Good morning! Laura here today to share my next layout I created for ECD! I really like to mix my papers from different collections as long as the color families are the same so for this layout I mixed some papers from the Mystical Winter paper pack, the Rusty Weathered and the Summer Art!
To create this layout: Step 1 – Trim one paper to 11×7 and distress the edges, distress the edges of a 12×12 sheet and cut a ‘V’ into the top right of both papers about 2 1/2 ” from the edge. Cut one more piece of paper large enough to be adhered behind the cut ‘V’ Step 2 – adhere all the papers together and then cover with clear gesso and allow to dry
Step 3 – using watered down paints paint circles randomly in various sizes and also splatter some paint
Good morning! One of my favorite subjects to scrapbook is the beach!
To Create this layout:
Step 1 – Cover your paper with clear gesso then trim your paper (I used a paper from the Summer Art pack) to 11.5×11.5
Step 2 – use texture paste and your favorite ECD stencil (I used the Spring Flower Mandela) on the left side middle Step 3 – use gel medium and another stencil on the rest of the paper (I used the circles from the pattern stencil pack)
Step 4 – distress the paper edges and adhere to a 12×12 sheet with distressed edges
Good morning! I am not a chronological scrapbooker. I scrapbook whatever I am inspired to, whenever I am inspired to, so I may scrapbook a photo from when our boys were little or from a couple of years ago when one of them graduated from high school. I find that I am much happier with my creations when I am inspired to create something. The beautiful colors from the Rusty Weather paper inspired me for this layout.
To create this layout: Step 1 – Trim our papers to the following sizes: 1 at 12″x12″, 1 at 12″x11″, 1 at 12″x7″ and 1 at 12″x6″ and a photo mat. Distress all edges.
Step 2 – Die cut, ink and assemble 10 flowers and 4 leaves. I used florals 6, 8, 9, 1, 2, and 4.
Hello Friends and Welcome! It’s Karan Gerber here today to share some florals with you. I am in love with the floral dies and today I am sharing a technique I came up with using Florals 6. Looking at this die, you might wonder what floral you can make of it. I decided this would make a great peony.
To begin with we will need to cut a few flowers from Florals 6
Here is my start, creating a 5×7 card base
I colored all the florals with Tea Rose Archival Ink and the leaves with Peeled Paint Distress Ink and Bundled Sage. I shaped them and then kept them close together while using my glue gun using stamens that complement the color.
Here is my finished card. I hope I have inspired you to give Florals 6 a try!
Thank you for dropping by today!
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Good morning everyone! I am so excited to share my next layout with you!
To create this layout: Step 1 – Cover your favorite ECD paper with clear gesso and heat set or allow to dry – there are some beautiful papers to choose from here Step 2 – Use your favorite ECD stencil (I used one from the pattern stencil pack) and texture paste randomly on your page. Heat set or allow to thoroughly dry
Step 3 – Randomly stamp on and around where you added texture paste with a an ECD stamp of your choice (I chose the Frosty Patterns stamp) Step 4 – using a coordinating color from the watercolor palette sprinkle watercolor paints over the images then heat set
Step 5 – On photo paper indiscriminately add texture paste and heat set, then paint using at least 2 watercolor paints and heat set till dry Step 6 – Die cut 2 tags from Planner Essentials 7, and 2 elegant ornament (trimming the circle from one)
Good morning! I am so excited to share my next layout for my nieces upcoming wedding!
To create this layout Step 1 – gather 2 sheets of 12×12 paper, create ‘indents’ on your top sheet and distress the edges of both. (I used the Summer Art paper pack) Step 2 – fussy cut 5 flowers from the paper or die cut 5 flowers using your favorite dies
Step 3 – die cut 2 Mandala’s Step 4 – die cut, ink and assemble 3 of your favorite florals – I used Florals 8 and Florals 6 Step 5 – Die cut 3 of your favorite leaves – I used the leaves from florals 2
Step 6 – Die cut the top floral of the pizza box then trim the square off Step 7 – Assemble as shown and enjoy!
Hey Crafters! Katelyn here, sharing with you my Hi Notecard.
To create my notecard, I’ve used dies from the Paper Flower Collection, Els van de Burgt Studio and Joset Designs as well as stamps from the Art Journal Collection. You’ll want to read below as I share with you how to recreate my notecard at home.
Step One. Choose two pieces of patterned paper from the Worn Wood Paper Pack. Die cut a 4 1/4″ Stitched Indented Square out of one of the patterned papers. Die cut a 4″ Fitted Indented Square out of the other patterned paper. Ink the edges of both squares using Walnut Stain Distress Ink and a blending tool with foam.
Step Two. Die cut a 3 3/4″ Stitched Indented Square out of a piece of kraft cardstock. Ink the edges of the square using Walnut Stain Distress Ink and a blending tool with foam.
Step Three. Die cut a 1 1/2″ Stitched Circle out of a piece of kraft cardstock. Next, you’ll need the letters H & I from the Morning Letters Stamp Set. Apply Jet Black Archival Ink to the letters and stamp onto the circle. Ink the edges of the circle using Walnut Stain Distress Ink and a blending tool with foam.
Step Four. Die cut the Elegant Ornament out of a piece of brown patterned paper. Cut the ornament down to 4 1/4″.
Step Five. From the Florals 6, die cut the leaves three times out of a piece of green patterned paper.
Step Six. Die cut the Medium, small and extra small flower twice out of a blue lightly patterned paper. Die cut the medium, small and extra small flower once out of a blue patterned paper. Die cut the centres once out of a piece of White Soft Finish Cardstock. Ink the edges of all of the flowers using Walnut Stain Distress Ink.
Step Seven. Adhere the 4″ square to the 4 1/4″ square. Foam square the 3 3/4″ square to the 4″ square.
Step Eight. Adhere the elegant ornament in the middle of the 3 3/4″ square. Adhere the 1 1/2″ stitched square to the middle of the elegant ornament.
Step Nine. Adhere the coordinating flowers together. Adhere a white centre in the middle of each flower.
Step Ten. Adhere the three leaves as desired on the left hand side of the card front. Use adhesive and foam squares to adhere the three flowers to the left side of the elegant ornament, making sure the flowers cover the bottom of the leaves.
Step Eleven. To finish the card, cut a cardbase out of White Soft Finish Cardstock that measures 4 1/4″ x 8 1/2″, score at 4 1/4″. Adhere the cardfront to the cardbase.
Thanks for joining me today! I hope that I’ve inspired you to create your own version of my Hi Notecard at home.
Good morning everyone! Our family loves to go sledding in the winter – it is a great family outing! I found these photos of my husband doing a sneak attack on our son Cody and thought they were too funny to not scrapbook!
To create this layout: Step 1 – distress the edges of your background paper (I used Mystical Winter paper) Step 2 – mat your photos and distress the edges of photo mat. Adhere using cardboard or 3d adhesive
Step 3 – add a chipboard or paper border Step 4 – die cut 23 fitted hexagons then ink and distress the edges and adhere to paper