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Saturday 25 June 2022
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Monday 20 June 2022
Today’s journal page
has been created using the Moonshadows Collection by Sue Smyth. This beautifully designed serene paper
collection will be available later this week.
To ensure you don’t
miss your chance to work with these beautiful papers and inspiring mixed media
tools, subscribe today to receive your kit … Bee Arty Kit Club
Moonshadows collection designed by
Moonshine word cardstock (side B)
Dragonfly dance cardstock
Borderline A4 stencil
Moondust A5 stencil
Floral Tags metal die
Moonrock metal die
Bee Arty Shimmer
– peacock, cobalt, passion
Mini archival ink pad –
Blending tool / foam
Water colour paints
Paint pen – royal blue
the Moonshine word sheet (side B) down to A4 size.
the Garden Patina (archival ink) through the Moondust A5 stencil using a
domed blending tool diagonally across the page (top right to bottom left)
few scoops of Bee
the blue modelling paste through the ‘circles’ section of the Borderline A4
stencil with a palette knife in a loose cross shape. Allow to dry.
Run the Floral Tags metal die through a diecut machine onto a sheet of A4 White Cardstock – Bee Arty
Moonrock metal die through onto a piece of
Cardstock – Bee Arty
one of the backing tag pieces and two of the floral diecuts with passion/cobalt
Colour the remaining pieces with a watery mix of peacock Bee Arty Shimmer dust
Please note ... in hindsight I should have coloured the Moonrock metal die with the cobalt/passion mix so that it stands out on the page ... you may wish to do this instead.
Glue the 3 floral
pieces to the tag backings using opposite colours to create focal points.
Fussy cut a few images
from the Collection cut-out sheet then colour in with water colour
Cut some thin (7) strips from the leftover piece of the Moonshine word sheet (side B) with paper cutter.
Then loosely weave the strips randomly through the Moonrock metal die cut out to resemble a starburst shape.
Trim to suit the background.
With a royal blue paint
pen edge along the strips of paper to visually lift them from the page a
Fussy cut several
dragonflies from the Dragonfly dance cardstock and some wording from the
Moonshine word cardstock. Arrange
all the elements on the page then add mounting tape to the tags, goddess image
and wording then adhere to the page.
Add detailing with the royal blue paint pen to all the elements (dragonflies, tags, wording) to finish.
I certainly hope you
have found some inspiration with my journal page and have been enticed to order
this collection for yourself.
Until next time … happy
Sunday 19 June 2022
Do you ever look back at your creations and reflect on all you have done? Well today I have taken a step back in time ..... back to before Bee Arty was Bee Arty, it was Colour Blast, the journey from then to now has been awesome with great quality products and the introduction of the Collections. Many things have come and gone but the one great tried and tested product that has remained is the Colour Blast Spray in a huge range of bright bold colours it is a staple in any scrapbookers stash.
Today I am going to share with you three different layouts that I created using the Colour Blast Spray, doing three different techniques. I created the blog post way back in 2017 and I still use the Spray and these techniques to this day.
For the full step by steps pop back in time to this Blog Post: 1 Product 3 Ways.
Saturday 18 June 2022
Hello Bee Arty Lovelies,
Sunila here, and I'm back with a fun pictorial for you'll. Today I'm using the Chit Chat collection for a paper crafting project. When it comes to making Masculine cards, it's a challenge for me. So today I thought of trying out a different idea, and I created a Wallet style card. This is a unique greeting card with space for a gift card/voucher/money.
Here's a look at it:
Let's dive in, into the process of creating this.
Thursday 16 June 2022
A quick little share from me today - I have combined a few amazing ranges to put this layout together from a great little holiday I had a few years back on the Central Coast of NSW.