Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Canvas Album Class by Ria Nirwana

Another advanced class by my buddy, Ria Nirwana, was held on the 1st week of March. At that time we made an unique canvas album showing some of our art work as an artist.

We learned some image transferred techniques, played with some gesso, acrylic paints and glossy gel medium. Here they are some pictures of what we've done in the class.

Meeting with some new scrapbookers was such a good time. We had fun, chit chat and share some other techniques and everything about scrapbook.

And here is my finished album.

For the details, you can go here.

Eventhough the class was full with messy works, but we're really enjoy our time. It's not a mess we did, it's a work of art.

Combining Acid and Non-Acid Free in My Lay Out

I like this photo very much. Well, it's not kinda narcissistic.. LoL, but this is one of my favorite photos. Thank you my dear best friend for taking the shot.

Sooooo..., for this photo, I made the style a bit different by combining between acid and non-acid free materials for the lay out. The corrugated cardboard, tulle, big yellow beads and leaves are non-acid free. Hmm..what do you think? Not bad hah?

I hope that those non-acid free materials will last a bit longer. La voila... a page for myself.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010


3 colors I love the most : Red-Black-White.
I made the background with the red color painted on the black cardstock, and then popped-up the red 12x12 die-cut numbers paper.

Here is My Family lay out in my favorite colors.