Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Elle's Studio + Paper Bakery!

All week long, Elle's Studio & Paper Bakery kit club are teaming up to inspire you with all types of cool projects, layouts, cards, and mixed media fun...plus a giveaway of course!

I had the pleasure of working with the March mixed media kit from Paper Bakery, Greasy Diner.
Here's a peek at the contents of this sweet altered-book kit:
Along with a stencil, brush, and some wonderful art mediums, it comes with tags and my favorite stamp from Elle's Studio.

Here's what I created with it all:














































I'm halfway through TWO jars of this inka gold...it is hands-down my FAVORITE art medium currently. I'm obsessed.



































I used a circle cutter to create this peek-a-boo page on the title page of the book.



























The Sangria glaze comes with a nail-polish style applicator, making it easy to draw, fill-in, or splatter.



























Love the mix of matte gesso, glossy red, and shimmery gold in this kit.
The triangles are part of an exclusive Paper Bakery .svg file set, designed by the fabulous Laina Lamb.

The flair are an exclusive set, designed by Elle's Studio & sold only at Paper Bakery!


For a GIVEAWAY, more photos of this project, plus a tutorial and some projects by another favorite of mine, Shellye McDaniel, go check out both the Paper Bakery & Elle's Studio blogs.

6 comments:

  1. What a great mixed media album!

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  2. LOVE it....really like that 'inset' bit...looks fabulous, Miss Versatile Scrapper!!!!

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  3. Love, love, love what you've done with the kit! Your book looks fabulous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  4. Oh wow! I love this! Look at that gold... looks awesome! Double wow!

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  5. Your album looks totally cool, after commenting about it on elle's and Paper Bakery I thought I ought to stop by and leave some love at the source! The gold is amazing, and it's so awesome how the 'true happiness' stamp looks used over and over again! x

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