Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Another patterned background for some quilling



This card features another patterned 'background paper' that I have created in Photoshop ready for printing. The elements that I used to create it come from a digital scrapbooking kit called 'Spring Forward' by Lonetta Avelar of Creative Victorian Designs, which was made available to readers of the excellent Papers and Pixels e-zine a couple of years ago.

I particularly liked the base paper that Lonetta had used in her kit, because it is slightly crumpled with a drop shadow alongside it, creating a very convincing illusion of 'real' paper when it is printed! Using Photoshop, I added some of the leaf and floral elements contained in the kit, positioning them in a semi-random way to create my background pattern.

Here's the finished 'paper' that I created:

The card design also utilises one of Lonetta's lacey borders in a complementary colour, which I have positioned 'over' the main background square.

And the quilling? I have tried to create a sprig of variegated leaves by filling up some open teardrop shapes with 'beehive' twists in two different shades of green. Then, for some reason, I decided to embellish the leaves with a crazy pink tendril ... what does that tell you about the jungle of my mind?

4 comments:

  1. In your mind is a beautiful jungle! Full of ideas and inspiration! Your works are so unusual and special!

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  2. that's a really pretty background and it looks great on the card

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  3. your getting good with these backgrounds, keep up with the good works!!!
    Paula

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  4. Wow wonderful that you have nicely done!
    Have a good weekend
    Greetings Baukje

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