I was immediately drawn to this honeycomb chipboard.
It came as a frame but I cut it in half diagonally to use it differently.
I gave it a coat of gesso and then layed it out on the page.
It wasn't until I started playing with paper layers and mixed media background that I decided what to do with the chipboard.
I used the Tim Holtz distress Crayons to colour the chipboard and then blended with my finger - no water needed.
The title received two coats of Colour Blast embossing powder in bling.
Today I'm sharing something different.
I've been stalking pinterest and I've discovered 9x12 layouts.
I've always been a 12x12 scrapper but I decided to give it a go and the challenge to my creative process really helped.
So today I'd like to share my very first 9x12 layout, created for ...