Finally I had time to upload this blogspot. I don`t want to go into details how I made it because I think the pictures speak for themselves. Today’s all about visual inspiration, just a very short introduction: The backgroung I made with acrylic paint and after I used Whipped Spackle by Faber Castell through the Nőicsizma Design stencil. Once the Whipped Spackle was dry, I added Wilna´s cute little bears and some embellishments from the Heart Day Collection. And from now on, it´s truly only visual inspiration comes: Love, P.J.
This mood board was a real challenge for me! When I saw it I thought that was so beautiful, but what would I do with these colors??? What most inspired me was the big image with the floppy disks. I haven’t got any products in these colours, so I decided to make a painted background based on the mood board. First I put everything on the painted background, but it seemed too much for me. Than I cut my background in half, I cut out some speech bubbles and I added a few cristals, splatters and enamels.– Thanks Sharmaine for the challenge! Love, P.J.
My new canvas inpired by Nicole Pletts. I’m not entirely satisfied how it turned out, but this is a step forward, isn’t it?
After an unfortunately flood from the neighbors – I had to thrown out the furniture too, – I decided to rearrange my scraproom. It’s very small, only 1 square meter. I was crazy about polka dot wall for ages. First I painted the wall in white, than I cut out a polka dot stencil with my Silhouette. Adjusting the stencil on the wall, I made my dots with archival ink. For this time I decided to have a black and white – blue color palette for the room, so I assembled the furniture and I bought some light blue boxes as additional storage. I have to confess, I’m very happy whit my new scraproom.