“Petit Gars” by Christine David

"Petit Gars" by Christine David

Hi 49 and Market fans! Today it’s my turn to show you my first creation of the month of December. I made a very colorful page, I need a little sun at this time of year, here in Quebec it is cold and everything is white. Here is my layout.

"Petit Gars" by Christine David
“Petit Gars” by Christine David

For this layout I used the Bold and Beautiful Collection and lots of new flowers. I always put a layer of clear gesso on the background paper so that the paper absorbs all the colored ink and that I can work them as I want. I spread some graphite paste with a silicone brush and a stencil on the background paper, I found the gray too dark so I put a little white gesso on the pattern to soften a little. To make the texture on the bottom I put Strata Paste here and there with a spatula.

"Petit Gars" by Christine David

I made a composition of flowers, laser cuts, images to cut, chipboards and molded shapes that I painted. I added color with inks and paint all around my composition. I stamped patterns with black waterproof ink. To give more texture I glued arts stones of different sizes and micro beads.I have drops here and there with Splash! Ink white and I diluted a little with water to spread a little on the flowers.

"Petit Gars" by Christine David

Products I Used:

BB-88213 8x8 bold and beautiful collection
12×12 Bold and Beautiful Collection
BB-88152 love shadows
Bold and Beautiful – Love Shadows

BB-88183 dear john
Bold and Beautiful – Dear John
BB-88220 bold and beautiful laser cuts
Bold and Beautiful Laser Cuts

Ethereal – 12×12 Collection Pack

AB-88718 Treasure Archival Chipboard
Treasure Archival Chipboard

Captured Adventures -Stamp Set 2

GP-84833 Gabi's Patterned Textures
Gabi’s Patterned Textures

Enchanted Petals - Mint
Enchanted Petals – Mint

Garden Petals - Mint
Garden Petals – Mint

Enchanted Petals - Flamingo
Enchanted Petals – Flamingo

Garden Petals - Flamingo
Garden Petals – Flamingo

Thank you for your visit! I hope you like it and that it inspires you.

Check out more of Christine’s work on her blog!