HER Room this week!!!! AND SHIMMERZ colours again of course!
If you do have shimmerz colours, as you can see in the inspiration image above, the colours can vary a little in their lightness or darkness depending on how heavy you spray or apply the paint, whether its wet, or dry when you add another colour, and the colour of the substrate you are applying colour to.
If you dont have Shimmerz paints, just treat the palette as you usually would using stuff from your stash!
What a beautiful palette! still not easy at all. I immediately thought of all the shades that jeans come in from dark denim to really washed out and faded. The photo of my cousin's son and his wife on their wedding day has just waited to be scrapped. Beautiful romantic rainbow of clear colours, just like the papers I had bought the day before the palette release. Patterned pink-rimmed pp from Vibeke Spigseth and the rest is from local store Panduro. I made the blue flower with the blue embroidered brad, once again the puffy pen did its trick with the edges. Some stitching, bit of fussy cutting and light distressing. TFL and for any comment you may want to leave, so appreciated!
Hello and welcome to my little corner of the world! My name is Eila Sandberg and I live in Sweden's capital called Stockholm on the east coast by the Baltic Sea. My family is a small one; it's me and my very supportive and patient husband and our 3 cats - Max, Alice and Elsa. I have a grown-up stepdaughter. My friends kindly let me scrap their children if I need willing guinea pigs for a layout. My roots are Finnish but I was born and raised in Sweden. I am an Anglofile and love everything beautiful, London is my favourite city in the whole world. I've been sort of dabbling with scrapping since 2009 but more seriously so since 2010. Scrapping is a wonderful way for me to gain balance and happiness in my otherwise very stressful office life, I scrap mainly 12 x 12 layouts. Thank you for visiting my blog! Your comments make me very happy!
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