Friday, September 13, 2013

Prima ArtZine {August Issue} Projects

Hello everybody :). It's been a little quiet around here, yes I know. We're still busy, busy at home- new animals, hunting season, canning, the works- but I thought I'd pop in here and share the two projects that I had published in the August issue of the Prima ArtZine.

First up, a layout that I created for CHA using the popular Anna-Marie Collection:

The color palette was inspired by the August PPP which was perfect for using this collection. I loved how the black and white photos looked against these bright colors. All of the papers, flowers, stamps, mask, embellishments {except the title stickers}- they are all from the Summer CHA 2013 release.

Products Used:

846299- Anna Marie Collection "Eloise"
846305- Anna Marie Collection "Anna Marie"
846343- Anna Marie Collection "Jelly Roll"
846367- Anna Marie Collection "Nightingale"
570071- Anna Marie 2.5" x 3" Clear Stamp Set
570088- Anna Marie 2.5" x 3" Clear Stamp Set
563305- Anna Marie Tag Me Ticket and Tags Set
570040- Anna Marie 1" Flair Buttons
570514- 4"x6" Cling Stamps Stitches "Lines"
960988- Vintage Vanity 3"x4" Clear Stamps
960476- Elementals 12"x12.75" Stencil
569884- Wood Icons Keys & Locks
570262- Say it in Crystals Pearl: Multi
570668- Anna Marie Flowers
571436- Layla
571337- Serenity
571580- Audrey
571313- Olivia
571696- Lil' Missy
571719- Lil' Missy
571535- Le Mia
562984- Canvas Alphabet Stickers- Sunrise Sunset
563288- Tiny Alphabet Stickers- Lyric

I also created a summer-themed tag :)

"Summer Discoveries"
I don't generally use photos on my tags, but I decided to try something different and have some fun here :). My daughter is fearless when it comes to creepy, crawly things. Here she is holding a crayfish we found out at the lake and thought it was just the coolest thing. 

 I've combined a variety of papers, flowers, wood icons, and other embellishments to create a large cluster for my photo to settle into...

Products Used:

950729- Delight Collection "Delicate"
845476- Lifetime Collection "Blue Bayou"
950927- Delight Sugar Dots
890834- Shabby Chic Resin Treasures "Bird Houses"
569921- Wood Icons Birds & Butterflies
569853- Wood Icons Clocks
569860- Wood Icons Flower & Leaves
891619- Liquid Chalk Edgers "White"
891336- Liquid Chalk Edgers "Worn Jeans"
566371- Tatiana Oceana
561345- Encore- Pink
566593- Avante White
565299- Divine Vines
565527- Lifetime Roses
I sure hope you all have a wonderful weekend!~ 


Patty O'Malley said...

I love these, Erin! The flowers look so beautiful highlighted with the pretty bows. Stunning!

Sandra said...

These are such beautifully bright, happy colours that suit your B/W photos and I love your little one holding the 'yabby' as we call them.

Lizzy Hill said...

Such Prima delightfulness! I especially like the idea of a photo on a tag....would never have thought of it, but really, why not? Looks way cool:):):):)

Sandi Clarkson said...

Both are so, so gorgeous!

Ashley Horton said...

Love those bright colors on your layout Erin, and the photo of Aspen on the tag is so cute!! Love how you do those photo cut outs!!

Romy said...

Oh my, your both projects are so beautifully detailed, colourful and sweet. Amazing work!

zenevak said...

Both so beautiful! Love your ability to cluster flowers so divinely!

juscrap said...

I'm a fan of your work! I love them all.xx

morkaren said...

Dejligt LO, men din lille pige med krebsen er så skønt, hun sidder der og studere det "mærkelige" dyromgivet af fuglehus og meget smukke blomster. knus morkaren.

Olga Siedlecka said...

Cute, cute, cute :)

Lizzyc said...

These look amazing, love the fabulous colors and all the layers and flowers.. beautiful creations!

Staci said...

Gorgeous art! TFS!

Chantal Vandenberg said...

Wow!!! Amazing work!!!

Billie-Jean Beveridge said...

Aspen is just so lovely, a real cutie!! I love the colours, so bright and happy. I love how you have the photos on either sides of the page too, clever, and that tag is cool too!!

Sandie said...

Ohhhhh they are beautiful Erin, love how you cut out the photograph, and used seam binding, looks so beautiful - both do!