torsdag 21. februar 2013

Scrap FX Bloghop 2013

Welcome to Scrap FX Technique blog hop! 

If you came here through Bellaideas blog, you are on the right track! 

 Do you want to join the blog hop? Here is what you have to do: 
All you need to do is visit EVERY blog site on the list that you find on the Scrap FX blog , leave a comment or “follow” the blog.  Each DT member will have a technique project ready for you, to give you inspiration on how to use chipboard, or how to decorate chipboard, where you may leave a comment.

Today I am going to show you how to make chipboard a part of you background.
Here is my technique inspiration for you!
1.What you need is:
- a cardstock
- Chipboard piece
- a texture stamp
- sea salt
- gesso and modeling paste
- Colorspray/colormist (not in the photo) 

2. Glue your chipboard piece on to the cardstock, and cover it with gesso.
Let it dry (I used a heat gun)
3. Then cover the chipboard with a thick layer of modeling paste, and some of the area around it.


4. Before drying it, take a texture stamp ( I used a brick wall stamp), and press it into the modeling paste and over the chipboard. Then dry.

5. Put on some sea salt, on both the chipboard and the background.


6. Choose a colorspray (as you can see, I went with  turquoise).
Spray it on to the chipboard and the background around the chipboard piece. 

7. To soften the edges, I sprayed it with some water, before putting on some more color.


8. Then I used the heat gun (still with the salt on).
When it was completely dry, I used a brush and got all the salt of.
Leaving a pattern on the chipboard and background.

9. Done! 
Here is the finished layout: 
Chipboard I have used:

I hope you found some inspiration here today :)
The next person on the list to hop to are lovely Michelle HEnjoy! 

Thank you for visiting!
Hug Kristine

63 kommentarer:

  1. Coolt! Måste jag testa, älskar att kladda... :-) Så härlig din LO blev, underbar färg!

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  2. So pretty! I love the variegated textures you are getting with that background! Your portraits are always so beautiful too!

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  3. I am now a follower! Great blog hop and love the peacock feather!

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  4. Wow ur work is awesome well done.. Thanks for showing us that technique and sharing it love the idea... Congrats on the design team so happy for u

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  5. Oh wow, love this technique and I've just become your latest follower, glad I found you through this blog hop.

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  6. oh love what you did with the chippy...just gorgeous work

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  7. That is sooooo cool!!
    I adore your page and the wonderful effects you have achieved on it!

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  8. Love the page. I have used rock salt on ATC's but had not thought to use on my pages, off to try this one. Thanks

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  9. LOVE the technique!!! The finished product looks AmAZing!

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  10. Great layout. Look forward to trying out the technique.

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  11. Beautiful work, glad to be following you now!!

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  12. awesome!!! cool background technique. so artsy!

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  13. AWESOME TECH!!! This page is gorgeous!

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  14. Fantastic idea thanks for sharing

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  15. So cool!!! I've used sea salt before in techniques but not like this! Fabulous outcome and gorgeous page! Your lil' guy is such a cutie

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  16. This is amazing - such a great page and an awesome new technique, Thanks for sharing.

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  17. wow what an amazing idea, never seen this before, thanks for sharing

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  18. Wow gotta give this a go, great idea Kristine! Learning a few tricks on this hop such an awesome way to pass the time!!!

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  19. That's just plain awesome! I can't wait to ry this sea salt texture technique! WOW!!

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  20. wow love your technic with the salt wow . hugs magi

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  21. I've heard of this technique but never seen it detailed like this...thanks soooo much for sharing - it looks AWESOME:):):)

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  22. Wow...what a super layout and I am definitely going to use your technique above! Thanks so much for sharing!! Love it!

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  23. Oh my this is one of my favorite colors! What a great technic you've used! Love the picture and all the texture on your lo! I became a NEW followers of your amazing blog thank you so much for sharing with us! Have a wonderful weekend hugs Amy :)

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  24. Love the layout and thanks so much for sharing your techniques!

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  25. Was just saying I would love to see more FEATHERS used! Thank you - you must be able to read minds!! lol Tania x

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  26. Knall-lekker LO, og kjempeflott effekt med saltet :)

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  27. Tusen takk for kjempeflott toturial! Bakgrunnen ble knallflott og loen nydelig!
    Ha en deilig helg :o)

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  28. Wow, great technique, never thought of that, so learned something today!Thanks!

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  29. What an adorable page and great tutorial too! Love the colors and the photo.

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  30. OMG! Love all the texture this adds! Gorgeous layout!

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  31. What a fabulous background - I'll be trying this for sure! LOVE it!

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  32. wow! Love that background; I've heard of using salt, but after seeing these instructions, now I want to try it! Thanks so much!

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  33. Super cool technique! Definitely going to have to try!! Awesome layout too! xoxoxox

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  34. Love the blues you used. I'm getting very excited about using some of these products I have never used!

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  35. I have stamped Chipboard into gesso but I've never covered it and then stamped..wow! Amazing technique! The whole layout is just breathtaking! I not only started following your blog I pinned this technique so I wouldn't lose it! Just amazing!

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  36. this rocks....i love everything about this

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  37. wow! I see the steps but know I could never do this! Awesome and that feather is super cute!

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  38. What a fantastic LO and tut. Love all the details.I am really a lot of things I always wanted to know. This is great inspiration. Thanks!!
    Huggies
    Rachelle
    xxx

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  39. Love the cool background! I've never seen this idea before. Thanks so much for sharing :)

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  40. Beautiful! Thanks for the technique tips!

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  41. wow! This is absolutely amazing! Got to get me some sea salt!!!! Thanks for the tip!

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  42. new follower and so inspired by this idea! I have to go get some sea salt now!

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  43. Wow, this looks amazing! The peacock feather looks so nice!

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  44. Love this technique, have never stamped into the gesso before for texture, awesome idea!! Your layout is gorgeous!

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  45. What beautiful idea I adore the result! Magnificent

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  46. Kristine, thanks for the step by step on your layout. I have not tried the salt, so i will be adding this to my bucket list. the chip pieces by Scrap FX are wonderful on your layout... they are also on my bucket list!!!

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  47. my earlier comment didn't get on your list either. I really don't know what I am doing wrong. Loved your technique the second time around too. Tfs

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  48. Fab page and wonderful technique! TFS

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  49. Sea salt?? I love how the feather turned out, marvellous colours.

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  50. This is such a pretty page. I love the tut... always wondered how they did that. I love that stamp you used it is so pretty.

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  51. Whoa love the texture! Am the new follower of your blog! Thanks!:)

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  52. So pretty! Love the pop of the red heart.

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  53. GORGEOUS! What a clever idea!!! You made a beautiful page! Thanks for sharing your idea!

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  54. Love the texture! Thanks for sharing the technique and your beautiful work!

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  55. what a gorgeous page!!! i love feather!!

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  56. Wow amazing page love the colour you have used and that feather love it. ..hugs Anita..xx

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  57. Spectacular! And that little pop of red does the trick!

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  58. STunning! Love the salt technique you have shared, going to go right now and make one myself. Right after the hop that is. TFS

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