Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Feet mixed media layout : PRIMA


      Hi again everybody !! CHARLLIE here   and I just insert my time here (I have school in this day LOL!!) First of all  I would like to thank Marivic clifton  (owner of zeus and zoe ) for making the whole DT package filled with prima goodies and this Goodies are now used in my newest prima Layout  . I was  star struck on the paper I have from the Z&Z Store and that paper started the whole Thing I prepared a Tutorial for you guys (since I'm an Educator on Zeus and store so it's my job to show you the whole thing ) Prima goodies are perfect for layouts that are not over embellished or layouts that are fun and Shabby.. Here in my layout you''ll see that I have  a big blank space, well I decided to create a page that has small embellished areas and big areas for mix-media !! I picked random collection paper and flowers from PRIMA !! Actually I accidentally add the green paint on the horizontal part !! I was shocked when I add green and oh gosh I'm terrible scared lol!! 

         The Photo that I used is Taken from the cemetery LOL!!yup Your not mistaken !! Cemetery .. I love the grass so I like it its looks cool!!


 PRODUCT USED:
Prima Printery Collection "PRESSMAN"
Prima Flower Soprano C-#561703
Prima Flower Sopran F-#51666
Prima Flower Fairytale roses buttercup #538644
Prima Flower Gillian  Cinder #553029
Prima paper Flower(Don't have the number )
Prima Fabric flower -#537814
Prima alpha (don't have the number too )
Prima wood borders- #960223
Chalk edgers-





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5 comments:

Monica said...

Amazing thank you for your wonderful TUT!!

Dolly B said...

LOVE your layout, so cool,an explosion of beautiful colour. Now going to watch your tutorial.
Mary

Lizzy Hill said...

Fabulous....really enjoyed your video....love seeing how others 'create'...the gelatos look fab & you're clever, clever with your marker work:):) TFS!!!

Dolly B said...

Watched your video, really enjoyed how your layout came together, thank you for sharing
Mary

Marivic Clifton said...

Stunning Charlie! Love the colors you used! So cheerful! Thanks!