Hello pretty people.
Today I want to show you a layout with a magic air. I have used a photograph of an artist that I discovered on Instagram @solstudi, I think that she does wonderful and very inspiring work.
I have made the layout with three papers from the collection Vintage Artistry in Color Collectors Edition Vol. I, where I have also included washi tape. I have made a pyramid from highest to lowest including between layers volume with cardboard, Cream Lacey Trim, die cut paper and elements laser cutting from the collection.
I have added a layer of clear gesso before I started with the background to cover the paper pore. Next, I have put texture paste with a stencil and pigment. To create a background full of details I have used the stamps Ticket Express Stamp Set and Crazy Stitching Stamp Set as well as Vintage Artistry Coral / Natural Rub-On Transfers, Vintage Artistry Sky / Navy Rub-On Transfers y Vintage Artistry Everyday Rub-Ons.
To frame the photograph I have used Vintage Artistry Coral Stitch Frame and to realize the layers, Vintage Artistry Sage Nouveau Ephemera Stack. I have made two compositions using Wedgewood Layered Embellishments, the flowers Salmon Garden Petals, and Ginger Country Blooms, creating a balance of magic, color and volume.
To finish the layout, I have used holographic paint, tiny green crystals, and a splash in white for the vintage look.
I really enjoyed it, I have let my hands flow and this is the result, magic, the magic that give me the wonderful products of 49 and Market.
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I hope you like it as much as I did doing it.