Saturday, October 12, 2019

You... by Amanda Hartmann

Hi all!

I'm sharing this page for D-lish today - to showcase some of the awesome goodies in store. It was a page I created for Scrap the Girls.

I started with plain papers - And added washi tape strips for some details. If you have been collecting Just Add Paper kits for a while, you should have a great collection of washi for any page. I particularly love the skinny tapes!

In these close ups you will find some D-lish Scraps embellishments.
Here is a list, with the links in store:





 Thanks for looking today!
Amanda

Monday, October 7, 2019

Wonderful in every way

Hi everyone
This LO was inspired by Anthea's recipe challenge over at The Scrap Suite.






Once I had suck down my strips of paper, I added some dimensional paint through a stencil, cause it wouldn't be me if there wasn't some mixed media!


I've embossed the wood veneer word from a past JAP kit, added some twine and a Magnolia paper flower, then my title and I'm done!


'til next time
happy crafting
cheers
Tracey







Thursday, October 3, 2019

Family Time, by Amanda Hartmann

Hi everyone!

Welcome to October! Today I am sharing a family page, filled with D-lish Scraps goodies. I am sure there are many of us with some old Just Add paper kits in our stash - grab them out and use them today. I had a little bag of left over bits and I used them all to make this page. Plus added more from in store.


I started with a painted and splattered background - in pink, blue and purple! Then I layered the photo with journal its, a lace doily and all those flair and flowers!

Let's look at some close ups:





Here are the links in store to some of the products I used:

That's it for today! Hope you feel inspired to use your JAP kits!
Thanks for looking! 
Amanda




Monday, September 30, 2019

Smile

Hi everyone, today I am sharing a layout inspired by Amanda L’s cybercrop inspiration board challenge. I closely stuck to the colours and sketch too. Today is the last day to get your challenges in over at the Scrap Suite! 





I used a D-lish stencil for a mixed media background and used multiple papers to layer behind the photo. A yellow doily, flair and wooden veneer title to finish off the page. 






Thanks for dropping by.

Emma. :)



Saturday, September 28, 2019

♥️ This smile


Hi everyone, today I am sharing a monochromatic layout with lots of pink! I have created a mixed media background using a brayer and then using a D-lish stencil adding another layer using gesso. 





The creative cuts are so versatile, this time I have just added to the page without backing as a contrast to the pink paint.


A cluster of flowers and a flair button along with some washi tape finish off this corner. 

Thanks for looking. 

Emma  :) 





Friday, September 27, 2019

Sweet

Hi everyone,
back with some inspiration for Amanda L's challenge over at The Scrap Suite.


I started by adding some paint and pastes through a few different stencils then glued on some straws   Much easier than rolling your own paper! 
Matted my photo with some scraps of paper, a doily and some punchinella and then added some embellishments including a Flair Button, Enamel Heart Stickers and pearl cabochon hearts.   I added my wood veneer word as my title, keeping it plain for contrast.   The washi was from a past JAP kit.

Check out the closeups for the details.


Hope you've been inspired and get a chance to enter some of the challenges.
Looking forward to seeing what you create
'til next time
cheers
Tracey 



Tuesday, September 24, 2019

"High five" by Anthea

Hi all. 
 
Hope you are all well. 
 
My last LO with here on the D-lish blog is a new favourite and another one that I did at a retreat recently.
 
 
I love this phone picture of my gorgeous daughter and niece and knew that I wanted to have fun scrapping it.
 
Firstly I applied some texture paste through a stencil then when that was dry I went a little crazy with the background with a new product I had discovered (and for the life of me I can't remember the name of it - but if anyone wants to know - just let me know and I can find out). 
 
I then added strips of washi tape that I thought worked with the photo. I also added a cluster of goodies in the corner of my LO
 
I felt the LO wasn't quite popping, so then I added some faceted enamel dots and place the movie strip paper behind my photo.
 
I then just couldn't help myself and used a piece of wire around the photo to make it really pop.

 
 

 
Well....that is it. As they say "all good things must come to an end!"  This is my last LO share for D-lish. 
 
 I want to say thank you to all the past and present D-lish team members that I have had the pleasure of working alongside.  It has been a great honour being surrounded by such talent.  A huge thanks to Amanda for having me for all this time and believing in me, even when I didn't and thank you for having some of the best scrappy products to work with.   
 
Last, but not least, a huge thank you to all of our readers - it has been an absolute joy sharing with you all and I truly hope that in my time here I have inspired you even in some small way to create something you love.  Thank you for allowing me to show you a glimpse into my life. 
 
Love you all.
 
Till next time,
Take care.
 
Anthea
xoxo