Thursday, 10 May 2012

Who's that cool dude?

I recently shared a page I made with one of Anita's class kits.
There was lots of hexagons left over from the sheet so I decided to make another.
I've had to cover the child face - sorry :(

I used a sheet of white bazzill for the base and cut and inked lots of hexagons.
I arranged them onto the page and raised some on foam pads.

The bunting was made in the same way as before and attached with leftover string.

The photo was mounted onto a piece of natural bazzill which I scrunched, torn and inked.

A close up of the raised hexagons.



Elaine said...

This is just fabulous Linda , love the honeycombe background , fabulous work Hugs Elaine

Lynn said...

It's always good to make use of left overs, and this is a brilliant example. Lovely layout.