Wednesday, 20 April 2016

April mood board - Anguree Tuturial



Hello everyone

It’s Anguree on the blog today and I am very excited to share how I created my take on the challenge this month. I absolutely loved this process and you will be amazed how quickly it all came together. So even though it may seem like a very long process, it did not actually take that long at all. So go grab a cuppa and sit back to see how I've done it.





First you will need a 12. 12 inch sheet of kraft cardstock.




Lay down a stencil ( I used Crafter’s Workshop) on the top left of the page and  add white texture paste or modelling paste to your paper. Dry with a heat gun.


 

Repeat step 2 by adding another stencilled shape towards the right side of the paper, but position it more towards the middle of the paper. Dry with a heat gun.



Use another stencil and add more texture using coloured paste. I used Colourblast texture paste (Leather) and loved it, but you could also mix some mica powder into 3D gel or impasto if you don’t owe Colourblast texture paste. (Position the stencil to both fill and overlap the gap between the other 2 stencilled shapes. Add more texture past to the bottom left and middle right side of the stencilled shapes.







Position your photo over the stencilled background to get an idea of where it will be placed.



Cut strips of grip-tape and start adding them to the background paper, as shown in the photo.
Test the positioning of the grip tape against your photo placement.



Cut some cardboard shapes using a Tim Holts die. (I used the arrows).



Choose a title for your layout. I chose this stunning Adventure chipboard by Srap FX Australia.



Now for some stamping. I used this large compass stamp which I have bought a few years ago. Compass stamps/die cuts have been very popular, so you could use any similar ones you may owe. Use Brown Archival ink and add 2 stamps to the background as shown in the photo.





Use smaller but similar compass stamp and the brown Archival ink to stamp 6 images on a scrap piece of white card stock.
Fussy-cut or punch 3 of these images in the exact size as the stamp. ( I just used a large circle Punch)
Repeat step 14, but this time cut 3 smaller circles. (I just used a medium circle punch)
Use some mounting foam and layer the smaller circles on top of the larger circles
Stamp aeroplane shapes using embossing liquid and emboss with white embossing powder.
Fussy-cut the planes and use mounting foam to layer the planes on top of the smaller circles.



Adhere some white string to your background and shape it to form little hoops or balloon shapes, using adhesive of your choice.
Add more texture to the background using white Archival ink and a grid stamp.



Look through some paper scraps or paper pads you may have and choose a suitable piece of paper for mounting your photo. As you will note, I only used 2 tiny strips.
Search for another piece of coordinating card stock and cut a tag shape using one of the dies you may have in your stash. (If you don’t have any, you can very easily create your own little tag shape)


Position your photo and paper strips and then add the tag under the photo. Adhere all the pieces to the background.
Paint your cardboard arrows with white gesso.
Ink your title with Archival ink
Add embossing liquid and emboss with Tinby Design Melts or your choice of embossing powder.



Add some highlights to the embossed title using gliders paste or rub-on wax or paint.
Add some embossing liquid to your background. I used Stampedous and used the dabber end, but then took the top off and flicked some liquid onto the paper using a paintbrush.
Add some Stampendous white embossing powder randomly over the embossing liquid and emboss with a heat gun.
Position the arrows and circle and plane embellishments onto the background and adhere using adhesive of your choice.
Add some journalling using Tim Holtz phrases and mounting foam. You could also type and print or write your own.


Yeah you are done. J I hope you enjoyed this and would really love to see your take on the challenge and or any layout you do, using the above techniques, so please don’t be shy to share your creations with us.


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10 comments:

Rosslyn Coutts said...

Great work with lots of inspiration..thankyou.

Anguree Jansen Van Rensburg said...

Thank you Rosslyn. x

Anguree Jansen Van Rensburg said...

Thank you Rosslyn. x

Lizzyc said...

Oh I love your step by step showing how you created this fabulous layout.. I love the photo and all the wonderful texture on the back ground too..

Rachel said...

Love it, amazing as always x

Heidi said...

Angie, I love this layout and the step by step instructions. I'm definitely going to try some of the ideas!

Anguree Jansen Van Rensburg said...

Oh thank you so much ladies. Would love to see your work too, so please share xxx

Louise Turner said...

Lovely Anguree! Thanks for sharing your process!

KarenB said...

Thanks so much for sharing your process. A wonderful combination of stencilling and stamping.

Janice Nicholls said...

AMAZING Anguree.....Love the cute photo and the monochromatic colours. You make it look and sound easy, but I find MM hard to do...but after seeing this I feel inspired to give it a try again. Thanks for sharing and for the inspiration!