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Friday, 3 March 2017

Enjoy Freedom using Fabrika Decoru's Supplies


Hi guys!

I'm back to showcase a canvas piece I did for Fabrika Decoru in their 
launch of a new collection 'Enjoy Freedom'.

The entire new range of products includes a patterned paper collection, assorted patterned papers ideal for fussy-cutting, watercolouring etc. and chipboards!

I personally ADORE the paper collection (click the picture below to head to the store!).
This paper collection comes with 10 sheets of double-sided 12x12 inches patterned paper. 
There's a good selection of papers ideal for backgrounds and fussy-cutting. The paper is considerably thick (at 200g/m2), it was good enough for me to do watercolours on it (stay tuned to my new video tutorial scheduled in the following weeks).

Most importantly, LOOK AT THE COLOURS! 

How are you not a fan of galactic colours?? 
I loved that the colours are vibrant and strong, it's so easy to capture attention to your piece.

Click on the picture to go to the store!

So this was what I came out with.

I had basically used the first page of the paper pack, which was just what you see at the picture above. I cut the paper into strips with different patterns on it and tear down the edges to give a distress feel.








Here's the list of supplies I used.


That's all for this week!
Stay tuned for more projects inspiration coming your way!

Like and follow me on my social media for latest updates!






Friday, 3 March 2017

Enjoy Freedom using Fabrika Decoru's Supplies


Hi guys!

I'm back to showcase a canvas piece I did for Fabrika Decoru in their 
launch of a new collection 'Enjoy Freedom'.

The entire new range of products includes a patterned paper collection, assorted patterned papers ideal for fussy-cutting, watercolouring etc. and chipboards!

I personally ADORE the paper collection (click the picture below to head to the store!).
This paper collection comes with 10 sheets of double-sided 12x12 inches patterned paper. 
There's a good selection of papers ideal for backgrounds and fussy-cutting. The paper is considerably thick (at 200g/m2), it was good enough for me to do watercolours on it (stay tuned to my new video tutorial scheduled in the following weeks).

Most importantly, LOOK AT THE COLOURS! 

How are you not a fan of galactic colours?? 
I loved that the colours are vibrant and strong, it's so easy to capture attention to your piece.

Click on the picture to go to the store!

So this was what I came out with.

I had basically used the first page of the paper pack, which was just what you see at the picture above. I cut the paper into strips with different patterns on it and tear down the edges to give a distress feel.








Here's the list of supplies I used.


That's all for this week!
Stay tuned for more projects inspiration coming your way!

Like and follow me on my social media for latest updates!






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