Saturday 27 June 2015

Video Tutorial by Jelissa Mei
{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 beautiful layout by Design Team 
member Jelissa Mei
 from Singapore. Jelissa was inspired by our current challenge here.

We saw a sneak peak of Jelissa's layout in the June reveal post 
now she is sharing a video of how she made her stunning project.

Jelissa was inspired by the colours, the paint strokes in the chevron motifs, the 
cracked egg edges & the quote about how we make our own happiness 
(Jelissa makes her own happiness by spending time with her children).

Here's an update on Jelissa:

"Hello! I'm Jelissa & I live in sunny Singapore with my 2 boys & loving husband. 
I picked up scrapbooking when my eldest was born in 2010 as a way of 
recording his childhood. It gradually became an outlet for expression for me while I 
balanced my personal life & my previous job as a forensic scientist. I love 
experimenting with different styles & mediums. I'm now awaiting the arrival of our 
3rd child & am conducting scrapbooking workshops both at my LSS & at home.

My blog is here, Facebook is here, Pinterest is here & Instagram is here."

Jelissa has prepared a step by step video with instructions to guide you through 
how she created her background as well as the layering. Sit back & enjoy!

Click on the link below to watch Jelissa's video

Here are some close ups of Jelissa's gorgeous work showing the beautiful intricate details. Jelissa has created texture with pastes, burlap, gauze & paper tearing.

Jelissa has used a beautifully decorated chipboard piece as a photo mat.

Lots of detail is created using stamping, sand grit, texture paste & layering.

Try using a chipboard piece as a title instead of the usual alpha stickers.

Here are the products Jelissa used.

Supplies List

Paper - 13@rts Mental Vacation
Mediums - magic powder, metallic turquoise paint, turquoise matt paint,
raspberry matt paint, gold pearl paint, modeling paste, gesso, gel medium,
pink sand grit, microspheres & gold mica flakes - 13 @rts
Distress paint - Ranger Victorian Velvet
Brown Gelato - Faber-Castell
Chipboard - Blue Fern Studios Crossing the Lines
Flowers, Thin Dies - Prima Marketing Inc.

Please leave a comment for Jelissa if you enjoyed her tutorial
& remember every comment you leave puts you in the running
to win our $50 FOLLOWERS' PRIZE from The Dusty Attic!

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


Jane said...

What a gorgeous creation. So much lovely texture. How quickly June has flown by! Enjoy the weekend xx

Marianne/skorpionen said...

This is truly amazing! Thank you for the great tutorial!

Fiona Paltridge Designs said...

Such a beautiful project Jelissa! Thank you for the tutorial too. it is always awesome to watch you create xx

Valia Katzaki said...

Brilliant work Jelissa! Thank you for the tutorial!

Heike`sAugenBlick said...

I love your video tutorial.....great work!!

Athanasia said...

Ι love it! Amazing work!

Unknown said...

what a lot of work goes into making that background, but oh so worth all the effort. Beautiful layout and very inspirational video

Unknown said...

Your work is always amazing, Jelissa. Thanks for the inspiration :)

Olena Shynkarenko said...

Wonderful master class !!!

Unknown said...

Precioso trabajo!!!, me encantan las texturas, el color...magnífico!!.Gracias por el tutorial e inspiración!!

Tiphanie B. said...

Stunning !! Thank you so much for the tutorial xx

Katia said...

wow it's a beautiful page!!! your tutorial is amazing!!!

langeatheart said...

Love your videos Jelissa you are the queen of how to! Beautiful work as always! All the best! :)

Kotolifestyle said...

Stunning lo and amazing tutorial

Елена said...

Magic LO! Thanks for the video, very interesting to watch at work!

Arantzazu said...

Thanks for this amazing videotutorial!

Jaya Raghuvanshi said...

Amazing !

Unknown said...

Amazing LO !!!! I''m in love with