Monday, October 15, 2018

Using Masking Fluid

Hello Scrappingclearly followers today I am sharing with you a technique using Fineline Masking Fluid and Talons Indian Ink.

Using 300gsm mixed media paper taped to a board you take the Fineline Masking Fluid and draw your image to obtain thicker lines I open the bottle and used a small paint brush and even a twig from the trees.

Once dry dry I then used a sea sponge and applied the ink over the masking fluid, when this was dry I then peeled the masking fluid off and there is your image.



I hope you enjoyed learning how to use masking fluid.

Kim Kendell

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

It's Starting to Feel A Lot Like Christmas

Hello Ruby Rock-It fans, today it is my turn on the blog today I am sharing with you a memory File I have created for this yours Christmas photo's

I have used the awesome Christmas Dreams Collection for my memory file. 





memory Files allow you to store so many photos and tell the whole story in one place. You can also use those photos that are not always the best but do tell the story.

Products Used:

Christmas Dreams 12x12 Paper Pad,  Christmas Dreams Die Cuts pack, Copper Square Envelope from Fundamentals, Christmas Dreams Washi tapes, Christmas Dreams Course Blue glitter Powder, Bella Bling. 

Other:

A project life plastic page, and some silk ribbons 

I have just selected pieces to layer with and then used double sided foam tape to mount them to add depth. A selection of file folders.

Method:

I have cut the file folders down to various sizes and then started covering them until I was finished. 


The front cover finished decorated


 The inside cover I just love that the 12 x 12 pad comes with glitter papers and I had to use the gold on this page for the first main photo will go.
I have also used lots of the die cuts to embellish page the page.  


On the next set of pages I have used the envelope so that I can record and store special notes and messages about our christmas day celebrations.  You can see from the photos that I have also used a mixture of sizes for my file and lots of interactive flips. 


her you can see the next set of pages which are designed for smaller photos.


Next I have used the project life page and to make it fit i have folded it over on a seam and the in one pocket I have used the glitter to create a shaker box.   


Next I have created a page that flips up so you can store approx 4 photos or 2 larger ones and then I have finished with a place to have a large photo. 


I hope you have enjoyed my blog post and found it inspiring. Kim

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Using Masking Fluid with Kim Kendell

Hello Scrappingclearly followers today I am sharing with you a technique using Fineline Masking Fluid and Talons Indian Ink.

Using 300gsm mixed media paper taped to a board you take the Fineline Masking Fluid and draw your image to obtain thicker lines I open the bottle and used a small paint brush and even a twig from the trees.

Once dry dry I then used a sea sponge and applied the ink over the masking fluid, when this was dry I then peeled the masking fluid off and there is your image.



I hope you enjoyed learning how to use masking fluid.

Kim Kendell

Saturday, September 29, 2018

A wedding Card or Two to Share by Kim Kendell

Hello Ruby Rock-It fans, today it is my turn on the blog again and today I am sharing with you a couple of wedding cards i have made using the the awesome Botanical's range.



Cards are an awesome way of using up 6 x 6 paper pads and your scraps team that with the amazing bits and pieces from the Fundamentals range and you have some amazing cards you can create.

Products Used:

Botanicals CHE22, Botanicals CHE39,

Wedding BW48 - Die-Cuts, Fundamentals Tags FNT 50, Bella Bling, BSS65 - Ring Seals 20 PCE, Fundamentals Square Black Cards & Envelopes.

Other:

Tim Holtz Mini Ink Pad and Blending Tool - Old Paper & Spun Sugar



I have just selected pieces to lay and then used double sided foam tape to mount the title elements to add depth.

I have you have enjoyed my upload, Kim.







Water Colour Magic

Hi Scrappingclearly fans, today I am sharing with you a water colour drawing. Its so simple to complete.

I have used the brights in the Prima Water Colour Confections and Prima Water colour paper.

you draw you image in quink ink and then spritz it with water which will cause it run then you take the water colours of your choice and have the pans very wet and with a long bristled mop brush to spread the colour.




I hope you have enjoyed my upload.

Kim Kendell

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Memory Maze DT Share

Hi Memory Maze followers today on the blog I am sharing a layout with you of my daughter and her partner. I have used the following Memory Maze products.

Title Treasure 


You don't always have to paint chipboard it works quite well left raw as I have done


See with my next post Kim Kendell

Monday, September 17, 2018

Ruby Rock-It Design Team



Hello Ruby Rock-It fans

Today is my turn on the blog my name is Kim and I look forward to sharing my creations with you. 

I have chosen the stunning Botanicals range with a background of Glitter Cardstock.


Products Used:

Botanicals CHE22, Botanicals CHE39, BotanicalsCHE53

Glitter Cardstock GZ37 White, Bolt BOE31 - Dropletts, Fundamentals FUE61 - Butterfly, Faded Empire FDE92 - Die-Cuts, Fundamentals Dollies and Bella Bling

Other:

Tim Holtz Mini Ink Pad and Blending Tool - Old Paper & Spun Sugar, Prima Vine, Lace, Plasters Tape, Memory Maze Title.


Tear a sections of from the Botanical Papers, XX XX XX papers ink around the torn edges with and layer over the background Glitter Cardstock GZ37 White ink the edges of the glitter cardstock in Old Paper. 

I then took a brown stamp pad and a small lid from a spay bottle and made small circles all over my back ground. 

I then placed my photo and the Prima Vine onto my LO and the added the Bling. Take your lace and plasters tape and add to the bottom of the LO and a small amount of plasters tape to the top under the tip of the vine. 

Dot some of the Droplets through out the vine and add 3 of the butterflies, see images for placement.  


Now take your die cuts and fined the birdcage, clock and bottle using your dollies layer onto the bottom of the LO as per the below image. 

Now take your title I have used a green paint pen to colour mine and add to your LO.


Your LO is now complete I hope you have enjoyed my share with you.

Happy Scrapping 








   

Saturday, June 23, 2018

Scrappingcleary and Paper Arts

Hello Scrappingcleary followers, its my turn on the blog today and I have decided to share with you the amazing papers from Paper Arts, Artistry and Beauty.  

I love these papers they are so good for layering and if your unsure about using paint or mists then the effect is already there for you.


I have also used an array of the amazing Prima blooms that are stocked by Scrappingclearly to embellish my layout.


With these papers and layering of them I have found it was more pleasing to the eye to cut around the leaves and layer the paper under neath them as can be seen in the above image.

I just love how the title is already on the paper yet looks like I may have created it.


I hope you have enjoyed the creation I have shared with you and I look forward to sharing more with you next month Kim,

Sunday, April 1, 2018

Scrappingclearly DT share

Morning everyone hope you have all had an amazing Easter so far. The weather has been absolutely glorious.

I was lucky enough o receive the awesome Ella & Viv Graffiti papers in my DT pack and found that they just worked so well with the awesome photo's of Moon the band in the recording studio, photo credit to Russell Cherry.

The papers have sso much colour in them that will suit almost any photo you would have.

I have have used marshmallow cardstock with the Ella and Viv Paper Company – Graffiti Collection – 12 x 12 Paper – Paint Drip along with a selection of Tim Holtz Distress Ink Stamp Pads to finish my layout I have used Tim Holtz Idea-Ology words.

Below is my layout I have created with these awesome products.


I love how versatile the Tim Holtz Idea-ology words are


I have also included some Dina Wakely Washi Tape on a couple of the edges and under the photo


To finish my layout I have inked around the edges.
I hope you have enjoyed my share with you today and next time i will be sharing a beautiful floral layout with you all, Happy Scrapping Kim Kendell 

Sunday, February 18, 2018

Art Journal Page

Hi Everyone today I am going to share with you one of my favorite art journal pages created using the awesome paint ranges stocked by Scrappingclearly.

I have used a Prima Vanity Fair art journal but this would work just as well in a Dylusion's art journal in any size.


I have used a combination of the amazing acrylic paints that Scarppingclearly stocks from Liqutex and Winsor and Newton.

I have chosen a blue and white pallet with just a of yellow I incorporated stamps and chipboard as well as Liqutex inks. I love how thinks flood and pool in the chipboard and how the white ink splatters so well.


Thank you for looking at my page. Kim

Sunday, February 11, 2018

Scrapping Clearly Blog post

Hi Kim here today and I am sharing with you the Heidi Swapp Memory Dex how amazing is this for recording your daily notes and memories.

There is an amazing range of products you can use in your memory dex. 
I have used products from project life kits as well.


Here I have used the envelopes from the planner range.


I have used the memory dex dies to cut my photo to the right size and then the Memory Dex punch to add the notches needed to add the photo. Don't forget you can also use up all your small bits and pieces like the acetate word love in the below photo and the paper clip. 


Memory Dex cards are just amazing and there are so many different ones you can use and they come in every possible theme.


How awesome does this look as it starts to fill up by the end of the year it will be over flowing. you can anything to your memory dex.




Hope you have enjoyed viewing this. Kim Kendell 

Monday, November 13, 2017

Abstract Art

I am back to day to share another piece of abstract art with you using the wonderful products available in the Scrappingclearly store.

Today's creation uses product from Jane Davenport's range  - her collage papers, and acrylic paints from Winsor & Newton


Abstract art work is all about randomness and using different and odd pieces to create an image that is pleasant to the eye, it is a very individual process and every piece is truly unique.

To create this I have used good quality french mixed media paper.
I have found when creating a larger piece, I have become what one would call a paper snob, this is because the better the paper, the better the products work.

I started by taking the Jane Davenport collage paper and tearing it into random size pieces and the adhering them over my page (this piece is A3 in size). The glue I have chosen to to use is the Dina Wakely Gel Medium. I have also secured my page to a board and water bathed it to prevent buckling you can secure it well with low-tack washi tape, I have used masking tape.


Once the gel medium was dry I layered random spots of paint over the page and, while the paint was wet, I added some clean sand into the paint. The paints used here are Winsor and Newtons Cadmium Yellow Medium Series 3Cobalt Turquoise Series 3 and Permanent Rose Series 3


Once the paint was dry I just shook off any excess sand, I didn't remove it all as it adds texture to the page. I then added random spots of shellac over the page, making sure to add it over some of the sand areas but not all.
There you have an easy but effective piece of abstract art.
This technique can also be used in your art journals.

Saturday, November 11, 2017

Scarppingclearly DT share

Good morning everyone

Today I would like to share with you a painting that I recently completed using the amazing Windsor and Newton and Liquitex Acrylic Paints which are stocked in store at Scrappingclearly.


Did you know that you can use acrylic paints just like watercolour paints, yes that correct they retain the pigment colour better than watercolours all you have to do is use lots of water and blend the acrylic paint done as you will see in the following photos.   

I started out with an A2 size piece of mixed media paper one thing I will share with you about paper it does pay to buy the best you can this paper is a french paper with linen in it and oh wow it works a treat.

 I then started to sketch my duck in pencil I always us an F lead as it is softer and leaves no damage when erased.once I had my sketch completed I mixed my colours up and started to paint the duck in.

As you can see you wont need heaps of colour.
 

As I started to fill in the duck using a large water colour brush, you can see how similar the paint looks to water colour. 


As more detail is added


The colours of the watered down paint are brilliant as can be seen from the head details.
if using acrylics as watercolour you do need to remember they don't blend with each other as readily as watercolour and they do dry quicker. 

  

When I had my duck to the stage I thought it was complete I then added a layer of Iridescent Bright Gold from the Liquitex range watered down to a wash over the body of the duck and the applied a layer of glad wrap over that and allowed it to dry what that does is leave texture lines in the paint adding depth to the image.

Just look at the sheen from the Iridescent Bright Gold paint isn't it awesome.

      
Then I just added some splatters to the page to finish it. And now it is at the framers waiting to be framed. As you can see I have used a board and masking tape to secure my image, I have also given my paper a water bath on the board prior to using to allow it to stretch and shrink back to a flat surface which prevents the paper buckling when the paint is added. 


I hope you have all enjoyed seeing the creation of my duck painting and will now have more inspirations in using your acrylic paints in your creations, as these steps can also be used on your scrappbooking layouts and art journaling.

Until next time happy creating Kim    

Friday, April 7, 2017

Some exciting news to share

I have some very exciting news I thought I would share and that is I have 4 yes 4 of my scrapping pieces in this months Scrapbooking Memories and to really top it off I have a double page step by step for 2 of my mini canvas's so here are my pages.

This page is of the beautiful Sugar Pine Walk


This is of my beautiful cousin


and my double page step by step


Hope you have enjoyed my share

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