Cherished

Welcome to my second blog post with Scrap Plezier! I am really excited about this project because I got to play with some fun techniques. I used some doilies that Scrap Plezier sent over as masks and then painted them a different color so I got more mileage out of my doilies. It looks like I used 5 doilies here, but I only used 2!

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I laid a doily going off the page on this corner and then misted it. When I pulled up the doily this is what I had. So pretty!

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I like that this page was really girlie and feminine, but I wanted to grunge it up just a tad so I used some staples to hold these banners in place over the washi tape.

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Again the I used a doily as a mask to mist over and then painted the doily beige and layered it over the misted part. Looks like two doilies, but it’s just one!

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This pretty scrolly chipboard piece was fun to paint up!

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I used several colors on this heart to add dimension and lastly splattered some black just for fun!

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Again, I layered several colors onto this heart shaped chipboard. I like the splash of yellow contrast on the birdcage underneath. That “Cherished” embellishment was made by fussy cutting it off of a paper.

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Thanks for letting me share this project with you, now go get crafty!

AbigailScrapbookista

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