Love You | Missy Whidden

Happy Tuesday, Hip Kit fans!  Missy here. I have a really fun layout to share today using the 2015 August Hip Kits!  I got a little creative with the Dylusions Paints from the Color Kit on this page.  I started with the Rise & Shine background paper and added a bit of white gesso.  I used my circle ink blending tool with the spongy foam piece on the end and dipped a bit of the yellow paint on one side and the pink on the other.  I smudged it around a bit and then squirted some water directly on to the foam and then smushed it and turned it onto the paper.  It blended the two colors together and made a really cool effect!  This is a super fun thing to try if you like circles.  I also used a few of the exclusive stencils from the Color Kit as well.
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Here’s a close up of the painted smushed circles…don’t they look cool?  I love the hints of orange where they blended together.  You can also try to just stamp the foam down to get a bit of a different look.  I hand drew a big heart on the background and then stitched it several times using black thread.  That cute “Smile” puffy sticker is from Pinkfresh Studio.
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Here’s a look a the bottom.  I used a strip of the charcoal cardstock to line the bottom of the page and some of the Dear Lizzy washi tape under it.  I stitched through it all and added some of the script alphas from Pinkfresh as well as some of the wood grain Thickers and a Freckled Fawn chipboard heart.
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I love the dimension created here.  I pulled one of the Rise & Shine chipboard frames from my April kit since it went perfectly with this background paper (same collection) and then layered some of the Fine & Dandy chipboard and a Crate Paper camera die cut on top of it.  That cute felt heart is Crate Paper as well as the enamel dots and sequin.
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One more look at the awesome background…I really hope you try this technique!  It was fun and the result is just awesome.
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You can check out my process video on how to do this background and how I created this layout from start to finish.  I hope it inspires you in some way!

Thanks for stopping by, and have a great day!
Missy Whidden

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