Thursday, July 17, 2008

Painting the laser cuts in July's kit

The laser cuts in the July kit are so fun and versatile. You can change their appearance and use them as an embellishment on your layout, or use them as a mask to create a different look. The "school of fish" laser cut complimented the theme of my beach layout and I painted it with the MM acrylic paint in July's kit to match the colors in my layout.

"Summertime critters"
Holly Pittroff



I painted the majority of the laser cut with the Making Memories Funky Vintage Chartreuse acrylic paint from the July kit. I love the way this paint compliments small sections of the kit's Scenic Route paper line. Way to go Lynn!




I painted one of the fish with the EK Success paint marker – Clementine from the kit. This cooredinated great with the color in the title.


To finish it up, I added some detail with a Sharpie pen and some brads from previous rockin' IAAS kits. :) This layout was super fun to make. I can't wait to see what everyone else does with their laser cuts this month.
Happy scrappin'!

Summertime critters supplies

Coredinations Cardstock – Poseidon
Scenic Route Grafton/James Street
Scenic Route Redmond Stencil letters
Scrapbook 101 Laser Cut – School of Fish
Inque Boutique Cabana Printed Chipboard Circle
Fancy Pants Rough and Tough pins
Making Memories Funky Vintage Chartreuse acrylic paint
EK Success paint marker – Clementine
Brads
Brown Sharpie pen

4 comments:

Linda said...

Those lazer cut designs look so neat and I love the way you painted them

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

Great use...awesome tutorial!

Elisa K said...

Love your layout and that you painted the laser cut to make it match your layout... Awesome

I AM A Scrapaholic said...

Okay those fish eyes are just to cute! and I love that you painted it and the details that you added to that laser cut.