To create her layout, Kathie started with a sheet of kraft cardstock and some plain mistable scalloped ribbons, crepe ribbons, flowers and stickers. Then she went to work with some acrylic paints, walnut stain, and the Tattered Angels’ Walnut Hollow Spring/Summer paint system.
The scalloped and crepe ribbons were sprayed with Inchwork Chalkboard mist, then inked with Shabby Shutters distress ink to give depth of colour. The flower stickers have been spritzed with Orange Crush Glimmer Glaze and Rum Punch Glimmer Mist. The large mistable flower was first spritzed with Rum Punch Glimmer Mist and then the ends of the petals were painted with Orange Crush to give graduated colour.
Finally, Kathie painted Mermaid Glimmer Glam onto the backdrop in places to add some colour to her neutral painted background. With her painting and colouring all done, she assembled her pieces with other bits and pieces for a fun springtime layout.
Iris found an old wooden bird house in a street market and decided to alter it for her scrap area. She first coated the wooden piece with white gesso. After it has dried she painted the roof and the base with a deep shade of red. After the paint has dried, Iris misted it with "Mel's Diner" which is a glimmer mist in a rich shade of red.
For the body, she painted a thin coat of white paint over the gesso just to make sure that the entire surface is painted in white. After it dried, she added strips of Tim Holtz Tissue Tape in random areas. On the left and right sides of the bird house, Iris applied a glimmer screen before misting it again with “Mel’s Diner”.
To finish the entire piece, Iris added a Prima Vine to the roof and applied some “Twinkle Toes” glimmer glam over pearl mica flakes which resulted in the silver glittery chunks you see in the roof.
In this second project, Iris put three mini canvas frames together and smeared the top with modeling paste. White the paste was still wet, she pressed on to the paste pieces of lace. She then sprayed the surface with yellow glimmer mist. After it has dried, she added flowers and crystal swirls. A generous coat of glimmer glam adds more sparkle and shine to the project.
Birgit Koopsen, Netherlands, created this stunning wall board using her favourite Tattered Angels colours: Key Lime Pie, Trunk Bay, Patina and Mel’s Diner. Birgit has spritzed the Tattered Angels mists onto papers from Prima’s Printery Line as the base for her tiles. To complete the tiles, she added stamping around the edges, 3D resin images and flowers. The four tiles were then adhered to a wooden board that had also been spritzed with Glimmer Mist. This project has wow factor, and is so easy to create!
Zoe Nemburt is a designer for Tattered Angels and she uses their products beautifully! Her inspiration for this page came from seeing all the wonderful frames with pegs on them right now! They look stunning to Zoe so she wanted to incorporate this into a layout. The mists Zoe used here are Marigold, Cadillac Pink & Rum Punch Glimmer Mist & Wicked Glimmer Glaze.
Tattered Angels have released a number of “paint systems” designed to coordinate perfectly with other scrapbooking products on the market. Mandy Collins used the House of 3 Daily Junque Paint System along with Pink Paislee Daily Junque products to decorate the cover of this gorgeous mini album.
To achieve the textured look that Mandy has created here, she advises to apply layers of colour and blending tones. The cover here is created using two base colours with splashes of a third. You can find out more about Mandy’s approach to creating texture in a tutorial here on her blog.
Nicole Martel created this gorgeous piece of art which one can wear with a few texturing mediums and lots of Tattered Angels treasures. A beautiful piece which one can create and be proud to display.