Friday, June 22, 2012

~Scraps of Darkness June Kit Reveal

This month's Scraps of Darkness kit is called White Rabbit and it's loaded with the gorgeous Wonderland papers designed by Finnabair herself, along with papers from Bo Bunny and Authentique!! Oh boy, this kit was SO SO much fun to work with!! I love it!!

One awesome thing about this months reveal, is all the photos I used were taken and edited by my children and they did a fantastic job on them!!  This first layout is of my dd, Rylee and it's based on the sketch of the month by Charlotte aka Suepup.  I called this layout Tranquility.

Check out these gorgeous Prima flowers!!

The best advice I can give when using the Dusty Attic chicken wire chippies is to cut them out of shape so they are uneven pieces. 
 You can't go wrong with trims and textures.  LOVE!!
 This next layout features a pic of my dd, Tyler that she took.   This layout is called Advice.  Lots of layers on this one.


 This is hard to see in the picture, but it reads, "Parents can only give good advice or put them on the right paths, but the final forming of a person's character lies in their own hands." -Anne Frank
 I used items from the Color Add On to create this checkerboard look.  I used the stencil to first spray blue ink and then blotted it with a paper towel.  Then used a sponge and went over the stencil again using gesso.  Easy to do and it gives a really neat shadow effect.  You can wait until the ink is all the way dry before applying the gesso so that the colors don't mix, but I wanted them to mix a like this, so I did it right away. 
 This next layout is called Blue Shoes and was taken by my daughter, Rylee.  I don't what it is, but I just love this shot.  Plus the Authentique papers went so well with the photo, it was meant to be.  


 Same effect with this part of the stencil as above.  Spray first then sponge it with gesso. 

Last but not least, here is a layout that features a photo of my oldest daughter's tattoos that she got done on her wrists.  I did add some of the Dusty Attic bricks from the Brick Wall chippie.  This layout is called Strong and her tattoos read, Strength for Today, Hope for Tomorrow.


 I created the texture using Gesso, Sparkle Mod Podge, Donna Salazar Fairy Dust and Dylusions Misting Sprays.

Here is a pic of the main kit!!

Thanks for stopping by and God Bless!!





2 comments:

  1. Gorgeous layouts love all the details and masking. TFS

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  2. lovely website/blog!lots to learn to do

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