Metal Water Fall- Creative Magazine

This is a layout I made for the digital publication Creative Magazine. This is a home-made water fall made out of an old farm plow. Very creative and such a pretty display. And very fun to scrap especially this time of year when the leaves are changing.

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This is found at the old Ruflet farm house up the road from my house. Called the Rustic Elegance They converted their barn into a venue to host weddings and get-togethers.

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I would love it, if I could get Adam to make me something like this in the front yard……..yep might have to keep wishing for that one.

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So back to the layout, I used the Bella Rouge collection to pull some of the colours out of the picture. I added loops of twine to symbolize leaves.

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The corrugated paper added to that rustic look, I used Finn’s Rust Pastes on the clicps.

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Some simple heat embossing to add some colour to the chippie, a rustic layout complete.

Thank you for stopping by today.

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Inspiration: Creative Magazine Issue #13 October 2016

Supplies:

Maja Design Ska Ví Ta En Fika? Kaffetåren Den Bästa Är, Havrerutor, Vintage Summer BAsics 6×6 Paper Pack.

Prima: Oil Pastels, Rust Paste Red Rust, Gold Rust, Brown Rust, Art Basics Heavy Gesso White, Bella Rouge Rosselin, Basket Weave Stencil, Bella Rouge Tags and Tickets, Finnabair Cling Stamps Old Town.

Maya Road Paper Twine Cording Earth, Wood Buttons.

2 Crafty Chipboard: Boarder Flourish 2, Beautiful Word Chipboard.

Distress Ink Walnut Stain.

StazOn Ganache.

Stampendous Pearlustre Peridot Opaque Embossing Powder, Ranger Embossing Dabber.

 

 

 

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4 Responses to Metal Water Fall- Creative Magazine

  1. torsa saha says:

    I am in love with your fountain !! It is sooo sooo beautiful!!!
    Simple but stunning layout!!
    loved it!!

    Like

  2. Jean Bullock says:

    This is remarkable just like you, Heather. I love it. Thanks for the closeups. You can see how really beautiful the elements are.

    Like

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