Monday, September 16, 2013

Осенняя прогулка/Autumn Walk (Bilingual Post)


Материалы/materials: наклейки и скрап бумага/stickers & patterned paper (Authentique); краски и глазури/paints & glazes (Ranger); мел/chalk (Stampin' Up); картон/cardstock (Wausau Paper); тэг/tag (October Afternoon); блокнотные листья/notebook paper (Cachet); ручка/pen (Zig); декоративные ножницы/decorative scissors (Fiskars); ассортимент ленты, пуговиц, бусинок и пайеток/assorted ribbon, buttons, beads, & sequins.

Здравствуйте всем!  Я сегодня впервые участвую в задании блога АртУголок.  Моя страничка называется "Осенняя прогулка".  На фотографиях моя семья гуляет на улице в ноябре 2011.

Hello, everyone!  Today I'm participating for the first time in a challenge from the Russian language blog АртУголок (Art Corner).    My scrapbook page is called "Autumn Walk."  The photos on the page show my family out for a walk in November of 2011.


http://blog.artugolok.ru/2013/09/13-2013.html

Я страничку сделала по этому скетчу (поворот на девяноста градусов).

I used this sketch (rotated ninety degrees) to create my page. 



Я с удоволствием тратила много времени на эту страничку.  Пила чай и спокойно делала элементы "хэнд мейд" из разных штукХорошо отдохнула.

I gladly took my time making this page.  I sipped tea and fashioned handmade page elements from a variety of "stuff."  It was totally relaxing.


С помощью краски и ленты, я превратила простые, бежевые пуговицы (из старой одежды) в цветы.

Using paint and ribbon, I turned plain, beige buttons (from old clothing) into flowers. 


Я применила жёлтую краску, бусинки, пайетки и разные глазури к краям фотографий, для того, чтобы получить "инкрустированный" вид. Кстати, 55 градусов по Фаренгейту составляет 13 градусов по Цельсию. В своём журналинге я объяснила, что эта температура для нас необычная. Наша семья редко гуляет на улице в ноябре, т.к. температура здесь, как правило, значительно ниже.

I applied yellow paint, beads, sequins, and some glazes to the edges of the photos, in order to get the "encrusted" look.  By the way, 55 degrees Fahrenheit is 13 degrees Celsius.  In my journaling I remarked on how unusual that temperature is.  Our family rarely takes walks in November, since the temps here are usually significantly colder than 55 degrees F.


Я употребила настоящие растения как штамп с жёлтой краской.  Флажки по кругу вырезаны из маленьких кусочков бумаги.

I stamped with yellow paint and real plants.  The banners around the circle are cut from scraps of paper.

Спасибо, что заглянули на мою страничку сегодня.  Извиняюсь за ошибки с языком.  Русский--не мой родной язык.

Thanks for looking at my page today.  I apologize for any Russian mistakes I may have made; Russian is my second language.  :)

25 comments:

juscrap said...

What a wonderful page! You worked wonderfully well.xx

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Oh Denise. I had NO idea you spoke Russian. I just "assumed" you used a translator. This is wonderful.

When I first saw the photo with tea, beads, ribbon, and buttons, I wondered where the buttons came from, since none looked like the ones in the first photo. Knowing you created them from scratch was most interesting. I love what you did. This is a true tribute to your heritage and a great example for scrapbookers the world over.

What a fun post. Thanks for joining T today.

Krisha said...

WOW! Speaking Russian is fantastic, like Elizabeth I thought you used a translator.
GREAT LO!! I find making elements can be relaxing also.

Юлия Бар said...

Как мне нравятся флажки!!!!! Очень здорово)

IrinaR said...

Wow! Gorgeous layout! Denise, your Russian is perfect! (I have a bad English, I use a translator). I liked the original elements - boxes in a circle and flowers! It's great! And yes, Sandy interesting work,
often peer into to it.

Bridget Larsen said...

Gorgeous page and love the overhead photo of the tea, never ever think to do that
Bridget #6

Patricia said...

adore this ! the frames are fabulous and the flowers too !

dawn said...

How wonderful to speak that language, thanks so much for sharing both languages here for us to read.
What a beautiful layout, your homemade goodies make it extra special.
I like that you included the temps for that day, tells the whole story with it.
Thanks for sharing the process, always my favorite part.
Happy Tuesday!

Craftymoose Crafts said...

What a beautiful T Tuesday post! I love how you incorporated real flowers into your piece and altered the buttons to compliment it!

voodoo vixen said...

Hi Denise, such a pretty LO and your buttons are lovely, especially like the use of the plants with the paint.

Tracey said...

This is such a pretty layout and I just love all the handmade elements. Love that photo of your cup of tea. Happy Tuesday to you.

Maudieroff Roffey said...

Hi Denise - great page the colours really pop - have a great week - Mxx

Spyder said...

I thought so too (used a translator) It doesn't look an easy language to master, I can't even get English right! Happy T time! ((Lyn)

Cazzy said...

Lovely page Denise, I thought it was cold here, not that cold!

Russian looks very difficult to learn.

Cazzy x

Ariel said...

Wonderful layout. Love how you have stamped using real plants.

Dana Tatar {datatar} said...

I love the mix of patterns on this page and the fun way you framed the photos. Thanks for sharing!

Angi Barrs said...

This page is so creative and fun!

Lisa Rukin Swift said...

Those buttons are amazing, Denise. You always have something clever and artistic up your sleeve. :)

Lynette said...

Your page is lovely Denise.

Mary Jo Rhoda said...

Gorgeous page, Denise!
So many beautiful elements.
And I impressed with your ability to speak Russian :)

Aline Fonseca said...

Thanks, Denise! Beautiful page, very colorful and full of wonderful details!
So great!

Julia Cotrim said...

my oh my look at that page! beautiful, adorable! xoxo

Denise van Deventer said...

Super page Denise, like the little tag border for your circle and the sweet, family photo's! ;-)

Patricia Roebuck said...

How cool! And awesome design and LO!

Jemma said...

Очень душевная и милая страничка-)Спасибо, что вдохновились нашим скетчем от АртУголка!