Tuesday, May 16, 2017

A layout in Free Style by Yasmina

Hello Rubber Dance friends!

Yasmina here today with a layout.
Yessss, it's been a while I made a layout!! 
I focused on Art Journaling, Cards and others these last weeks.


For my first post for this month, I decided to make a layout with my favorite Rubber Dance stamps. :) 




I don't know if I told you that I live in Reunion Island, a french island (only 800k people) in the South Hemisphere. So, as we're a tropical island, we don't know winter like you! :) 
From November to April, we have our summer.

Children love playing in the swimming pool! Particularly my little one! ;) 






My layout is quite simple... A background with Inks (Twinkling H2Os from ColourArte wich are like watercolors with shimmer) and stamps from Rubber Dance of course!

I used Archival Ink for stamping but Stazon is great too.

I started with my photo and papers... trying to find how to build my layout.
Then.... inks.

After that, i stamped all around my design and finishing by fixed all elements.




And here is my video tutorial :) 



Have a lovely day!







The Rubber Dance stamps I used



7 comments:

  1. Hi Yasmina, love this. Great photo and clean and fresh layout. That smile stamp adds a fun twist. Hugz

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  2. Wow this is amazing - I'm always in awe of scrappers, and I love your clean, modern page. I bet that smile will get your boy anything he wants too! xx

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    1. Haha Sue... you're so right!!! Mum in the pocket as we say in french!! :)

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  3. Yasmina! Thank you for this wonderful layout! I love the white space and the texture you add to the background. Hugs!

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  4. This is really beautiful! Great video tut, too!
    Thank you so much, Yasmina! ♥ ♥ ♥

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