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Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Media Media Textured Layout Tutorial by our Guest Designer Anupama Choudary!!

Hello there Lovely people, 

          Hope you are doing great!!! GD time!! We are extremely happy to have our GD here!! She has an extra ordinary taste and talent in making scrapbook layouts.And we guarantee a jaw drop , if you visit her blog Scrapbooks from India.It feels so good to see awesome scrapbook layouts with Indian faces!

       We are honored to have you as our Guest Designer Anupama. Thanks for your fabulous layout and tutorial. I am sure people would enjoy it!Over to her!
          
My Bio :
           Hi there! I am Anupama Choudary from Hyderabad, India. I am married to an actor and we have two beautiful kids, Saanvi (7) and Karishnu (5).
           I am a trained Interior Designer and did my Masters in Business Administration from Chennai. I love being a stay-at-home mom and working from my home studio, Once Upon A Time.I make artist-edition scrapbooks and frames on order for local clients. 
         I am honored to be a Design Team member of Inkido/ Papercraft Scandinavia (Swedish Manufacturer), Scrap for Help (Challenge Blog), Scrap Around the World (Challenge Blog) and Berry71Bleu (American Etsy Store) in 2013. 
        I would describe my style as 'Artsy Grunge'. However, if my daughter wants a 'pretty' page, I make one :) You can see more of my work at Scrapbooks from India.

       Thank you, Priya, for having me as a Guest Designer. I am honored and wish your craft store all the best.

This page features a vintage picture of my mom and her younger sister  from the mid-1950s.

 I started with a Screen-printed 12x12 canvas paper from Prima and Faber-Castell Gelatos.
 There is no right or wrong way to do this. All you have to do is to be spontaneous! Spritz water to blend with fingers.

Time to bring out your favourite stencils and apply modeling paste with a palette knife.

 I chose to mask different spots on the background paper to balance the composition.
 Use a paper-trimmer to cut strips of patterned papers. I chose scraps of Prima pps leftover from earlier projects.
 Layer your strips and randomly-torn scraps of paper. I prefer using a strong liquid adhesive along with a stapler and metal brads to secure everything to the canvas paper.
 I stamped on the pp with Inkido 'Frame' rubber-stamp and Prima 'Engraver" clear stamp in black with Ranger Archival inkpad.
 I embellished the page with the following from Prima.
 I matched the flowers to the Gelatos to build clusters on the page.
Finally, spray with Tattered Angels Glimmer-mist in Electric Blue & Black Magic. Distress the canvas to add character and adhere it to cardstock to prevent warping. Don't forget to add your TITLE!

Wow!! That would be a perfect inspiration for this months challenge theme - Textures.Thanks Anupama! We really loved it!and wish you many more success in your future endeavours

Thanks for joining us
Priya

16 comments:

  1. Such a Fabulous layout ! Thanks Anupama for a wonderful tutorial !

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  2. Gogeous layout!!
    luved d way u assembled and layered d scraps and turned them into beautiful layout sweet little beauties of 1950's.Thanks for sharing thys fabulous piece of art and its tutorial.

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  3. THis is soooo beautiful.... u really made it to suit the photograph.... totally love it...

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  4. This is such a lovely layout. Love the vintage abstract look. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Such a classy layout. Thanks for sharing such a brilliant step wise tutorial.

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  6. Gorgeous Layout! I have been to Anupama's blog earlier. She is very good at scrapbooking. Her work is amazing. Great inspiration!

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  7. Great layout.I like all the paper layering behind the photos and of course the textures.

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  8. fabulous creation anupama ..always love your creation.

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  9. Beautiful layout. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  10. Absolutely Gorgeous!! You have taken us back in time!Love how u create that feel with not so vintagy items!!

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  11. absolutely lovely layout... and 1950's beauty...

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  12. This is an amazing piece of Art!! love the canvas paper and all the layers and textures!!....and the pics are so cute!!
    http://www.kalasirjana.blogspot.in/

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  13. This looks like a modern art canvas... God.. You show things so easily and am still picking my brain wondering how you managed to do it!

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  14. Not only is this a lovely layout but also a lovely technique to do the layout...thanks for sharing

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  15. your layout is so good and specially love the way you have used PP scraps..thanks for sharing the tute!!

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