Sunday, August 18, 2013

Part Two of Tropical Travelogue Project Lift with Pam Bray

 Good Morning!!! Today it my turn on the SinCity Blog to share with you my second part of Tropical Travelogue Project Life, if you did have the chance to see the first post just click HERE.
I started by spraying three pieces of white card stock with Dylusions Spray.....


Stamped them with the flowers, journal block, number ATC,diamonds and flowers from SinCity Stamps Art Journaling with Terri Sproul.
I also stamped the Steampunk ship form SinCity Stamps A Wings Above the Rest multiple times from the sprayed paper and pattern papers of the Graphic 45 Tropical Travelogue....I love to paper piece so that is what I did with my Steampunk Ship
 Here is all four of 4x6 project life pieces together....
 and closer looks at each of them individually
 I just love how the Steampunk ship turned out....paper piecing takes a bit of patience but the look is so well worth it....don't you think. Check out the Dylusions Sprayed flower I layered with multi-stamped flowers, I painted them before placing them together using Tim Holtz Distress Rock Candy Paint. It helps the flowers to stay stiff and in shape.
 I added a fun zipper from Prima that says explore along with some fun colored twine to the my stamped image.
 Love the border that I created from the diamonds....
I made sure to light ink them with the black ink so it would achieve that distress look I was after. 
 If you haven't ever used journal blocks on your project lift projects, all I can say is this is a fabulous one.
 Here is a closer look at the journal block....
 and one of the fun stamping I added to  my 4x 6 piece.
Make sure to check out my first Tropical Traveloque Project Life Project HERE to see how to do the 6x8 project. Hugs Pammejo
Supplies:
SinCity Stamps Art Journaling with Terri Sproul
SinCity Stamps A Wings Above the Rest
Dylusions Sprays
Graphic 45 Tropical Travelogue
Tim Holtz Metals and Rock Candy Distress Paint
Prima Crystal Stick Pin
Recollections Clock
Black Ink
Tea Dye Distress Ink
Gemstone
Tiny Attacher
Black LePen
Twine

1 comment:

  1. This turned out fabulous, Pam. Love the paper pieced steam ship and the diamond border, and the journal notebook page, and, well, just all of it. Love, love, love. I may actually do one of these for myself, too.

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