Wednesday, December 18, 2013

December Club Q with Rhonda

Happy Wednesday to you!  Rhonda here today to host the blog for you.

My project today features pieces from the December Club Q kits along with a few other items from my personal stash. My page was inspired by this amazing sketch over at Sketchabilities. I really love the extra mixed media influences and thought it would be fun to mix things up a bit.

There are some really fun elements in the kits this month!  The pretty accordion flowers are die cut for you and some other pre-punched pieces of papers ready for you to embellish.

The accordion flower was assembled, and I added a little doily die cut on top of it and a pretty brad from one of my previous Club Q kits.  I used a stencil/mask and modeling paste to create my arrow, then rubbed on a bit of Inka Gold Metallic Rub for a pretty effect.

I love the sentiments sticker sheet that is included in the kit!  Perfect for my page!

My Santa Claus title work was cut using my Silhouette with the paper that came in the kit. Isn't that white lace trim just beautiful?  It's beyond stunning in person!!!

Products Used:
December Club Q
Treasure Chest - 200
Dusty Road - 400
PowderPuff Chalk Ink:  Coal Miner, Java, Baja Blue, Midnight Confessions and Coconut Wbite

Other Products Used:
Enamel Dots by MME
Journaling Card by Studio Calico
Modeling Paste
Arrow Stencil by Heidi Swapp
Fiona's Frame and Sophie's Mini Doily dies by Cheery Lynn Designs
Leaves and Tab dies by Memory Works
Fishtails and Scallop Border die by MFT
Stained Textures Stamps by BoBunny
Flourish by Zva Creative
Inka Gold Metallic Rub by Viva Decor
Pewter Radiant Rain by Luminarte
Memento Ink
Patina Stickles by Ranger
Springs Sprinklers by October Afternoon
Date Stamp by Becky Higgins
Silhouette for Santa Claus Title
Tiny Attacher by Tim Holtz

Thanks so much for stopping on over to the blog today for a visit!
~ Rhonda

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Barb Craft said...

Rhonda… this is stunning!! I love the pops of green! I also love the mix of messy splatters with the pretty lace and flourishes!

barb :)

Lynn said...

Wow!! Rhonda you are rocking the mixed media!! Love the colours, the layers and all the gorgeous details.

Karen M. G. said...

Well done!

Donna said...

beautiful details in this, really gorgeous!