12.02.2018

Take a Note



Hi there and be sure to join Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge.
This week you the theme is TAKE A NOTE. 


As always there is a $50 voucher waiting for one random winner 
who could spend it at Simon Says Stamp Store


I made a small note book from my quite old stash which was laying there 
quietly waiting for its turn to get a new, more vibrant and vintage life. 
Take a look below at the step by step pics and some close ups as always!


I started with die cutting the notebook pieces from a cardboard.
Next I used the technique with stamping with Distress Oxides and then embossing it with Clear Embossing Powder, I love that! I distressed
the edges of my pieces and gave some more color with browns oxides.

Then I focused on my covers which I covered with gel medium and adhered
pieces of several pages of Crowded Attic paper, it was perfect here.
I applied a thin layer of gel medium on the top as well and started to play
with some Infusions to melt the colors and made everything vintage looked. 


I also gave some color with Distress Oxides in the same tones.
Colored the edges with dark brown and finally stamped both covers with
Archival ink and some TH stamps. The last touch was to adhere a twine.
Finally I only placed all together adding botanical and paper doll pieces. 


Close-ups :-)




Inside:


The back:


Products used:



 



16 komentarzy:

  1. Such a gorgeous, amazing little journal! Hugs, Autumn

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  2. Your notebook is beautiful, Macarena! The colors and textures are so beautiful and the image is perfect for the design. Love it!

    Cathie ♥

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  3. The cover work is just beautiful. Thank you for including the step outs so we can see the process. I have never used Infusions so now I am quite curious. I also love the wash over the botanical ephemera...I have never done that before (and I'm not sure what it is) but I LOVE it!

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  4. Stunning art and I love the word choice for your notebook!

    *mwah*
    Steph
    Simon Says Stamp!

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  5. Fantastic project, love the doll you chose and the whole vintage feeling that you gave to this project! Barbara

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  6. This is wonderful!! I love the distressed backgrounds with all the fantastic textures.

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  7. I think I am in love! There is just something about your little book that calls to me, Macarena! Wonderful vintage look, and you have such a wonderful layering touch. Love the girl with the big blooms! Happy Valentine's Day! Maura

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  8. ooh Macarena! this is absolutely GORGEOUS!!! I love this little notebook, so pretty and so artsy! ,, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera ;-)

    luv
    Lols x x x

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  9. A beautiful collage piece Macarena and its lovely to have you hop on board with us at A Vintage Journey for Julia's Melt It challenge

    Best Wishes
    Annie CG x

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  10. Wow! This is such a remarkable piece of art! I love how you brought new life to a notebook. And I especially love all your layering. You have such a great eye for combining elements in new and interesting ways.

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  11. another stunning make Macarena, love all those gorgeous layers, hugs kath xxx

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  12. Wow... this is such a gorgeous creation, Macarena. The vintage effect and all the details on this notebook are amazing. :)

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  13. What a beautiful notebook...I just love this Marzena and adore the vintage effect and how you've created this piece of art! Gorgeous, as always! <3

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  14. wow wow wow!!! love this Marzena!!! The vintage look is outstanding!

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  15. What a beautiful little notebook Marzena! Love all the layers, wonderful colors and collage of ephemera - thank you for joining us in the A Vintage Journey Melt It Challenge! Julia xx

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  16. Oh, look at those delicious layers! This is so beautiful, and I'm tickled pink you shared it with us at A Vintage Journey! Just perfect for our Melt it Challenge! Hugs!

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