Hi 49 and Market fans!
Olya here with you today with new inspiration and new video tutorial!
Now spring blossoms and I was very inspired by this topic. Such beautiful moments you want to leave in your memory or even write a book about them! Therefore here is a photo of a beautiful typewriter. New collections continue to inspire me and work with them is really happiness! This time it’s Captured Adventures Collection. Really beautiful and such a versatile paper! It gives you absolute freedom and you feel yourself an artist. For my project, I combined two contrasting sheets: Captured Adventures: Far Away Land and Captured Adventures: Eclectic Pieces
To create a delightful multi-layered composition I used chic flowers from several collections but in one shade. It’s so beautiful and simple! Vintage Shades Botanical Blends – Orchid and smaller Vintage Shades Potpourri – Orchid, Blossom Blends – Natural Blush and Seaside Blooms – Natural Blush. I adore these flowers for their material, it’s like velvet and they are so nice to touch. They are always airy and beautiful and can decorate any project!
To create a background, I used texture paste Grafit and Crackle. Also I added a little spray of acrylic paint for shine. Also I added a chipboards, moulds and lace to create an airiness in my composition
I’ll tell you a simple but very nice reception. If you want to create a stitch effect all you need is Gabi’s Line Stitch Stamp Set! Just see how easy and beautiful everything turned out. I just put a stamp on the edge of the page! Also, for a more interesting background, I added letters from Gabi’s Ethereal Stamp Set
I prepared a video tutorial on creating my page, where you can see all the materials in more detail. I hope you will enjoy
To create this project, I used products from 49 and Market:
Thank you for visit us today here on 49 and Market blog. I hope you enjoyed my project and video tutorial and inspired by it! Create with us and believe me you will fall in love with the products from 49 and Market. Have a good day and a lot of inspirations!
With love, Olya