09/02/2015

Salmon pasta - Finnabair Creative Team


Hello there! Today it's my time to post on Finnabair's blog sharing my monthly project. But this month there's actually two projects there! Let me explain, why. Last month I did a layout, as I think of myself as scrapbooker more than anything else and that page was green. So after I created the page with the video I got annoyed with myself using the same color again. So I couldn't do anything else than another page using a completely different color scheme, an opposite one, actually and went with pink. I'm sharing the green one today and the pink one later this month. 

This layout is about one of my favorite foods at the moment: salmon pasta. It's so easy, tastes great and is done in minutes! So a perfect dinner for the family after a busy day. The avocado slices I have on the side there, in the photo, lead me to the greenish color scheme and I mimicked the round shapes with the stencil I used. The net stencil on the other hand reminded me of fish scales so it went with the theme, too!


Above you can see how the page was made starting with a resist layer and then making a molding paste of my own. But as I mention in the video, be aware in the first step that you are working with an adhesive! Move quickly or you'll be washing the paper out of your stencil!

So what's your favorite self cooked dish at the moment? I hope I have made your mouth water both with the foodie picture and the page! Thank you for your visit today!


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Materials: Prima Marketing, Tattered Angels, Luminarte, Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft, 7 Dots Studio, Ranger


6 comments:

  1. On kyllä super herkullinen kokonaisuus !

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  2. Hi Riikka... Love your videos, your work and your many sources of inspiration. A group of us in Canada are challenginging ourselves to scraplift girls from around the world and you have been chosen as one of our source of inspirations, if you want to see my page inspired by yours, come say hi at my blog. Hugs France xxx LINK: http://fringuetteart.blogspot.ca/2015/02/la-route-des-scrappeuses-4.html

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  3. Oooooh love the green.
    Have a nice weekend
    Thamar

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