Wednesday, October 20, 2010

"Raya" Layout & Altered Utilities Holder by Rosa

Hi! It's wednesday and today I have 2 projects to share with you. It's a simple project that I created using my beloved Slice.

My first project - 12x12 layout.


For the base, I used Crate Paper pp. To further enhance the base pp, I stamped the background with Hero Arts stamp using Encore Metalic Gold inkpad & added Ice stickles. For the side borders, I used Martha Steward punch.


To create this flower, cut out two different sizes of flowers.

- To create the large flower: Cut out the flower from the Slice Wedding design card & emboss it with cuttlebug embossing folder. Spray some Smooch Pearlized Spray Ink, use a sponge & dab the Ink all over it to cover the entire flower. Swipe the emboss area with Pearlescent Sky Blue Brilliance Pigment Ink.

- To create the small flower: Cut out the flower from the Slice Wedding design card & again using the same technique as above, spray & dab the ink all over the flower. Swipe all over it with embossing ink pad & add some clear embossing powder onto it, heat it with your heat gun. Let it cool, then stamp on it with black solvent ink.

- Cut out the flourishes from the Slice Basic 3 design card. Ink it with Amber Satin Color Box pigment brush pad. Stick them together & add a small button in the middle & sparkle it up with Glitz stickles.

Visit my blog HERE to view more pictures.

Materials Used : Slice Wedding, Basic 3 & Studio Essentials design card, Crate Paper Little Sprout Collection pp, Crate paper Cottage Collection pp, Dear Lizzy + American crafts pp, Dark brown cs, Martha Steward puncher, Cuttlebug embossing folder, Smooch Pearlized Spray Ink, Clear embossing powder, Hero Arts stamp, , Distress Ink, Encore Metalic Gold inkpad, Brilliance Pigment Ink, Solvent Ink, Ice stickles, Glitz stickles & Buttons.


My second project - altered utilities holder.


Last week I did a 'paperless' altered clipboard. This week I altered this utilities holder but its not paperless. It's 100% using Slice. It's really simple and easy to do.

- Select the pattern from Slice design card, set the size & cut it.

- Jazz it up with stickles, distress ink, chalk, LePlume marker and embossing powder.

- Put the cut out patterns together, layer them on top of each other.



This is the outcome. Simple and I like it. I use it to put my phone and it is also my mini ribbon holder.

Visit my blog HERE for more close-up pictures of this project.

That's all from me this week. Hope you like it. I'll be back again next week wednesday. Till then, tata titi tutu....

Note: If you know how to position the Slice, you will save a lot of paper!

Materials used: mm flutter pp, Crate Paper pp, Plain cs, Ice stickles, Glitz stickles, StazOn, Rhonna Farrer double scroll clear stamp, Pebbles Inc Chalk Kit, LePlume Marker.

Slice design card: Wedding, Noteworthy, Basic 3, Basic 1 and Vintage Findings.

3 comments:

Amelia Khalik said...

i saw the holder at papier today, and it was amazingly beauriful!! great work rossa..:)

teacher jessy said...

Saw the 2 projects, look very pretty in real life!! Thanks for sharing all the wonderful tips & techs :)

Rosa said...

Thanks ladies!

A few others said the same thing to me that it look nice in real life compared to this pix.