Wednesday 20 September 2017

I love the way you smile by Danielle Vertigan

Hello Colour Blast Creators
The year is flying by so fast and its that time of the week again for me to share my latest creation with you.
Simple, clean and white space is what I was going for and I have to say I am pretty happy with the results.

To get started you will need
Colour Blast Paste in Envy and Dusty Charcoal
Colour Shimmer Spray in Envy
and a Sheet of White Cardstock.

Using the Colour Shimmer Spray I removed the lid and worked with it free form.
Be sure to mix it well before you start to get all that gorgeous shimmer that settled out of the bottle and onto your page.
I gently poured it onto my layout and then tilted it to spread the colour.

I repeated this around certain areas of my page.
Once dry I selected a stencil and using a spatula I applied the paste through the stencil.
Using Dusty Charcoal I started with one area to the left followed by one to the right.

I chose not to line up the images and had them slightly off line to one another.
Once this was dry I used a second pattern and added it to my right corner with Envy  slightly lapping my previous application

A few controlled flicks where added using the stalk.
You can add more or less its up to you.
I've chosen to keep it restrained. How much you add is up to you.
Roadbase  Colour Spray 
would make another great addition to your layout if your after more contrast.
Using the base of an embellishment packet I created lapping squares using a gel pen.
Once I completed my desired pattern, I went over it freehand till I was happy with the end result.

I repeated this process to create a layout border.

I trimmed down a 4x6 inch photo and slightly tilted it to match my squares.
Using a Black Marker and ruler I bordered my Photo.
I preferred this look over any matting. I didn't want to add another element.

Some journaling details have been added using both a gel pen and stickers for a point of difference.

Some black chipboard gave me my title

Finished with a touch of Bling in silver.

I'm really happy with the splash of colour and the restraint.
Its not often I do it but I do love having white space on my layout.

For all your Colour Blast goodies and to add to your collection
There is so much to choose from and as you can see in the images the shimmer is a standout.
Thanks for stopping by

1 comment:

  1. So much beautiful masterpiece, colour powder is now being part of the art industry because of numerous artists using powder as their main material for their crafts