Friday, August 18, 2023

Painting A Beautiful Day ~ ScrapbookPal

We are in the midst of repainting the trim, the ceiling and the walls in our dining room. It's been quite a long task, mostly because I'm having a hard time focusing on the inside of the house when I want to be outside when the weather is nice.  It doesn't help that my craft room is always calling my name! It reminded me that I have Spellbinders Paint Your World Dies sitting in my craft room, just aching to be used. 

I created two sweet cards for you, using Spellbinders Artful Tulip, that can be found at ScrapbookPal.

For the first card, I used Pinkfresh Studio Nested Arches to create the focal point, over an A2 sized card panel cut from barnwood printed paper, that I found in my scrapbox. 

On the top arched layer, I blended on Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide Ink and then added some ink splatters using a Ranger Ink Water Brush.

I assembled the Spellbinders Artful Tulip, adding silver mirror cardstock to the band of the paintbrush.  I added some extra flowers from Spellbinders Country Road Garden Builder, in a random pattern along the brush as well.  A bit of string around the handle of the paintbrush finished this card off nicely.  

The sentiments on both cards are from Spellbinders Tiered Tray Sentiments.  I love how you can mix and match all the Spellbinders products so seamlessly.

All these products can be found at ScrapbookPal:

Spellbinders Paint Your World
Spellbinders Artful Tulip
Spellbinders Country Road Garden Builder
Spellbinders Tiered Tray Sentiments
Pinkfresh Studio Nested Arches
Distress Oxide Ink
Ranger Ink Water Brush

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Lisa Elton said...

These couldn't be any prettier, Birgit! Love them both, but the CAS version is my favorite!

Donna Phelan said...

Fantastic! Your floral paint brushes are wonderful! How creative these dies are, but you are the one with the talent to arrange them in the most pleasing way! Simply fabulous! Combines your loves, gardening and crafting!

Marcia Hill said...

These are both so pretty Birgit, and remind me that I had used Michele's dies over a year ago to cut out a bunch of these brushes and flowers, but have never colored them up or made a card with them...kinda like your dining room! Haha!! Best intentions and all that... Lovely, lovely cards my friend!! Hugs. :0)

Conniecrafter said...

They are both so gorgeous, I do love that wood background in the first one and the flowers popping out of the handle, neat touch. The second with the flowers mixed with the brush is a pretty touch too, like your splattering to go with them!