Here I’m again with a new layout featuring both the Flower Fairies of Spring and the Heirloom Botanicals collections. I chose a photo I’ve taken in the beautiful castle of Chenonceau well known for his amazing flower arrangements. This bouquet has vibrant colors hence the title of this post.
I primed the background paper with clear gesso. Then I added a design with one of Gabi’s Crackle Texture stamp that I embossed with the Sticky powder. Then I rubbed a gold foil on the design.
Next, I added a second design with a stencil and clear crackle paste which I let dry naturally. Then I added some color with different shades of orange and pink Twinkling H2Os.
I colored the big roses with the same colors so they matched the rose of the photo: bright pink, bright orange and yellow. I just sprayed the small ones (Melon and Vintage Pink ) with a gold mica to match the shine the big ones.
I die cut some leaves and branches to add. The leaves were simply colored in green. I added some “berries” to the branches with the help of hot glue and embossing powder.
I glued all the embellishments I’ve prepared with a 3D gel as well as some sisal to add some lightness to the composition.
I added some random stamping with the Postcard from Paris stamp set. I finished the layout with some gold mica flakes and yellow microbeads.
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