I began by painting the masking tape, didn't have any double sided so passed on adding tissue. Next I stamped with black archival.
I watered down my frescos and sprayed and dripped the colours. they didn't always go where I wanted
them to so helped a few along. I did some stamping and arranged the faux washi tape.
I mounted my photo onto black card and then doodled around it in black and white pens to make it stand out. did a little more doodling with white pen, added lettering and a little bit of writing.
Wow wow wow you have really created something beautiful Here Hazel the colours you have chosen so compliment the colours on the photo and what handsome young man taking centre stage. Love it xxxReplyDelete
Well it's easy to see what fun you've been having this evening - LOVE this page - great colours and drippage, and love the photo.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous colours. Gorgeous LOReplyDelete
Stunning work, Hazel! Wonderful wonderful Washi and those drips - fantastic. I love your colours and what a delightful photo. I've said this before and I'll say it again, you're going from strength to strength creatively. Julie Ann xxReplyDelete
Perfect background for George's image to be placed, perfect amount of white space & vibrant colour.ReplyDelete
Didn't you follow Darcy's post on making your own washi tape?
Glad you couldn't wait to get this done and shared your play results. Great page:-) x
This is fantastic Hazel and its obvious how much you enjoyed yourself. You took Pam's inspiration and ran with it to create this beautiful layout. The colours are glorious and that's one very handsome young man.ReplyDelete
Wow wow wow absolutely gorgeous stunning page. I love what you have done with the background and the washi tape, it looks amazing :-) Kezzy xxxReplyDelete
Fabulous, I love seeing people make their own tape, so many possibilities.ReplyDelete
Stunning page! I love colours and original tapes. xxReplyDelete
What a fabulous page Hazel! I love your colours, & George is a cute little fella!ReplyDelete
This was a fun challenge, wasn't it?!
Hi I'm new here and really love what I see. Your take on Pam's inspiration is fabulous the colors compliment your photo perfectly.
Gorgeous page! The background looks amazing.ReplyDelete
Your drippings are so much more defined than mine! The background you've created complements the photo perfectly.ReplyDelete
This is amazing, I love the drippage and the washi tape! Amazing colours too!ReplyDelete
Grog rest layout, love the colours. Looks like you had great fun making itReplyDelete