OH the colors of Fall!! I just love all the Browns, Golds and Greens and the Scraps Of Darkness September Kit~ Transition will help you "Fall" right into the Season!!
I created the following layout using the gorgeous Transition Kit, along with this month's Floral Add On. I used a photo from the English National Ballet that features Elena Glurdhidze, and I titled it Autumn's Dance.
I started with layers of the kit and add on papers that I distressed heavily.
I then took some Tim Holtz Texture Paste and a Dina Wakley Palette Knife and created a stucco look similiar to that in the photo. I then sprayed the edges with Prima Color Bloom Sultry Shimmer Gilded, allowed it to dry then inked over it heavily with some Tim Holtz Distess Vintage Photo Ink to get that really aged look that I love. I then sprayed some lace with some Antiqued Bronze Distress Spray Stain and tucked it under the edges randomly.
I added a layer of distressed and curled paper, 3 layers of Doilies that I sprayed with some of the Antiqued Bronze Distress Spray Stain, and then added my photo. I pleated some of the paper added that to the bottom of my photo along with some more of the stained lace, and then began building my flower layer with flowers from the kit and floral add on, along with some feathers and skeleton leaves from my stash and some of the chipboard embossed with Lindy's Embossing powder , and birdcage charm that were all in the kit.
Here you can see a close up of all the layering and pieces.
I added more flowers and chipboard at the bottom and top corners. The Champagne Dreams Butterflies are some of my Handcrafted pieces that you can find along with all the other linked products in my Reneabouquets.com and Reneabouquets Etsy Shops.
I just love this time of the year with all the gorgeous colors, the crisp feeling of the air, and the sound of crunching leaves, and this kit will definitely help you capture everything that you love about the Fall Season!! Hugs ~Renea
Reneabouquets.com and Reneabouquets Etsy Items Used:
Tim Holtz Texture Paste