A Winter Layout with Lisa Gregory-Nazario

Have you seen Lindy’s Color Challenge for December? What  way to end the year! The blues of winter, the gold of the sunshine on winter, and the pop of red for that element of surprise, a gorgeous color palette. For my layout I used the December 2014 Color Challenge MEGA Set.

The sprays and embossing powders are amazing!  I started by mounting a piece of white card stock to corrugated cardboard using Mod Podge. I gave it a spray with Azure Sea Asters, then edged it with Tibetan Poppy Teal.

I mixed some white molding paste with some gesso to create a soft paste, that I used to mask my background. Then I sprayed Opal Sea Oats for the gold sheen.

Here is  closeup of the layered photo. I heat embossed the edges of the photo using Starbright Gold Green embossing powder. I used the same color on the embossed die cut snowflakes.

Here is  closeup of the masking on the background.

You can see the layers I used. I mounted my square cuts onto corrugated cardboard,then layered them under the photo.

I did some stamping for added texture.

The leaves were die cut and sprayed with Tibetan Poppy Teal, and topped with  quick spray of  Azure Sea Asters for the gold sheen it leaves behind. The flowers were sprayed with Rizzo’s Rowdy Red. I kissed them with a little white acrylic paint.

Thank you for joining me today for another color filled Challenge!
 Please join us this month for  chance to win a 50.00 gift certificate to the Lindys Stamp Gang online store. Check it out, follow the rules and have fun with color!! Then enter your link and view the Linky Tools list HERE

Good Luck!!
Lisa


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