Friday, January 17, 2014

Imaginarium Designs & Lindy's Stamp Gang Blog Hop :) :) :)


Hello Hello :) and welcome to the MASSIVE Imaginarium Designs and Lindy's Stamp Gang Blog Hop!

We are so excited to have the team at Lindy's team up for a full day of creativity. 

This hop will surely get your creative juices flowing so head on over to all these incredibly talented crafters to check out how they’ve combined the beautiful products from Lindy’s Stamp Gang  with our fabulous chipboard, it’s a match made in color heaven!

We have a great prize for you too!

We would love for you to show some love to all our crafters and leave them a little message
You will have the opportunity to win a fabulous prize by both ID and Lindy’s Stamp Gang so please let us know that you have done so by coming back to Lindy’s Stamp Gang & here at ID blog at the end of the hop.

Here is a full list if you get lost along the way

Have Fun!
  1. Imaginarium Designs
  2. Amy Voorthuis
  3. Denise Boddey
  4. Evgenia Sokolinskaya
  5. Ingrid Gooyer
  6. Kaori Fujimoto
  7. Karen Zueger
  8. Louise Nelson <<< You are here :)
  9. Sandrine Dawes
  10. Maiko Miwa
  11. Natalie May  
  12. Julianne McKenna-De Lumen
  13. Patricia Basson
  14. Sarah Routledge
  15. Shell Carman
  16. Solange Marques
  17. Cindy
  18. Nolwenn
  19. Ivett
  20. Irina
  21. Lynne
  22. Mary
  23. Limor
  24. Lindy's Stamp Gang  - http://lindystampgang.wordpress.com
Today I would like to share with you a project I created using a combination of new Imaginarium Designs Chipboard and the Industrial Chic set of mists designed by the fabulous Limor :)

However before I do that I would like to share with you a couple of photos that I took of the Lindy's Stamp Gang booth at CHA which I attended recently. I was fortunate to meet and chat with the owner and Limor. :) :) :)




This is the Industrial Chic set of mists that I used on my project, and yes I used all 5 colours to achieve the finish :)


So for a little bit of fun I decided to make a mask which features some newly designed chipboard that will be released soon. :)


To get this finish I actually started applying the mists whilst the white spray paint undercoat was still slightly wet. I have also applied some chunky embossing enamel between coats. 

Here are some close ups to see the effect I achieved :)




I must say that I was surprised how nice the finish came out, especially as I had started applying the mists whilst the white undercoat was still wet.

Well that is it from me for the moment, now please do hop to the next blog for some amazing Imaginarium Designs and Lindy's Stamp Gang Inspiration.

Cheers and happy blog hopping :)

Louise :) xox

30 comments:

Gloria Westerman said...

Now that is so cool...love your mask...tfs

langeatheart said...

Ooh! This is so gorgeous! I love the colors and especially the way the gold comes through! Thanks for sharing have to get these! All the best! http://mybeaner.blogspot.ca/

lost coast scrapper said...

AMAZING, your texture and technique with those colors is just brillant!!! xo

lost coast scrapper said...

AMAZING!! Your textures and techniques with those colors are just brilliant!!! xo

Susan Falkler said...

What a great project!

Janene said...

Amazing as always! love the effect you created! Thanks for sharing

Kate Palmer said...

Thank you for all the yummy photos your mask turned out to be completely gorgeous - love the combo of the ep and layers of colour!

Kerry-Jean Watson said...

That mask is exquisite! I have a thing for Turquoise and bronze

Scrappin' Diva said...

Such a pretty mask!

Vintage Paper Art said...

Oh my word!!! That is sooooooo cooooooooool!!!!! Great job!!!!

Dorthe said...

Wauw...!! What an awesome project!

Romy said...

Oh wow how amazing! You always do such beautiful work with mixed media.

Beatrice Lawson said...

Awesome! Such a rich and beautiful finish!

scrapstorian said...

Love, love, love - what a beautiful mask! The industrial mists set is fabulous - perfect colours!

irinaje said...

This is so gorgeous mask!

crafty jo said...

great project love the die cuts and the use of the lindy's great inspiration

Jan Castle said...

Oh so pretty...thanks for sharing how you did it!
Jan

Rhonda said...

Louise I love your texture and technique you have used with these Gorgeous projects, I love it and the difference Lindy's Sprays do to a Project...

Rhonda A

Rhonda said...

Gorgeous Louise I love the depth and colours...

Rhonda A

Rhonda said...

Gorgeous...

Rhonda A

Sonja said...

Wow, a masterpiece!! Love it!

Olga said...

So gorgeous I love it...thanks for sharing..

Sandy said...

I was idly browsing and saw a project made with Lindy's Stamp Gang products, which looked pretty neat! I am not familiar with the products, so I went to the blog and ended up checking out the hop.
I like the colors and the texture!

Kripa Koushik said...

Ooh so lovely. Luv d colour

lalacraftworld said...

This piece is gorgeous. Love the colors and technique you've created here.

Mrs Frizz said...

OMG that is flippin' amazing ... wow, wow, wow ... and some ... love the colours, the embossing, everything ... WOW!!!

Victoria said...

Very cool mask, Louise! Glad to see you made it back from CHA OK.

Ulrika aka LillBlomman said...

Very cool effects on that mask! Hugs!

Tina Connolly said...

Fabulous effect! Love the gold with that blue, so pretty.

morningDove said...

very theatrical. more product to discover and try. thank you also for the tutorial technique on CJS today. loved it!