Wednesday, June 4, 2014

How to not make a scrapbook page :)


For the longest time I wondered how to create a bouquet of flowers on a page! So I decided to make flower and flourish cut files and cut them out on Canson watercolor paper with my Silhouette Cameo. I then painted them with acrylic paint all impasto style and viola. I love this page so much! :)

I have a little challenge for you to make some Acrylic flower embellishments and use them on a page or a card! Enter with the gallery below (Click here to watch a little video how this little gallery works and how to upload a page) Make sure your name is also in the description box. :)

I will pick a random winner that will win a little box filled with already cut out cut files. The challenge ends next wednesday June 11.



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Thank you for watching. In the end it's really just you who makes it worth it to me.

Wilna Furstenberg
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9 comments :

Ilona said...

Lovely, just sooo lovely! Those colors are so vibrant in front of the chalkboard black... Love your doodling, this looks so easy watching you, yeah and your handwriting. I listend to the podcast a few days ago and thought: I have to try it again and again! Thank you Wilna, I hope you'll feel better soon!!
Wilna, can you tell me the title of that piano song?
Ilona

cathy yosha said...

Do the flowers have to be created with the Silhouette for the challenge? I don't have one, but would love to win this prize, so am thinking I will do my first ever challenge.

Wilna Furstenberg said...

@cathy yosha Of course you can cut your own flowers. xoxo

THcreates said...

Love how easy you make it look to create these gorgeous flowers. I've been buying gesso & acrylic (thick stuff!) etc. so I can play too. Thank you so much for another art lesson.

ccledbetter said...

Love! Love! Love!

S Hurst said...

Thank you for listing all of the products you used...so many blogs do not do so!

Suse Fish said...

Your girls are so lucky to have a mum like you - what heartfelt journalling - a truly special layout x

Linda said...

Wilna, first of, i hope you are feeling better and secondly, this is one of my all time favourite ever pages that i have ever seen. Thanks for the tutorial, i just ordered some acrylic paints now i just have to see if I'm game enough to try it.

Andrea said...

Beautiful! I love your work.