Life is Good - Anita shares a Mixed Media Layout!

Monday, November 18, 2013

Hi everyone! It's Anita here today and I have a 
  project to share using the fabulous  November Mixed Media Kit!!

 I had such a good time playing with this kit! 
Loved all the little bits and pieces
that came it in.

Here is my first project from the kit. I have a beautiful gold gilt frame that is needing something to
go in it. It has been hanging on the wall empty for THREE YEARS! It is a 14x14
frame, so I will have to have a mat cut to fit it and then adhere the layout to the mat.

I am so in love with this layout! The papers and embellishments
from the kit are just amazing. I don't use a black background
very often, but I thought it would really set these colors off!
To create my backgound I cut the papers from the Nov Kit into random strips, inked
them and layered them under the large center mat.
For my photos I used three mini canvases and inked them with the Mixed Media inks from the kit. For this larger canvas I added the lace and small flowers from the kit to embellish it.
The two smaller canvases have just enough room for the photos! The tags are embellished using the stencil and ink from the kit. (See below)
Are these chippie hearts amazing or what? I added paper flowers and the rhinestones from the kit to my cluster as well.
To color my tags, I applied the ink directly from the ink pad through the stencil on the NON SLICK side.
Thanks so much for stopping by today!
You do NOT want to miss out on this kit!
Barb has a special going in the store tight now
so you can take advantage of that too!

*FREE Dylusions Creative Journal ($24.99 value) with any first time 
mixed media paper kit subscription! 
Offer expires November 30th.

Have a wonderful week!


4 Responses to “Life is Good - Anita shares a Mixed Media Layout!”

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is gorgeous! LOVING the doilies and all the pennants!!!!

Sandee Setliff said...

How pretty!! This will look awesome in that frame!!

Jean said...

Love all the banners!

Barb Craft said...

I love the way you created the banners behind the photos... it makes for a great background!

barb :)