Thursday, 24 July 2014

Photo Tutorial by Hera Sugitani {Design Team "Moment To Shine"}





Hi everyone and welcome to the first of July's
"Design Team Moment To Shine" tutorials.

Today we have a step by step photo tutorial by Design Team member 
Hera Sugitani, from Brazil, using our current  challenge here.



Hera says "The July mood board created by Tusia Lech is fantastic & I created 
2 projects for it because I loved it so much!  One layout for the reveal & another 
one to share with you today!  I hope it will inspire you to play along if you haven't
already :)  Time is running out now - just one week to go!


Let's get to know a little about Hera.

Hello, my name is Hera Sugitani & I'm from Brazil! 
 I'm a literature teacher & an art lover.  
I discovered scrapbooking in 2007 & I fell in love with this art!!
 I officially started working with it only in 2010 & now it is my passion!!!

  I'm married & have two wonderful daughters (7 & 14 years old). 
 My family is my main source of inspiration.
  My style is eclectic.  I LOVE flowers & butterflies & am a very romantic person.  
This year I have the pleasure to be on many Design teams & to be a part of 
Scrap Around The World is a great honour for me too
.  You can find my blog here & I would love for you to visit me :)


Now I will show you the process of creating my layout.

STEP 1

Cut out 3 journaling cards & use the back
 of the same paper to cut a bigger piece. (6" x 9").


STEP 2

Adhere the 6 x 9" paper, then glue a piece of Chevron paper (6" x 8") on top of it.  
Now apply gesso around the papers to soften the edges.


STEP 3

Apply a stamp you like using Staz-On/archival ink.
 I chose a post card stamp.


STEP 4

Adhere the tags & apply gesso around them too.


STEP 5

Add your photo, apply gesso &stamp again.  
This time I used a set of many different stamps.


STEP 6

Using a glue gun, add the flowers.  
I also added some pink crystals to enrich the layout.


STEP 7

Add your title. 
 I used American Craft Thickers.


Your layout is complete!


A few closeups...


Small sweet flowers in the basket.


Lovely details in the title, crystals & stamps.


My sweet daughter . . . isn't she beautiful?

What do you need to achieve this look?

A photo, papers, flowers, crystals, alphabet
 letters, ink, stamps & some gesso.


Supplies List:-

Paper - Marion Smith Garment District Remnants & Manhattan
Paper - Marion Smith Mad Tea Party Alice
American Crafts Thickers
Staz-On Ink - Jet Black
Set of stamps
Paint Brush
Prima Marketing Flowers - many colors & sizes!
Gesso
Pink Crystals
Hot Glue

That's it!  I really hope you like it. 
 It was made with love!
Hugs from Brazil . . . Hera

Thank you Hera!
Please leave Hera some comment love if you 
are feeling inspired right now.

Only 7 days left to enter our July Challenge.
You can find all of the details here!



14 comments:

luv46kdz said...

Stunning! Love the paper :) Just picked some up, at my lss. Love this interpretation.

Paula

Terhi Koskinen - Tellimaria said...

Wonderful layout and beautiful tutorial - Thank you Hera <3

Karita Vainio said...

Gorgeous layout Hera! It´s wonderful to see how you create your layouts - thank you for the tutorial!

Di Garling said...

Fab layout and a great little tutorial. Thanks for sharing it with us Hera. So BEAUTIFUL, and so is your daughter too. :). Cheers Di

Brenda said...

Absolutely stunning!! Love your layout! Thanks for the tutorial too :)

Rachael Funnell said...

Such a FANTASTIC tutorial.. Thank you for sharing! :)

Anna Rogalska said...

Absolutely beautiful page and great tutorial!

Cynara said...

È muito fera essa minha profe!!!! Amei!!!!
Beijos,
Cy.

Riikka Kovasin said...

Wonderful tutorial!

zuziucha said...

Great tutorial and lovely effect. Congratulations Hera!

Hera said...

Thanks so much, ladies! You are so sweet and important to me! Kisses everybody!

Eila Sandberg said...

What a lovely tutorial!! particularly like how you mounted roses in the basket, gives such a wonderful 3D effect. Wonderful project Hera! xx

Tusia Lech said...

Great layout and tutorial!

Hera said...

Thanks so much, sweet ladies!