Bright and Beautiful by Helen Chilton

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Hello there, Helen here, using some of Ingrid's stamps to make a double sided piece of art.


I've taken two of the whiteboard pages from a 6 x 6 journal:


and then painted them with black gesso.


Then you can choose your Lustre Spray colours - I've used Aqua and Violet. They show up beautifully on the black background.


I just stamped loads of the images and watercoloured them with Distress Reinkers.


Arrange them on the pages,


stamp and emboss the text in white and add your embellishments.



These stamps are such a great size and stamp so crisply - a pleasure to work with.



If you wanted to you could also decorate the back of these pages - perhaps using the Lustre Sprays on a light coloured surface instead. Mind you, you'd have to be a bit neater than I am as I always get blobs of paint on the back!

Thanks for joining me today.

Helen

Materials used:

That's Crafty! Clear Stamp Sets: Boho Vibes Set 1 and Boho Vibes Set 2
That's Crafty! Black Gesso
That's Crafty! Surfaces 6x6 White/Greyboard Journal Pages

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8 comments

  1. Absolutely gorgeous pages Helen. Amazing detail and the lustre sprays look gorgeous on the black background.
    You're not alone in getting blobs of paint on the back of things either as that frequently happens to me!
    Fliss xx

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  2. These are so beautiful Helen, the lustre sprays look fabulous as a backdrop for the gorgeous flowers. I'm a paint blobber on the back of thing too :-) xx

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  3. Helen, they are so gorgeous, love your beautiful painting of Ingrid`s stamps-
    and the background is amazing.
    Hugs, Dorthe, xx

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  4. Absolutely beautiful!
    Love
    Amanda x

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  5. Gorgeous pages Helen! Beautiful <3

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  6. Love how the black background makes those colours pop, stunning work Helen xx

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