Monday 27 April 2015

Video Tutorial by Pascale B.
{Design Team 'Moment To Shine'}

Hi everyone! It's Heather McMahon back with you today to welcome
you to another video tutorial in our Design Team 'Moment To Shine' series. 

Today we have a stunning layout by Design Team 
member Pascale B.
 from France. Pascale was inspired by our current challenge here.

We saw a sneak peek of Pascale's layout in the mid-month reveal 
now she is sharing a video of how she made her stunning project.

(Photo : Yair Hazout)

Pascale was inspired by the turquoise & neutral 
colours, the timber effects & the rustic, beachy feel.

Let's learn a little more about Pascale...

"Hello sweeties, my name is Pascale. I live in France near Tours with my 2 teens.
 I started scrapbooking in 2010. I found it's a great way to combine my two hobbies - photography & handicrafts. It enables me to express my creativity & showcase my photos. Flowers have always been a part of my layouts & I have gradually started
 to use mixed media as well. My style is best described as free vintage shabby. 
My blog is here Scrap Made in Touraine & you can find me on Facebook here."

Click on the link below to watch Pascale's video.

Here are some close-ups of Pascale's beautiful work. 
Pascale used a combination of products to colour the flowers. 

Pascale used different mediums on the 
chipboard to create that gorgeous crackle effect.

Pascale varied the products she used so she achieved both a
 high & low gloss finish on her chipboard embellishments.

 The embellishments were put up against a background
 of cheese-cloth to add a natural, beachy feel.

Here is the finished layout!
 Pascale has done an amazing job of continuing the sea
 & the jetty from her photo into her layout. Wonderful!!

These are the products that Pascale used to make her project:

Supplies list

Papers - Maja Design
Primary Elements & Twinkling H2Os - ColourArte
Vibez - Shimmerz
Stencils - Prima, Um Wow Studio
Chipboards - Scrapmatts, Dusty Attic, Um Wow Studio
Flowers - Wild Orchid Crafts
Stamps - 7 Dots Studio
Crackle Accent & Archival Ink - Ranger
Glass Glitter - Art Ingredients - Finnabair Prima
Crackle Paste- Art Extravagance - Finnabair  Prima
White Heavy Gesso, 3D Gloss Gel
Soft Matte Gel - Art Basics - Finnabair  Prima

Please leave a comment for Pascale if you enjoyed her video
& remember every comment you leave puts you in the running
to win our $25 FOLLOWERS' PRIZE from Sa Crafters!!

Remember - there are only 3 days left to enter this month's challenge!
To be in with a chance to win 1 of our 11 amazing prizes you'll need to be quick!

You can find the challenge details here.

Complied & posted by Heather McMahon


Valia Katzaki said...

Brilliant! I am stunned, way to go Pascale!

Unknown said...

Love this scrapbook page....especially how the page blends in with the photo...Amazing!!!

SD pooja said...

What a lovely Lo ,I love how the bg compliments the photo on it !

Katia said...

my goodness is awesome and so beautiful!!!

Sandra Bernard said...

Love this lo....merci de partager :-)

Lisa Landry said...

Pascale's artist vision is always astounding! She is one of my most favorite scrapbooking artists and love to view her work and especially watch her videos. This page with the pelican, seagulls, wharf & water is incredibly stunning to say the least! Lisa : )

Tiphanie B. said...

Beautiful page and amazing work !! Thank you for sharing this technique :)

Marianne/skorpionen said...

Loved your video! The layout is absolutely stunning!!

Heike`sAugenBlick said...

Wow !! Your background is amazing !!...Fantastic video, too...Have a nice day...

langeatheart said...

Your layout is stunning Pascale and I really enjoyed watching your tutorial! Awesome work!

Ella Swan said...

Wonderful video Pascale - loved it - thank you!!

Vasso Sofou said...

beautiful work! tfs Pascale!

Heather McMahon said...

What a fabulous page! The way you've blended the photo into the background is so clever!

Joséphine said...

WOW this is so very beautiful!! Thank you for the video!!

Unknown said...

This really reminds me of the mood board Pascale. Love how it just looks like your boardwalk extends right over the water. The sky is so simply yet just perfect for the piece. Really perfect compliment to the April Challenge. Thanks bunches for the tutorial video too. j.

Di Garling said...

Brilliant Pascale, thanks for sharing your creative process.

Nicole Doiron said...

absolutely awesome! :)

Deena said...

Thank you so much for sharing your process to create this beautiful page. Loved watching it