sreda, 20. april 2016

Pizza, anyone?

Good morning lovely followers!

This week we are all about different techniques around here as you might already know..
Our DT Laura chose to use lots of die cuts in white for this project and coloured them with Distress Inks..
That's her technique for today..

She made this kind of menu chalkboard decorated with some stunning elements..
She used some Pion Brown II from the Pion Design Palette collection for the base and added the gingham paper on top of it..

There's pizza on the menu today and what better stamp than Pizza Tilda to go with it..
This beauty from the Little Italy Collection 2015 is coloured with Copic Markers..
You can already see a bit of the pots behind her..

Yep.. Laura 'planted' a big sunflower in the big one..
And check out the gorgeous Basil in the little one..
I think it looks phenomenal..
She also used some Gesso here and there to soften the whole look a bit..

An finally here's Tilda's pizza..
As I said before our Laura loves to colour her die cuts with Distress Inks..
She cuts everything out of plain white paper and then she can make them exactly how she wants them to be..

Once again she made some basil..
This is one of the latest released Magnolia dies and the name of the set is Oregano and Basil..
As you can see here she used the oregano too..
But that's not all..
There's one more Doohickey here we want to show you..
The beautiful Parsley & Rocket Salad..

Our Barbara and Susen used those on previous projects and they can be easily used as foliage..
That's how amazing and versatile they are..

That's all for now folks..
So.. What's on your menu today?

Hugs, Tina and the Craft Heaven Shop DT

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