Creative Diva and Artist who brings colour, texture and depth to my paper craft. I implore you to look closely at my art work, as there will always be an element of intrigue.
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You had to use paint swatches/samples/chips from paint stores.
I found mine at Bunnings.
Here is my take on the challenge.
For my layout I have used the paint samples in the shades that represented the picture.
I just love this image. I recently took it on my Samsung 7 phone when my hubby and I went to a place called Kellerberrin for Easter. This lake is situated just out of town near our friends property. It really was just a spur of the moment shot but I was so impressed with my camera on my phone.
To achieve my background look, I have used the cracked stone stencil from Dusty Attic. I then used a blending tool with Gathered Twigs Distress Ink.
With the paint samples, I decided to punch circles from the samples. I also decided that I like the look of the sample names being visible on the layout. I then used a black pen to draw around the circles. I also did this with the photo mat, photo and the page border.
The chipboard is from Dusty Attic and I have coloured it with Coffee Mist from Kaisercraft.
To finish off the layout, I used enamel dots from my stash.