Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Gelli Printing with Prima marketing stencils :) :) :)

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Prima Marketing Layout Video :)

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Prima Marketing Color Bloom Tag

Hello Hello :)
I have just cut and paste a step out brief I did for a tag for Prima Marketing So love using these sprays :) :) :) 

Tagmakers, have you seen our Color Bloom sprays yet? If not, then get ready for a fabulous project by our very own Louise Nelson! She is going to show you some fabulous ideas for coloring different Prima products to make your tags really stand out!
Love tag
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Louise has created a sweet ‘bunches of love’ tag, using an assortment of Prima products, to showcase just how versatile this fabulous spray mist is. Louise just loves how full-bodied, yet subtle, the Color Blooms are, and how they take so well to a variety of surfaces.
Here's how
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With the canvas elements Louise likes to either dampen the canvas with water first, and then paint the canvas, or spray directly onto the canvas element. Louise has done both with the canvas embellishments for this tag.
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After premoistening the canvas flowers and leaves Louise then painted them with the mist using a small soft bristle paint brush.
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For the canvas banner Louise misted it directly with Lime Wedge. All canvas elements were dried carefully using a heat gun.
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The Shabby Chic Treasures resin frame was also colored using the Color Bloom spray-this time in Peony. It was misted, then dried using a heat gun.
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These white flowers were also given a light dusting with the Color Bloom spray and allowed to dry naturally.
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To create the mottled look on the tag background, it was first sealed with white spray paint and allowed to dry. The Color Bloom mists was then applied quite liberally. Using a heat gun, and a paper towel, Louise used a combined technique of dabbing and drying with the heat gun to get the mottled effect.

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During construction of the bunch of flowers on the tag Louise has inserted the canvas flowers and leaves in amongst the Hello Pastel flowers! To soften the look a little Color Bloom-colored gauze has been used around the frame and around the edges of the bunch of flowers.
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The tag title has been completed using these wonderful canvas alphabet stickers.
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From this close up of the frame you can see how well the Color Bloom highlights the pattern of the resin frame.
Prima products
Other: Imaginarium Designs Chipboard Tag, Spray paint - white, Gauze, Seam Binding, Staples

Cheers and Happy Scrapping :) xox

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Prima Marketing :) :) :)

Hello Hello :)

Today I would like to share with you a Step-by-step that I created for Prima Marketing, 
Blogged >>> HERE .
Layout - LOL

Sept step louise
I like to create mylayouts on a sturdy background as I use layers of wet mediums that would otherwise make cardstock disintegrate. So I begin with a 12 x 12 grey board, which has been spray-painted with white paint.
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When the background is dry select desired stencil [Louise just loves this new release stencil by Finnabair] and place on background in desired position.
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Then using a clear embossing inkpad, apply embossing ink over the stencil to create a doily pattern on the background.
Sept step 3

Sprinkle over a good layer of clear fine embossing powder. Shake off excess and then heat set using a heat gun.
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As you can see from this close up the stencil pattern isn’t perfect, it is quite abstract! But that is okay as it fits perfectly with the ‘look’ Louise wants to achieve.
Sept step 5
Apply a very liberal coating of chalkboard mist over the embossed area.
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Tilt the background ensuring that there is some paper towel to catch the dribbles.
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Then with water mister set on spray ‘rinse ‘ the mist off until there is a faint coating of the chalkboard mist. Continue to mist the whole of the background with water until there is a fine coating of water.

Once again apply a slightly less liberal coat of chalkboard mist over the embossed area.
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Lay the layout flat, then using the heat gun start to dry the mist and water starting at the centre of the embossed area. As you can see from the picture above it spreads the mist out across the background.
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While the background is still slightly damp, mop up the mist and water using the same paper towel used to catch the drips. Don’t be too particular and concentrate on leaving patches of the mist colored to create a free-style pattern of color that extends out from the embossed area.
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When you have finished blotting up some of the colored mist, re-wet the centre of the embossed area with the water mister.
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Using the same paper towel blot away some of the colored mist from the centre of the embossed area. This will help to subtly highlight some of the embossed pattern.
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You can now allow the background to dry naturally before completing it or dry it off gently with a heat gun.
Well, I do hope you liked that technique.
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I encourage you too have a try; but please not to get discouraged if it doesn’t look the same or as good as you would like it. I NEVER knows how her layout backgrounds are going to look when they are finished! I just love the process of creating, and experimenting, and going with the flow to see what evolves.

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If you do ‘have a go', please do share with a link to your project in the comments section >>> HERE :) or on the Prima Marketing Facebook page. I would so love to see what you create!

Prima Products Used:

  • 12 x 12 Grey Board
  • Spray paint white
  • Ranger Embossing ink
  • Embossing powder
  • Coconut fibre
  • Florist vine
  • Staples
  • Tattered Angels Chalkboard glimmermist - Decadence
  • Staples
  • Small soft bristle paint brush
  • Stapler
  • Water mister
  • Clear Drying liquid glue
  • Adhesive foam dots
  • Heat gun
  • Paper towel

Cheers for now,

Happy Scrapping, Louise :) xx