Good morning everyone, it’s my turn again to provide some inspiration for your crafty pleasures. Today I’d love to share with you one of my most favorite chippies. I just LOVE LOVE LOVE adding them to my travel pages. They’ve almost become a must have on my craft table. Once again, here is a page done with the globe chipboard.
Today on my page, I am taking you to a wonderful place in New-Brunswick Canada called Hopewell Cape. They say that this is where we have the highest tides in the world. The tides go up and down every day and over the years have eroded the lands to look like huge mushrooms. It’s an amazing place to visit.
To start my page, I used watercolor paper. Then I stamped a floral patterned image. I added touched of color with my Lindy’s Stamp gang sprays to create a beautiful watercolor background. Then I used the same stamp on regular card-stock and cut out some of the flowers. I mounted them on dimension stickers to give some depth.
Again, I chose to use my chipboard in the natural state. I always work in sets of 3, so in this case, I have the globe, the title and my tag cord that have the same color as the chipboard. I love how soft and easy this is on the eyes.
Here are a few more pictures to show the details:
Here you can see how I layered my paper and standard flowers:
I’ve focused the title on the top part of my picture, I think the size of this title chipboard is perfect for layering on pictured or working on projects such as Project Life.
Now if you are wondering what Trésor is, it means Treasure.
This word set is in french : Ahoy Matey French Word Set
And my favorite set, this 3 inch globe
I hope you enjoyed my page, thanks for stopping by !
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