Well I have been trying to do something with these photos for awhile and then last night I was bored out of my mind and went into the scrapbook/art studio and stared at this for awhile. I had these pictures on a paper from the same line which was neon pink with blue and green splat marks. I liked it but didn't love it so I kept moving it to another sheet of background paper. Until I fell on this one pictured below. I liked it but didn't love it yet. So I took out my Tim Holtz distress inks my mini misters and my blending tool and went work.
This is what the background looked like before.
Then here it is after I went to work. I chose blue and greens because the chair my mom is sitting on has blue and green in it. After I used the mini mister to allow the ink to blend and travel I dried it using my heat gun and then iron it flat with an iron on a low setting.
This is an altered prima flower. The flowers were oringally white, but that didn't work with what I was doing so I took my ink pad smeared it on my non stick craft mat. Used my mini mister to get the ink to bead up then put the flower in face down. I then dried it with my heat gun and repeated the process until the color was where I liked it. I then stamped in black soot ink a design from a stamp set. Added a brad and done.
And lastly this is what I enjoy most about my scrapbook room. It is a place were my pets (most oftenly the cats) come to relax with me. When I completed the page I looked to the window where Raven had been sleeping most of the morning and I found him and Kricket curled up together cuddling. It brought a smile to my lips.
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