blog Challenge for December...so 
here is my 12 x 12 Layout
of my daughter Emilee who is senior this year!
Where does the time go? 
I just love these two die cuts and I fuzzy cut the flowers out of the paper collections!
Lots of textures and details-hope you all enjoy!
Make sure you read to the end (sneak peak of our Blog Hop this weekend)!


Adding texture with stucco/gesso and mists...
Distressing the edges...


I used just plain white card stock to die cut out my Die~Namites Dies.
Then using Distress ink in Vintage Photo and water painted the die cuts.
Using Perfect Pearl Mist in Blue Patina to give a rustic feel and look.
You can do this with any medium.



NEW - Knobby Branch



NEW - Summer Branch

Great Tip-cut apart your die cuts to use in little places...
to tuck and make your dies stretch!



I just love using my mists, inks and stamps to give the 
Die~Namites Dies great texture.


Thanks for stopping by today!!
hugs, 
Peggy Lee

Don't forget our Blog Hop this weekend starting on
Friday December 20 through Sunday December 22, 2013
going to be a great hop and sharing of the newly released dies.
Last Minute Christmas Ideas from the Design Team!


my new dies...I get to play with


Supplies:
Die~Namites Dies-knobby branch, summer branch
Marion Smith Designs-Mad Tea Party, Nirvana paper
and Stamps Curious
Ranger-distress ink vintage photo, black soot
color wash in espresso, perfect pearls mists in blue patina
and liquid pearls in white opal
Heidi Swapp-color shine in tinsel
Tattered Angels-glimmer mist coffee shop, turqouise blue
Beacon 3-n-1 glue
stucco/gesso
cheese cloth




2 comments:

  1. What a BEAUTIFUL layout Peggy.....beautiful papers and FANTABULOUS diecuts!!!

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