Monday, August 7, 2017

Nature Journal a page with Astrid

Hello Shimmerz friends, - today I have a page from my nature journal to share with you, - hope you like it....
I have never been one to use colouring books that are so popular these day, but I do enjoy colouring my own stamped images, so that's what I did with this page. These are the Shimmerz products I used:
Inklingz: Miner Miner
Shimmerz: Key Limme, Celery, Coffee
Creameez: Black Cherry Soda
First I stamped my image with embossing ink and embossed in white. This gave me a slightly raised image, to make the colouring slightly easier.
Next I created my background using Distress Inks, I also did a bit of background stamping.
Next I coloured my flowers and leaves, using my chosen paints and a fine brush.
Finally I coloured the butterfly. In taking the photo I tried very hard to show some of the wonderful shimmer these little pots of paint provide.

I added a little sentiment, and that was pretty much it. Quick, easy and super fun to do, - hope you will give it a try, - and if you do, don't forget:
Thanks for your visit like always, and see you next time,


Maryann Laursen said...

Absolut gorgeous work as always Astrid, and I just love the wonderful colors, you´ve used here too. Really beautiful work.

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Beautiful nature piece. I love the flowers and the rich deep colour of them perfect set against your backdrop. Tracy x

Sara Barker said...

Lovely page for your nature journal! The shimmer is gorgeous and your background is just gorgeous!

Dorthe said...

Such beautiful details Astrid, your flowers and butterfly are gorgeous, painted and shimmered , and the colors so wonderful. A gorgeous make, dear. xoxo

butterfly said...

Gorgeous embossed stamping, adding to the lovely sunshine shimmer of the page - beautiful!
Alison x

Helen Wallace said...

Such a pretty, spring nuanced card and yes, I can see the lovely shimmer. Beautiful and inspiring. TFS

Annie said...

stunning colours and I love the stamps you have used. The Shimmer paints look beautiful and I bet they are
even nicer in real life bfs

Annie xxx