Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Textured Layouts with Rommel Okuma

Hi there! How have you been, scrappers? Hope everybody is doing well!  Today I want to share two projects that I worked with textures.  One of the projects was inspired by this gorgeous photo sent by Lea, our DT coordinator:
When I saw this photo for the first time I was delighted by the circular mirror. The second part that impressed me were the many textures in it. Inspired by these two points, I created the page below:
I used this beautiful frame with roses from the Beautiful Dreamer Peek-a-Boo pack:
Then I layered many papers, die cuts cut from Whatnots and used a bunch of Distress Ink Photo Vintage color for a grunge effect. See more details:

My second project for today I worked more with textures. To add this texture I used many strips of this floral paper:
Peek-a-boo frame with a quote from Dance in the sunshine Clear Stamp:
Hand made frabric flowers inked with Distress Stain:
I painted this accent from Peek-a-boo with Distress Crackle Paint. I liked the effect:
A Rhinestone to add some sparkle to the project:
Another stamp for Dance in sunshine clear stamp set:
So, as you see, we can create any project just inspired by a photo. Check out the photo again, and create your own project for this month's blog challenge! We would love to see what you will create!

Projects Supplies:

- Beautiful:
Glitz Design:
- Beautiful Dreamer Papers: Damask, Houndstooth
- Beautiful Dreaner Whatnots
- Beautiful Dreamer Peek-a-boo
Other companies supplies:
- Mask: Prima Marketing
- Tim Holtz Wash tape
- Inks: Distress Ink - Ranger

- Dance in the sunshine:
Glitz Design:
- Dance in the sunshine Papers: Floral, Stripe
- Dance in the sunshine: Peek-a-book,Clear Stamps set,Rhonestones
Other companies supplys
- Ranger: Distress Ink and Distress Stain
- American Crafts: Thickers

Thank you for stopping by. See you at next month!

1 comment:

Bellaidea said...

I like 2 of them! Great color combo on the second! I like all "less popular" colors a lot!