What Do You See? page 6

It's the last page and I want to start over and do it again!  This has been some incredible fun. 

I wanted to do a monochromatic page but it not quite work out that way.  It is certainly something I am going to have to learn more about. 

My base was created from Molding Paste by Golden Artist Colors.  I know little about the different paint mediums, but this was a fun one to work with. 

(Photos of this page look crocked and the photo is as I can't take the page out of the book...
but the elements are straight.)

Ingredients:   Molding Paste; Fiskars Asian Inspired Stamps; Jenni Bowlin's Grandma's Doily punch; Maya Road chipboard letters, Dymo Label Maker; Ranger's Archival Ink Red; Tim Holtz paper tape; Imaginsce pearls; white acrylic paint; Magic Mesh; ribbon; rick rack.

I added the musical score paper tape to both corners of the page.  I painted the entire page in a white wash I made with a good acrylic paint and water.  Using Magic Mesh as a stencil I painted over the mesh with the Molding Paste.  I didn't cover the whole page just in several areas.  I lifted off the Magic Mesh and let it dry overnight.  The area of the molding paste actually rose a bit to give it dimension.  I stamped the the corners with the Asian Inspired stamp.

I used Imaginisce's i-rock, a hot fix / heat setting tool for i-rock embellishments.  I started with the inner circle and worked my way outwards to make the three circles around the middle hole from the actual record album sleeve.  This is certainly a fun tool to play with and help to make a great "frame" for the photo. 

 I added three layers of ribbon / rick rack.

I made these stars / flowers from Fiskars' Jenni Bowlin Grandma's Doily.  I just took it a step further than the actually work of the punch.  This is what the punch does...

I took it a step futher and used my Fiskars Mico-tip scissors to just quickly snip around the design to release a beautiful flower.  I'll create a short tutorial for this next week.  It is really easy and quick.

I added my title/journaling with a mix of the label maker and chipboard letters.

The challenge from the Fiskateer mixed media event was to do something with a window.  The center of the record album sleeve was a natural of this one.  I added a photo of my granddaughter looking out over the ocean while in Jamaica on a mission trip helping to build temporary housing for those displaced by the earthquake in Haiti. 

It was a great journey and learning experience.  I would do it again in a flash.  I hope you had a bit of fun with me.

The end of the month is coming soon.  Remember to leave a comment to be in the drawing for the $20.00 giveaway from Jenni Bowlin Studios.   I'm still trying to reach that magic number commenter in order to giveaway a Fiskars Jenni Bowlin border punch.

Have a Crafty Weekend!

Gratitude List 
1.  Little Honey's safety
2.  time to laugh
3.  God's longsuffering of His humble servant
4.  sweet play date friends
5.  my husband, Jimmy..."happy birthday sweetie."


  1. My goodness!! I loved seeing each of these pages and all the different techniques you used! This one is gorgeous!

  2. Lovely page, Debby! So serene and the perfect quote too. :)

  3. This is my first time visiting (via the scrapbook.com forums) and I love your unique style! Makes you want to look at more! Thanks for sharing...

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    2. Thank you Erin. I liked visiting your blog. Cool work.

  4. this has turned out fabulous!!! I love it and I love you used jenni Stuff!!!!

  5. I love it! WE must be on the same wave length I used the same colors . I love your album covers. I can see why you'd do it again.

  6. My computer has been down, but I'm back now! I was having withdrawals! Love this page. When I get time, I'll go back and see the whole book. You did well with mixed media from what I could see. TFS Hugs. Jess

    1. I thought maybe you went on vacation! I am glad you are reconnected.

  7. This is a beautiful page and I love the suggestion on how to give the doily punch another look. I have also punched it out around with my circle punch but I like the look of this flower.

  8. You have been doing some pretty cool mixed media projects! :)

  9. This is wonderful! Thank you for sharing the doily punch tip, trying that this weekend.

  10. I think you did a wonderful job on this project! When I did my white layout I had to really stretch to figure out what in the world I could add, so I know how you feel! Love Penny

  11. When I try to use this many techniques it's like I just piled stuff on the page. I'm getting slightly more comfortable with mixed media, but I'll NEVER match this. Beautiful!

  12. This is fabulous!! I love all the different textures and the monochromatic look is so striking! It's beautiful!


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