Friday, August 24, 2012

Pie Graphs Anyone?

Weeell, thats what they look like :P   - Pie Graphs!
Time to play with that NEW PRIMA!

(Please excuse the poor lighting in the photographs. I've tried my best with the woeful weather and darkness we have lately and today I just plain ran out of light!)

Anyway... here's the LO:

Love the background paper Prima Romance Novel Harlequin which was sprayed with Glimmermist Afraid of the Dark then using a paintbrush - paint the mist splotches on the page out into a squarish shape and it diffuses the patterned paper a bit... not so busy :wink:

Using Prima Craftman 'Gear Up' Paper cut out some of the different sized circles...and then cut the circles into sections. (these will be your little pie-graphs :wink: )

Then turn them over... and look!!! Dont the little pie-graphs look fabulous with the varigated colours!! That happened by accident! I was going to use the original side until I saw what they looked like by turning them over to stick down! Plans kinda changed after that (as they often do with me :roll: :lol: )

Here's the whats left of the other side of the paper

How spesh are these Prima Press Holders and Alphabets oh my goodness... LOVE LOVE LOVE... and  I've used gold paint with mine :biggrin: Easy peasy to use and LOVE how it really worked well with the background paper!

And the DOORS... oooh had to use them!! They are also backed with the pie-graph paper. I've also added some of Tim Holtz Tissue Tape (sold out) but if you type 'tape' in the search box on the right hand side when you are in the shop section...... you will see all the fabby washi tape etc that is in the shop!
Used some of Tim's Lavish Trimmings the little rosettes.. gorgeous and the pic in the shop does not do this justice! The red alpha is Lillybeedesign. This is one of my fave alphas because there are sooo many colours and letters on the one sheet! Ooh and back to the pie graphs... draw on the inside of each shape with black fine point texta - just to give them definition.. and you are all done.




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Lizzy Hill said...

LOVE, love, love....those prima letters & the holder looks a GREAT idea...& the pies are fab...'happy' accidents are fantastic, I must say. Those doors are to die for, too....looks like you've had a great time with this one:):):)

home & hobbies said...

This is brilliant, really like the background paper too !