Thursday, January 16, 2014

Lindy's Stamp Gang and Imaginarium Designs Blog Hop!

Welcome to the MASSIVE Imaginarium Designs and Lindy's Stamp Gang Blog Hop!

We are so excited to have the team at Lindy's team up for a full day of creativity.

This hop will surely get your creative juices flowing so head on over to all these incredibly talented crafters to check out how they've combined the beautiful products from Lindy’s Stamp Gang with our fabulous chipboard, it’s a match made in color heaven!

We have a great prize for you too!

We would love for you to show some love to all our crafters and leave them a little message

You will have the opportunity to win a fabulous prize by both Imaginarium Desings and Lindy’s Stamp Gang so please let us know that you have done so by going to the Lindy’s Stamp Gang and Imaginarium Designs blogs at the end of the hop.

Here is a full list if you get lost along the way:
  1. Amy Voorthuis
  2. Denise Boddey
  3. Evgenia Sokolinskaya
  4. Ingrid Gooyer
  5. Kaori Fujimoto
  6. Karen Zueger
  7. Louise Nelson
  8. Sandrine Dawes
  9. Maiko Miwa
  10. Natalie May 
  11. Julianne McKenna-De Lumen
  12. Patricia Basson
  13. Sarah Routledge - YOU ARE HERE!
  14. Shell Carman
  15. Solange Marques
  16. Cindy 
  17. Nolwenn 
  18. Ivett 
  19. Irina 
  20. Lynne 
  21. Mary
  22. Limor 
  23. Lindy's Stamp Gang - http://lindystampgang.wordpress.com
  24. Imaginarium Designs - http://imaginariumdesigns.blogspot.com/
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Here is my project - a mixed media canvas featuring my gorgeous little boy!
To create the background, I started with The Crafter's Workshop 12 x 12 Time Travel template and modeling paste. I then added three different sizes of Imaginarium Designs Hexagons. I then misted the canvas with lots of Lindy's Stamp Gang Starburst mists in Time Travel Teal, Rusty Lantern Lime, Edelweiss Moss Green, and Afternoon Delight Denim. Once all the misting had dried, I dry-brushed the hexagons with some white gesso to soften the colours on them. Then it was time to start building my layout!
I wanted it to look like my son was standing in a garden, so I started with some cheesecloth, which I misted with the Lindy's Stamp Gang Time Travel Teal and Rusty Lantern Lime Starbursts so that it would look like a grassy/mossy base. I then added a fussy-cut photo of my son and a combination of Prima/Petaloo flowers (leftover from past Scraps of Darkness kits). I cut up the Imaginarium Designs Silver Leaf Fern Chipboard and embossed the pieces with Lindy's Stamp Gang Embossing Powder in Hyacinth Blue Jade and then tucked them into the flower cluster. I also cut the Imaginarium Designs Compass and Clock in half and embossed it with the same embossing powder.
I used the Imaginarium Desgins small "A Moment in Time" phrase as the title and embossed it with Lindy's Stamp Gang Embossing Powder in Midnight Sapphire - I love how this dark blue pops against the misted cheesecloth! In this photo, you also see the other half of the Compass and Clock embossed with the Hyacinth Blue Jade embossing powder.

I hope you enjoyed this stop on our fantastic blog hop - your next stop on the hop is Shell Carman's blog! Have Fun Hopping!
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Imaginarium Designs Chipboard Used
Hexagons - IDS0069

Silver Leaf Fern - IDFL0015

Clock and Compass - IDS0062

"A Moment in Time" Phrase (small) - IDP0037

Lindy's Stamp Gang Products Used
Time Travel Teal Starburst

Rusty Lantern Lime Starburst



Hyacinth Blue Jade Embossing Powder

Midnight Sapphire Embossing Powder

Other Materials Used:
Scraps of Darkness Kits: Prima Flowers - Serenity; Petaloo Flowers - Darjeeling Collection - Wild Butterflies, Faux Dried Mums, Flor Alophemera Purple
Personal Stash: Artist's Loft 12 x 12 Canvas, The Crafter's Workshop 12 x 12 Template - Time Travel; Golden Light Molding Paste; Pro Art White Gesso; Cheesecloth. 

21 comments:

Debbie L Gregory said...

Gorgeous depth of color and great texture with chipboard and media.
Really makes it stand out beautifully.

lisa malterud said...

what a great layout the blues are beautiful. so is you little man.

langeatheart said...

How adorable it this! I love it! The blues and teals are my favourite colors! Beautiful design! All the best! http://mybeaner.blogspot.ca/

Kate Palmer said...

Gorgeous project - just love the colour combination!

Susan Falkler said...

The page and your little boy are both so cute.

lost coast scrapper said...

Gorgeous canvas piece, I just love all the details and how you used the mists and powders!!! xo

Kerry-Jean Watson said...

gorgeous colour pallet there! lovely warm blues and reds. amazing!

Vintage Paper Art said...

Wow!!! Great job!!!!

Dorthe said...

What a cool boy page! :)

Romy said...

Oh wow, this is just wonderful! I love how you really made the photo stand out.

Beatrice Lawson said...

Wow! Is this a splendid project.... Loved the deep colours and the texture. I am such a huge fan of your work and this us why:-)

Scrappin' Diva said...

This is gorgeous! Love all the details you put on this canvas!

scrapstorian said...

Wonderful! The hexagons are fabulous and the teal/purple colours are perfect! Thanks for sharing.

irinaje said...

Gorgeous project!

Patti Doss said...

What a gorgeous layout! Love those blues and purples...Drooling...

crafty jo said...

great project love the die cuts and the use of the lindy's great inspiration

Jan Castle said...

Perfect little guy layout using perfect color combinations!! Love it!
Jan

Sonja said...

Love this, the colors are great!

Olga said...

Beautiful,love it.

sandysmall said...

Very nice with the texture and cutout photo grounded with the way you I did with the green fabric!

lalacraftworld said...

What a great layout. Love the texture underneath and use of modeling paste!