quarta-feira, 31 de julho de 2013

Paperhaus blog- 7dots week- Best kind of Friends!

Reproduzo aqui a matéria que saiu no Paper Haus Magazine blog ,
semana especial de destaque da marca polonesa 7DotsStudio, 
do qual faço parte como DT.

Today we're bringing you day 2 of our 7Dots feature with a magnificent tutorial by Ana Paula and a cute little gift box by Trina.... Let's start with Ana's tutorial....
It´s Ana Paula Leal from Brazil here and I am very happy to share with you a scrapbooking layout I made with the wonderful papers from 7 Dots Studio.
This is a page  where I wanted to make the effects of light and shadows  "pop"  giving a dramatic atmosphere that highlights the sepia photograph of my daughter and one of our cats, named Ozzy.
I wanted to give  a special effect to the cutouts of flowers from the  12th teacup paper ( Domestic Goddess line)and I think I got it!

Below, you can find a tutorial to get this beautiful effect.


1-Start with the "12th Teacup" from Domestic Goddess collection. Cut out some patterns from that paper. Use a craft knife to cut out all the inner details.

2-Use glue to adhere the image on a vellum paper.

3-Cut out again the image. Look how the inner details are now covered by the vellum.

4-Use  white dry pastel to paint the back of the image in a gradient way. 

5-Turn the paper to the right side and paint it with pastel pencil to give the vellum impression of “light”  

7Dots Products used:
12th Teacup- Domestic Goddess
Ah,whatever- Domestic Goddess  
Night’s Fever- Dreamer
Sleepless- Dreamer 
Other Supplies:
pastel pencil 
dry pastel
White Acrylic paint - Dabber by Ranger
                                                      Clocks items by Maya Road
                                                epoxy Stickers by Prima marketing
Stamps by  Kaiser Crafts
sentiment stickers by Heidi Swapp
black crystals 

Wow Ana! Great tutorial. Thanks so much for sharing it with us!!! We love the use of vellum. A much forgotten about product that can add so much to a project.

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muito obrigada pela visita,

até a próxima,


6 comentários:

Irina Gerschuk disse...

Thanks for the tip !! The LO is fabulous))

carolec disse...


Catarina M Monguilhott disse...

Ana, tu estais trabalhando como ninguém com essa marca.
Fiquei completamente apaixonada por essa página. bjs

Karen Martins disse...

Tô falando não é apenas uma scrapper qq É uma artista plástica!!!! Amo!!!
Lindo. A 7Dots tem sorte de ter vc no DT!

Janene disse...

Stunning Layout. Need to go try this. Thank you for sharing

Denise Espindola disse...

Wooowww. Lindo Ana, amo as suas maravilhosas dicas. Nem sabia que existia lápis pan pastel.
Eu tenho usado bastante o pastel seco e não sabia dessa versatilidade.