After doing a class with Finibar in early March this year, I realy wanted to make a page using her technique, but make it my own.
so before adhering it together I sprayed the background card stock and the embellishments with Glimmer-mist and etc. I have become very fond of the filigree brass embellishments and am gathering a nice collection.
Have been looking forward to sharing this project, but first I must tell the story behind it.
One day earlier in the year, I walked into the shop Seriously Scrapbooking, whilst Jane was teaching a class. previous she had told me about an idea she had about a project to be covered by a cloche which she had sitting on the table, I took one look at the cloche and wanted one. After seeing her idea come to life in the class I begged her for the base, so I could create my own version using the papers from Meg's garden.
All though mine looks different because of the papers, it is still the concept of Jane's and I have enjoyed using her base and the Imaginarium chipboard through out.
Here is a link to Jane's class a Victorian Dome here
as she is still teaching classes on it I have decided to share mine as a project in progress so about once a month I will share the progression of my cloche the pleasurable thing is, I keep adding to it so mine is not quiet finished yet either.
Good Morning how quickly the weeks are flying by, its was my turn to post again over at Imaginarium Designs .
Today I have two easel cards to share a little similar in style but still very different, using one of my favourite piece's of chipboard, as well as an attempt at a masculine page as well.
this card I taught just recently at Serious Scrapbooking
I have embossed the edge of the chipboard with embossing powder a couple of times to achieve the end result on the clocks
I will admit that masculine pages and cards are not my thing.