Monday, August 1, 2011

Flip-Pal & a Layered Cutie

Layering with Style
One of my favorite techniques

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Canvas scanned (Flip-Pal)

I know, it's right smack in the middle of the summer but I just had to post this little cutie. Besides, October isn't that far off now! So here's a little Halloween cutie to make you look forward to the fall months ahead.

Using a Flip-Pal, scan over the image. A Flip-Pal scanner is mobile & so HANDY to have in your tool caddy! Scanning your image seems to bring out the details more than a photograph. Here you can see all the different layering that's been done.

Painted an 8x8 canvas first....lifted areas of paint in spots. Now comes the FUN part! Have I ever told you that I love recycling! Most of the paper here to create the background is from old books meant for the trash heap. I used ColorBox to color the pages & then using punches, cut out all the leaves for the tree. The little cutie holding the pumpkin & black cat is a vintage piece cut out & layered on the canvas. For further layering effect, I stamped swirls over the sides & front & added a trim at the bottom. The little cutie's hat has a crystal at the tip top to add some shine....for every girl needs some bling in her life!

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3 comments:

Michelle Cummings said...

how fun! Love the little witch. I would love to try a flip pal sometime :)

Cindy Rippe said...

Really cute design and nice use of the flip pal. I'm trying to stay in August mode (time for late blooming flowers - yeah!) but enjoyed the peek into Autumn. Thanks for sharing.

Ann Butler said...

I love this project!