Thursday, February 12, 2015

Focus on PowderPuff Chalk Inks with Martha!

Hello friends, Martha Lucia here with another fun project to share with you.
 
It's fun because it is a Sunshine Smile, a 12"x12" Scrapbook page that I made using the Alton 300 and Celebrate 700 Papers and several colors of our PowderPuff Chalk Inks. These colors are soft and vibrant at the same time and you can use them to give color over vellum, cardstock, paper, canvas and chipboard.
 
SUNSHINE SMILE  

  • To create the sunshine design I used a 12"x12" stencil from Heidi Swapp over the Alton 300 paper and I decided to alternate the colors of the PowderPuff Chalk Ink.
  • I used the Coral, Caribbean Blue, Blue Lagoon, Soft Sage and Rusty Nail.
  • I applied the inks with a blending tool; with this I got the perfect definition of the color.
  • I decided to combine my sunshine with a few die cuts designs.
  • I cut the Loopy Rings and Smile sentiment using the Celebrate 700 paper.
  • Then I used cardstock in a coordinating color to cut other two die cuts to serve as mats for my photo.
  • I stamped over the bigger cut a border with dots using one stamp with Rusty Nail PowderPuff Chalk Ink.

SUNSHINE SMILE

As a final touch, I added some sequins in blue lagoon, gold and coral and tied a white twine around the photo mat to make a bow and decorate with a second bow in coral.

SUNSHINE SMILE  

Quick Quotes Products:
 
Other Products:
Sunshine Stencil - Heidi Swapp
Loopy Rings Die Cut - Memory Box
Nesting Book Pages Die Cut - Darice
Smile Die Cut - Little Yellow Bicycle
Blending Tool
Bakers Twine White and Coral
Sequins Blue Lagoon, Gold and Coral
Dimensionals

I hope my page inspired you to use your PowderPuff Chalk Inks in many ways. They are great and easy to use. If you want to know more about these I invite to you to visit us very soon, here you will find a quick inspiration.

See you soon!
~Martha Lucia
 
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2 comments:

Susie Bentz said...

Absolutely love this! Great job!

Martha Lucia Gomez said...

Thank you Susie. I really love your work and your comment made me very happy. Hugs! Martha Lucia