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Wednesday, 15 May 2013

K is for Keys



K is the next letter  over at The Craft Barn's Alpha Challenge. I chose the word Key which I think a few more folk may use so I haven't been to look until I did my pages.
After sticking down the pages in my journal,  I sprayed them with Antique Sprinkys from Inkylicious.
On the left page I used a mask and spread it with grunge paste, lightly dusting the top with mica powder before it dried. The keys are Spellbinder and Alterations die cuts.
I also used the usually binned remains of the die cut as a mask to add more keys to the page.
All extra colouring is vintage photo distress ink.
Die cut leaf sprays frame the word definition.

Thank you for stopping by I always appreciate the comments you leave.

27 comments:

  1. Lovely soft page. Love the texture of the grunge paste and the use of the diecut shape and a stencil. BJ

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  2. Great textures and keys.
    hugs {brenda} x0x

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  3. Great pages - love all the texture, the keys and keyhole!!

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  4. This is gorgeous - love that grunge paste, too. What are antique sprinkys? I'm off to look for a word beginning with K....Hugs, Valerie

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  5. Great pages Yvonne, I think the one on the left is my fav - love all that wonderful texture. So many products I haven't heard of before, I'm really getting out of touch - lol xx

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  6. Lovely pages Yvonne & I'm sure you did right in not looking first- it would be my first choice word-wise as the only others that spring to mind are kings & kokopelli !

    Sally

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  7. Yvonne, these pages are fabulous and I love those keys! Love the texture and have to make a list!

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  8. Ah, a very mysterious looking key pages. Like finding old skeletal style keys and wondering what they opened. Beautifully crated!

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  9. Sprinkly's is a brand of spray paint I bought from Inkylicious. Antique is the colour.
    Sorry I didn't add that to the post.
    Yvonne

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  10. Great page love the textures

    MaggieH

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  11. Wow, a gorgeous page with great texture.

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  12. Completely love these pages... that's one of my favourite stencils and you've used it brilliantly here - wow!
    Alison x

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  13. great pages Yvonne, love your grunge texture paste and sprinkies

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  14. Visiting from the Craft Barn - Awesome textural page! :0)

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  15. Very cool Yvonne, love the texture!

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  16. Brilliant texture, Yvonne!

    Love your page and all the wonderful stenciled delight!

    Hugs,
    Claudia x

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  17. Great choice of word Yvonne, love all the texture, so effective!
    Val x

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  18. Wow, love the look of the keys here! ~Diane

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  19. Thanks ever so much for your tutorial - I need all the help I can get!!! I love your texture and your page!!!!
    Sandy

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  20. Oh - one more time - I was fixated on the left page and the right page is just as gorgeous. I do love it!!
    sandy

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  21. Love all that texture going on - looks wonderful. x

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  22. Fabby textured pages....I chose keys as well...but just love what you did with your collection of keys! :)

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  23. Love the textures on your fabulous key page.

    Sylv xx

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  24. This page has lovely depth and texture. I really like the effect of some keys faded, some closer to the front, and some 3d. Very cool. This page looks very touchable :)

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  25. Gorgeous textures, beautiful pages. MMx

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  26. Love the texture on this! Great page!
    Thanks for playing with us at the Craft Barn
    Izzy

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