Wednesday, December 26, 2012

December BAP-Prima Challenge

2012 December
Prima Marketing has a some wonderful challenges over on their blog, like this one "BAP" (Build A Page) This month the sketch artist is Marie-Nicolas Alliot!
Rules to use with  this sketch, build a page with Prima based products and submit through email.
So here is what I came up with while recovering from a surgery this past week.
I first started making my Chevron pattern was using a chicken wire mask and gesso.
                                                      Added some Prima stamping and ink.
 Distressed the paper edges and added some color with Distress Inks to all the edges and in places all over the paper. Don't be afraid go for it just add color and blend with water if you get to dark.
 Grab some beautiful Prima flowers-mix and match with all kinds of flowers to create your very own flower.
 Create away! Here are some tiny clothes pins that I glimmer misted to give the weathered look...don't forget to tuck in papers, flowers and embellishments here and there to add textured layers.

 Don't forget to journal here is where I tucked in my journaling behind the photo clipping to the clothes pin.
           I used Prima's Almanac Collection paper scraps that I had laying around my workspace.

I so enjoyed playing along with this Prima sketch challenge, thanks for stopping by.

Peggy Lee

Prima-Almanac paper scraps
Prima-#562090 Pierott B flower
Prima-#552527 Essentials Printery flowers
Prima-#553265 Flower Market Printery flowers
Prima-#514891 Say it in Crystals gems
Prima-#170660 Leaves
Prima-#559120 Romance Novel Alphabet Stickers
Prima-#559427 Stamp
Prima-Chalk ink (tin can)
Bazill-black card stock
CTMH-colonial white card stock
TheCraftersWorkshop-mini chicken wire template mask
Claudine Hellmuth Studio-Gesso
Ranger-Distress inks (vintage photo, dried marigold and Victorian velvet)
Ranger-Distress stains (walnut stain)
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist (tattered leather and graphite)
Adhesive-Beacon Fabri-Tac and 3-in-1 glue
1/2" Scor-Tape

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