Monday, August 11, 2014

Scapbooking Nature's Art & VIDEO TUTORIAL! {Shimmerz, Dusty Attic, Tresors de Luxe}


Hi everyone! I thought today I would share a step by step on how I made the above layout, start to finish. Here are the Shimmerz products I used to create this page....


Shimmerz Products used:
~ Hot Fudge Spritz
~ My Bleeding Heart Coloringz
~ Ruby Spritz
~ Caribbean Sunset Sprtiz
~ Tuscan Sun Spritz 
~Rolling In the Hay Vibez
~ Copperhead Dimensionz
~ I'm not Limon Inklingz
~ Gosh Garnet Inklingz


Dusty Attic Products used: 
~ Wildflower #2
~ Vine Border

Rather than try and explain the steps, I've made up a video tutorial to show you how I did it.  So grab a cuppa coffee/or tea sit back and enjoy!


I hope you enjoy watching my video and will want to give your own page a try!  Here are a few closeups of the page that you can view at your leisure....


I used some gorgeous blooms from Tresors de luxe to decorate the corner cluster by the photo.


I added a little texture with somehome made texture paste with a stencil and I added a shabby brick look by lightly brushing on some Copperhead Dimensionz with the tip of my finger.  The Dusty Attic vine I painted with some 'I'm Not Limon' Inklingz.


After spritzing my background with a variety of Shimmerz Spritz's, I added some stamping and rub-on's. I also fussy cut some elements from Prima Almanac papers to embellish.  I painted the new Dusty Attic Wildflower #2 chipboard with yet more of the Inklingz, I'm Not Limon and Gosh Garnet.  NOTE: The color you see when you open a tub of Inklingz is not necessarily the color that it becomes when activated with water....for the true color, see the samples at the Shimmerz Website/Shop.


I hope you enjoyed my project today and will give these gorgeous Shimmerz products a try.  You can shop for your own Shimmerz products HERE. And remember, to receive your own FREE/Bonus Shimmerz product be sure to mention my name in the INTRUCTIONS TO MERCHANT area of your order.

Happy Scrappin'



25 comments:

Chris x said...

Wow this is stunning x

Becky said...

wow Garielle, this page is stunning, as all of them that you do :). It is like looking at a piece of art.

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

I have been a fan of yours for so long, and have been inspired to use a few of your techniques in my own work.

One of my favorite things you do frequently is your "peek-a-boo" technique. I've tried it so many times, and not matter how I do it, it just never works.

Today, watching the video tutorial, I felt like an absolute dunce. voilá! Water! Of course! I'm so excited.

Thanks for sharing some of the ways you make your beautiful treasures!

Romy said...

Oh my! Both your photo and the lay-out are breathtakingly gorgeous! I love the warm colours and the serene feel to it a lot!

Elaine S. said...

This is absolutely gorgeous and I can't wait to try it. Thanks so much for the detailed instructions.

janie krig said...

this is fabulous, like all your work.
Thanks for the video, so inspiring to see you work.

Eva Olmo said...

Wowww this is gorgeous! I love your creations!

Elaine S. said...

I'm curious as to what kind of glue you were using (in the bottle). Tacky?

Gabrielle Pollacco said...

Hi Elaine, yes, sorry about that I usually say what glue Im using. It was Aleene's Tacky glue ;)

Rachelle Olaridge said...

Stunning LO Gabi!!!! I love watching your tuts. One day I will learn how to create those. Your detailed work has once again inspired me. Thanks!
Huggies!!!!

Tatiana Rialto-Rossi said...

Oh My Gosh!!! Absolutely stunning!! Just a stunning work of art Gabrielle!! I love it, thank you for sharing!!!

Paper Profusion said...

Another stunner from you Gabrielle! This is so beautiful and as always your video is a treat to watch and learn. Thanks so much for sharing your art. Nicola x

Sherry Tipton said...

I so love your work...I am learning so much by watching your videos...I have a question...Where do you get that small floral lace that you used in this video and others...I looked at Tresor's de Luxe and did not see it...many thanks

Patty O'Malley said...

So pretty!

Gabrielle Pollacco said...

Hi Elaine, yes, sorry about that I usually say what glue Im using. It was Aleene's Tacky glue ;)

Cindy Gay said...

So beautiful-starting with the photo. Always love the pulled back edges.

LISA said...

This is absolutely gorgeous. Your doodling and stamping give it the Gabrielle touch that is just so awesome!! I need to doodle more!!

Sherry Tipton said...

Sorry, forgot to ask, what paper did the Butterflies come
from...thanks so much.

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mamablitger said...

Gabrielle... Your art keep on to inspire and makes me feel amazed each time I watch how you do create it. Gosh you are so creative and very talented !!! I'm so grateful for all what you share with us !! Thanks a LOT !!
Hugs from SPAIN

Teresa said...

Another inspiring work of art Gabrielle, I love watching your video tutorials, they always make me want to get messy with paints & sprays even if mine don't work out as good as yours.
xx

Rebecca Bradshaw said...

A wonderful creation, so many stunning details!
Rebecca.

janie krig said...

Terrific, as usual, thanks Gabrielle for the tutorial.

Designcreature said...

Such incredible work you do. How do you preserve it? Do you use a spray finish?
I love your videos and your personal touch with your fans. That's a nice gesture!
Dolores

Лилия Шарипова said...

I'm so excited! Thank you very much!

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