Monday, 6 May 2013

GJS and Artistcellar blog hop (at least I try...)

Hello my dear crafty friends! This is hop week for Genuinely Jane Studio and Artistcellar company. Unlucky me is new to GJS DT, so my goodies are still on the way (long one in any opinion , not thanks to USPS), so the only thing I have are 2 Artiscellar stencils and a lot of imagination.
So if you can imagine that my project  was made over GJS gorgeous Tag  wooden album- please do so. This was the way I wanted it to be, but then you do whatever you can and so did I.
I made this tag mini book with brown bags to this tag shaped pages and I used AC stencils on 2 pages here.
So here is my cover
And another page or two, just to show you the way this album goes




And this is a page made with AC stencil- I misted it with brown mist to fit the colors of this page. This stencil is called Rivermap and I think it fits this page a lot.

And as this is a Family page, my AC Family tree stencil was just perfect for the back side of this album. I used a think layer of gesso over the cardstock , added some embossing powder and then heated it while it was wet to get this textured look.

More pages to be shown later. This is quite a big project and all photos will be added inside the pockets later.
So now here is your chance to win some great goodies from both companies.
As I mentioned earlier, Artistcellar and Genuinely Jane Studios are having a blog hop  for this  whole week. Comment on each post in both blogs and you can win one of two $20 gift cards offered by both companies.
Hop over to my sister blogger Lori for an additional chance to win a prize!

9 comments:

Silent said...

Stunning. This is absolutely fantastic. Such a great attention to all the wonderful details, which are well-chosen and placed with love. It matches and harmonize perfectly. Thanks so much for this wonderful project and, to be honest, it totally inspires me. C~

Tanya said...

You have done a wonderful job on this! Each page draws me in. I love it! Perfection :)

Laura Cox {aka scrapaddict} said...

Irit....this turned out absolutely beautiful!

Dawn Louise said...

Wonderful, you've done a fabulous job even with little products you've still managed to show them off. loving all the details so much interest x

Sarah Lynch said...

Wow you are so talented, I would be totally stressed out in your shoes! Love all the different techniques you used it came out so pretty!

Far North said...

You are a true artist to pull together this project without all your supplies. And wow I would have never guessed if not reading your details. Each page is a lovely combination. The stencils add wonderfully to each mix. TFS!

marylouh said...

I love all of the mixed media projects. Your album is great. Thanks for sharing. Hope you eventually got all the supplies you were supposed to get. :-)

Arlene said...

Congratulations - way to go to just use what you had and even though it wasn't quite the way you wanted it to be, I think you did an awesome job with your beautiful tag mini book pages. Great job!

Barb Wagar said...

Wow, you made great work of that tag. Very rustic and old world charm. Thanks for sharing your inspirations.

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