Hi everyone, did you know that May Arts is having a DT call? I am super excited because I would love to work with Bethney and her team. And, having a wonderful supply of beautiful and amazing ribbons on hand wouldn't hurt either!!!!
My samples for the call include:
Used a legal envelope and decorated with Authentique papers and Prima Doll stamp.
May Arts Ribbon was used where the papers were joined together before adhering to the envelope.
Used a circle punch to punch the front of the card where the card in inserted.
More May Arts Ribbon was used as the card pull and a gift card was added inside the pocket.
Painted a little wood box and put everything inside you'd think you'd find in Grandma's trunk - jewels, purses, shoes, doilies, flowers and more.May Arts ribbon adorns the edge of the box as well as the dress form and latch.
I decided to take apart the album before working on it because I wanted the papers to be closer to the edges. Since I have a Zutter Bind-it-all, it was very easy to reassemble. Plus, because you can take it apart, you can put it back together any way you want!!!!!
This album is full of assorted sized pages in canvas, chipboard, corrugated board, envelopes and acrylic.
Some May Arts mesh was tied around the acrylic page which was finger painted with Art Anthology’s Copper Sorbet, and more mesh was tied around a paper covered envelope. Rub-ons were scattered about the pages.
On the back page, I adhered some May Arts burlap ribbon. Note to self – I think adding a few sea shells amongst the burlap would really add to the summer theme.
I used Art Anthology’s Colorations in Peacock Feathers and Waimea Bay to color the canvas, using the Basically Bare Paparazzi Embellies as masks on the canvas. I’ve put the Embellies aside for other projects.
Using more mesh , I scrunched it up and adhered it to the corner of the next page. Slip a photo underneath for a fun and funky look. There are plenty of spots to add photos in this album.
Thanks for stopping by today.