Monday, July 4, 2011

happy go lucky...

Feeling happy-go-lucky this week, getting ready to go visit my family. I did get the A-OK to share my Mistables projects with you by Pink Paislee! This line developed to accept misting sprays and paint mediums perfectly. They are great for scrapbooking, card making, general crafting, home decor and more, and when combined with your favorite colors, you'll be inspired to create quick, stylish designs that are uniquely YOU!

On this layout, I went with my favorite color palette lately. I wanted to create a rainbow effect with the inks to highlight her happy personality.
I blended the inks with my Time Holtz blending tool (see the post below for a list of inks I used). The happy and lucky and were cut with my Papertrey Ink Wonderful Words dies. The GO are new chipboard letters by Pink Paislee that you can mist also. I used a soft blue on them. Wishing you sunshine is from the Blooming Button Bits stamp set by Papertrey Ink. I just bought this set and can't stop using it!

I popped up some stars cut out of my scraps. These papers are so gorgeous!!
Now if you are more of a shabby-type crafter, you can use this line to make a shabby frame like this (frame is from the Mistables line by Pink Paislee) using softer colors.
I sprayed the papers in the background and the flowers too! The flowers come just like that in plain muslin, ready to be sprayed. I decided to add a hanging wire to the frame with photos and a tag.


The tags are gorgeous that come with this line too. Here I used creme paint and rubbed off the embossed areas very quickly before it dried.
Please tell your retailers you want this gorgeous line - it's available for pre-order right now at Pink Paislee!
 

17 comments:

Lilavadi said...

Stilish and beautiful!

Elisa said...

both are absolutely gorgeous :)
love the colour palette
thanks for sharing

justsomestuffimade said...

Great projects Danielle! So beautiful ;)
Thanks for the inspiration, Rx

Bellaidea said...

so sweet! I like the frame a lot!

Mª Jesús said...

Beautiful!!!!!!!!!!

LeAnne said...

What a treasure--the page and the subject!

vio~ said...

ooh makes me desperate for some of that pink paislee goodness to come to asia! thanks for sharing the beauty you make.

Kathy Martin said...

Seriously cute!

Tammy said...

I just found your blog through ScrapScene. You are completely inspiring. I added some of your work to my Pinterest boards so I can refer back to it. Your frame is just simply gorgeous!

alexandra s.m. said...

GORGEOUS Danielle!!
TFS~

Mad for Paper said...

Beautiful work. i am very curious, how did you pop up the super thin "happy".
Thanks
Ang

Danielle said...

Hi Ang, I attached the word happy to the chipboard G and then the other end to the paper as well. So it's not adhered much in the center and kind of floats off the page. In this photo, it looks like it wasn't sticking well, but I adhered it better before sending it off to the craft and hobby show. Thanks for your question!
Danielle

Sue said...

I just discovered your blog and it is wonderful! How did you cut the title words on your LO?

Erica said...

Stunning projects! I've never seen anything like this, but now I have to get it! Thanks for the inspiration.

StacyC said...

Oh do I LOVE that frame!! Going to have to find those when they come out. Thanks for sharing such beautiful and inspiring projects.

Janna Werner said...

sweet layout, love the colours ;) Janna

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