Saturday, October 7, 2017

"Check it out" by Amy C

Hello D-lish Scraps fans! 

This is my first share for D-lish Scraps. I am so excited to be here!

I have a passion for cute little race cars and the original ‘Italian Job’ is one of my fave films.

I couldn’t resist the opportunity to scrap, when I captured a photo of this red and black beauty recently. 

So, this is my take on this month’s inspiration board!

Using a old reward card, I swiped red acrylic paint randomly. Then, using a stencil and white texture paste, I smeared some of it onto the black paper. Then I diecut my hexagon shapes and trimmed the black paper. I used the sketch from this month’s inspiration board as a guide.

Once the paint had dried, I sprinkled with ColourBlast sprays and allowed those to dry too. I then used a chequered stamp with permanent ink on the red paint and began to add the D-lish Scraps embellishments!

In this cluster – around the photo – you can see I used:

Punchinella – I used silver Punchinella … love this little treasure!
'Just Add Paper' kit – from the ‘Retro Revival’ kit – red flower and blue stars.

In this cluster at the top of the page I used Bling and Metal embellishments: The red wire – gave it a good swirl around as I wanted to create height.

The black and white striped love heart is also from the 'Just Add Paper' kitRetro Revival’.

This cluster - here on the left-hand side of layout – the red and white striped star is again from the Retro Revival’ kit
Underneath, the silver foiled Diecut hexagon shape is waxed red twine that was used to wrap the ‘Retro Revival’ kit. I do love how you can utilise extensively from the 'Just Add Paper' kits!

In this area, the grey hexagon was hand die cut, using the ‘Printed Tag Pack’ – ‘Fringed Fancies Bright.

The blue arrow on top was heat embossed with ColourBlast embossing Powder.

Here is a reminder of the "Seriously Rad" October Inspiration Board, where I took my inspiration for this page!

I hope this leaves you feeling inspired…

Thank you for stopping by!



1 comment:

  1. Gorgeous LO Amy. I do love those little pops of blue to the colour scheme. :D