Monday, November 2, 2015

Hang on to Hope - Layout by Lynne

Hello fellow crafters! Here in Southwestern Ontario we're deep into fall and heading toward (ugh) winter. When I saw this image, it made me think of how springtime is hope fulfilled after a long cold winter.

The tree branches were perfect for extending the image. I ran them through my Cuttlebug in a wood grain embossing folder then painted them brown to match the photo. The leaves were painted green then dabbed lightly with other colours like the ones in the photo. I brushed the pieces with Glossy Accents to give them a bit of a sheen.

The word piece was painted with acrylic paint then heat-embossed with clear embossing powder. I then mounted it on coordinating patterned paper.

Punchwork along with some stencilling and stamping completed the background then I added a few paper strips to mimic the design on the bottom of the photo.I had a great time creating this cheery project and love the way the branches fit onto the design so perfectly-thanks for stopping by and hang onto hope today and every day!

Gina's Items Used

Other Items Used

Marion Smith Posh papers

embossing powder and Versamark ink

acrylic paints

Glossy Accents

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