Sunday, January 17, 2010

Stick-On that LO :)

Hello Beautiful People! Amy here with today's blog post. I am so excited to share with you today, for I went back to my roots per say and created a LO! I absolutely love how MOSD products work for all types of paper crafting, no matter where your passion lies!

To create this frame I used a MOSD Perfectly Shaped - Mega Scallop. I cut a square out of the center to create a frame for my journaling and painted the Mega Scallop with black acrylic paint.
To finish off the frame I painted the edges with a white paint pen and added my little dashes with a white pen! Very easy and adds such a focal point for my journaling! Love it!!

Here you can see the awesome MOSD Twirly Gigs - Elegante that I used. I just love Twirly Gigs, they are so fun and add that special touch to any project. And not to mention they come in 15 amazing colors! I outlined my white Twirly Gig with a black pen to make it 'pop' off the background.
Look at the center of the flower. Aren't those circles just the coolest?! Those are from the MOSD Cover Up - Flower Garden stick on sheet! I used one of the flowers and cut the top off and used it for the center of this flower.

This is the bottom stem of the flower I cut from the MOSD Cover Up - Flower Garden. It looks so cute as a little vine. When I was using these MOSD Stick-Ons I loved how easy they were to position. All Stick-Ons come with a see threw transfer sheet that allows you to position your stick on perfectly on your project. Another major plus about stick-ons is that they don't leave a film around the edges like most rub-ons do! These babies are just awesome!

Thank you so much for stopping by the MOSD blog today and checking out what we have been up to! Make sure to keep checking back to see many more inspirational projects from the DT!



kellyjean said...

What a fun page, Amy!!! Every element adds so much. And I just love the way you cut out the middle of the scallop page. So very clever!!!

Erica@ZunkyChic said...

This is so awesome!!! I love all the paint you applied to the layout, the inking, the layers, the textures. What a great way to use those products. This is stunning and one of the best projects I've seen!

Carolyn Lontin said...

oh this is super cool!!