“Plage” by Christine David

"Plage" by Christine David

Hi everyone! Today I am with you to show you my first creation of the month of September. I made a layout that showcases the superb Shipwreck Mini Collection. Here in Quebec, it is already starting to get colder, autumn is coming but I could not miss this beautiful collection of beach, sand, and sea … so I pulled out some summer photos. Here is my layout.

"Plage" by Christine David
“Plage” by Christine David

As always, I started with a layer of transparent gesso all over the background paper. Then with two thick paint colors and a spatula I made a pattern of fishing net with stencil at the bottom of my page, before the paint was dry I then powdered 3D sand on it. With a palette knife I spread 2 colors of Chalk Paste here and there. I stamped starfish with Versamark, which I then powdered with embossing powder and heated with the heat gun.Once again I used a lot of laser cuts from this collection. I love laser cuts !!! I mixed that with layered embellishments, flowers and chipboards.

"Plage" by Christine David

On the chipboards of flowers and the title I put powder to emboss, on the chipboard of porthole I put silver paint and I then played with some colors of wax, the chipboard starfish was painted with metallic paint. I added arts stones with medium gel here and there to give texture to my page. And I finished making drops here and there with Chalk Paste diluted with water.

"Plage" by Christine David

Products I Used:

Shipwreck 12x12 Mini Collection Pack
Shipwreck 12×12 Mini Collection Pack

Shipwreck - Underwater Treasures
Shipwreck – Underwater Treasures

Underwater Layered Embellishment Set
Underwater Layered Embellishment Set
Gabi’s Underwater Treasures Stamp Set
AB-88695 Never Stop Exploring Archival Chipboard
Never Stop Exploring Archival Chipboard

Flower Mini Series 01 - Ginger
Flower Mini Series 01 – Ginger

Country Blooms - Ginger
Country Blooms – Ginger

Country Blooms - Punch
Country Blooms – Punch

Daisy Stems Lavender

Thanks for your visit!

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