As Karen Shultz indicates in the tutorial, brushes can be used in many ways. In this layout I combined two of Jopke's Edge Brushes to give the wood background some darker areas. Then I used Vicki Robinson's texture brushes as an eraser to remove some of the wire and to grunge up the title.
This fun LO is a reminder to myself - something I've always known but sometimes forget.
No special techniques here - I started with paper number 5, added paper fragments, gesso, a scribble and various elements. Add the image with a frame over it, shadows and word art. This kit is a blast to...
I blended paper 3 over paper 1 using the overlay lode then layered stamps, gesso, and overlays onto it, added the picture added a few elements - love that line drawing! - then the word art and journaling.
Verse: 1 Timothy 6:6 But godliness with contentment is great gain.
In Acceptance Lieth Peace
by Hannah Hurnard
In acceptance lieth peace,
O my heart be still;
Let thy restless worries cease
And accept His will.
Though this test be not thy choice,
It is His—therefore rejoice.
In His plan...
Wild Summer Playing with Brushes by et designs
Midnight Madness Kit by NLD Designs
Midnight Madness Word Stitched Paper Labels by NLD Designs
Party Time Bundle by et designs
I created this artsy hobby (hiking & photography) page for the challenge using some products from the Featured Products for January 2022 (except for the gesso). I love to combine both hobbies together, getting some exercise and taking photos along the way.
For the background I blended paper #6 over paper #9
For the remainder of the LO, I used various illustrations - some extracted, others not with the two larger ones clipped to two of the photo masks.
Then I simply layered on elements and blended other illustrations beneath them until it looked...
Done for the January 2022 Big Photo Challenge #4
Journaling reads: The temperature dropped steadily through the night as the winter storm blew into our area with gusty winds. It began as rain which turned to sleet and before long turned into BIG, fluffy white flakes of snow that covered the...