Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Last minute April project

You know what they say better late than never. Well I guess  technically I am not late, just last minute. So without further delay here is my April Journal page for Tim's 2013 April Tag.

I do not have the Metallic Distress Paints yet so I improvised and used some Lumiere paints instead. They did not blend quite as well, but I was still happy with the background.

I did not want to cover up too much of the background so I just stamped around the edges of the pages. I also did not have the tissue tape Tim used. I decided to use some gauze tape and make my own instead using a stamp from the Artful Tools set, Black soot distress stain, and some Lumiere paint.

The butterfly is cut from the Fanciful Flight die. I used glossy cardstock for the base and inked it with various colors of alcohol ink. The wings are Wendi Vecchi's Clearly for Art.

The metal flowers were just hanging out in my stash begging to be used. I colored them with the Distress Paints as Tim showed.

The last little detail was the words. I used the Alpha parts letters and the Grunge board letters. I painted the grunge board letters as Tim showed and then added some stamping over the top and a bit more black paint.

As always I thank you for stopping by and I hope you had a wonderful last day of April!

6 comments:

  1. Yes you are better late then never.
    I did not or do not do it at all.
    (hanging my head down low) What kind of ATT member am I?

    Your journal page is Fabulous! I also do not have the new paints. (but would love to have them)

    You did great without them.

    Thanks for sharing!

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  2. This is beautiful. I love the butterfly and the flowers are beautiful..I did not get one made either.
    hugs
    susan s

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  3. Beautiful, Stacy! Love that gorgeous background.

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  4. Great journal spread. Love the cheery background, and what a wonderful butterfly!

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  5. Oh the color! Just super gorgeous and artsy! I love the butterflies!

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