Thursday, 6 July 2017

Post 216: Mixed Media Layout- Explore

Hi friends :) 

How are you doing? Any plans for the weekend? I've got a small giveaway running throughout the month of July, 2017 with 2 prizes on offer. (it is open worldwide). In case you are interested, you can check it out here.

I've created a Mixed Media Layout titled "Explore". The title reads, " Every Picture Tells a Story" and the subtitles read, "Travel, discover, explore the past". It is a layout in celebration of exploration, discovery and travel. I've used a vintage photo of the Qutub Minar, which is a famous monument. 

I have used water coloring to create the background and add depth and definition. And then done stencilling and background stamping. Splatter has been created with distress inks. If you would like to see a photo tutorial for the same, it is here

Here are a few photographs of the layout including close ups:-








List of Supplies:

General Supplies:
Canson Montval 300 gsm Watercolor Paper
Vintage photograph of Qutub Minar
Old Book Pages
Corrugated Cardboard
Aileen's tacky glue 
Scissors
Brushes
Ranger's Round blending  tool and foams 
Black Alcohol Marker
Sakura- White Gel Pen

Media: 
Prima Oil Pastels Pack of 24 (Water soluble)
Ranger's Distress Inkpads- vintage photo, brushed corduroy, peacock feather, broken china, black soot
Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers

Stencils and Stamps:
Prima Finnabair Mini Checkered Stamp
Mudra Old Script and Washi Tape Mini Stamp 
Icraft Stencil (came with Our Idea Book magazine)
Little Birdie Script Stencil

Embellishments:
Gauze
Jute Cord
Tim Holtz Idealogy Chit Chat Stickers
Mdf Title 

Die cuts- Spellbinders (directions die)

I am playing along with the following challenges:

More than Words July Main Challenge 2017 (Explore word is included in the title and also implied in the theme and black arrow die cuts have been added) 













Thanks for your time!
Love reading your precious comments :)
Stay Blessed. 

4 comments:

  1. This is stunning Preeti, I love it.

    Sue xx

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  2. Wow !! Such a stunning creation Preety !! Thanks for playing with us at More Than Words !!

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  3. Terrific layout! I love the color scheme and the texture! Great contrast! All the beat from MTW! :)

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