Hello friends and welcome! It is Karan Gerber here to share a gift box i created and i have adorned the cover with Handmade Roses using Florals 8.
Cutting out 8 sets of florals 8 and plenty of leaves, i set about coloring these with Tea Roe Archival Ink and Magenta Hue Archival Ink.
the inside of the box, i created a card, using the cutout from the top of the box which is Sidekick Essentials 5. I matted the cut out in gold mirror paper long with the sentiment from the paper collection i used.
The top of the box, i covered with Acetate and used the Floral Burst Background to do a die cut in Gold Mirri and I love how this turned out, it looks so elegant.
I hope you enjoyed my project today and until next time
Many things have changed over the last two years including the education system. Our son only attended college for one semester then college became virtual. He graduated without a ceremony, his diploma was simply mailed. I wanted to capture the moment because we are so very proud of him and his achievements and we had a photo shoot with his diploma.
To create this layout:
Step 1 – tear one 12×12 sheet roughly in half and ink the torn edge then adhere to a full 12×12 sheet. Distress and ink the edges of both papers
Step 4 – Die cut, ink and assemble 6 flowers and leaves of your choosing (I used the florals 1, 2, 8 and 11) Step 5 – create a photo mat cluster of 3 4×6 mats Step 6 – Add any other embellishments you wish and enjoy
Good morning! I am back today to share my nest layout I created for ECD!
To create this layout Step 1 – Cover a 12×12 sheet with clear gesso and allow to dry or heat set. Distress the edges of the paper
Step 2 – use your favorite ECD to stencil (I used one from the happy patterns) and texture paste Step 3 – use your Watercolor Palette to highlight the stenciled image Step 4 – use a fan brush and create a splatter effect over the stenciled image
Good morning! I am so excited to share my next layout with you! I understand many people avoid using flowers on layouts with masculine photos but I do not! I use flowers on projects about my husband and sons all the time!
To create this layout; Step 1 – Cover your background paper with clear gesso and allow to dry.
Step 2 – using your favorite ECD stencil mix texture paste with your favorite colorant. I used a stencil from the Happy Patterns set and texture paste with brown brusho powder
Step 3 – Die cut a Mandala and cut in half and a filmstrip from the Planner Filmstrip and ink or paint the edges Step 4 – Die cut 3 ferns from Ferns and ink or paint edges
Step 5 – Die cut the tab from the Planner Filmstrip and adhere to the photo and mat
Step 6 – Die Cut 2 small filmstrips from the Planner Essentials 24 and ink or paint edges Step 7 – Die cut 10 flowers using your favorite ECD floral Die. Ink, mold, and assemble those flowers. I used Florals 8, Florals 3, Florals 13, Florals 11 and Florals 2 Step 8 – Adhere everything as shown
Now for my second layout:
To create this layout: Step 1 – cover a 12×12 sheet of soft finish cardstock with white gesso and allow to dry or heat set Step 2 – using the Watercolor Palette paint along the tears and into the paper as light or dark as you like
Step 3 – tear two strips pf each side of the paper Step 4 – tear 4 pieces of paper long enough to be placed behind the tears of the cardstock. I used the Reminiscence The Book 2
Good morning! Laura here today to share my next layout I created for Elizabeth Craft Designs! This is our youngest son on the day of his prom!
To create this layout: Step 1 – rip a piece of your favorite ECD paper about 4 -5″ wide, then wet the edges and roll them Step 2 – from the leftover sheet rip a piece for the side 7″ long and 1 – 1.5″ wide Step 3 – cover your cardstock background and the 2 pieces of paper your tore with clear gesso – allow to dry then adhere like shown
Step 4 – use your favorite ECD stencil and your favorite paste randomly around your paper – I used the Pattern Stencil Pack and allow to dry or heat set Step 5 – die cut 9 of your favorite ECD flowers, ink, shape and assemble. I used the florals 1, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 11, and 13. Here are some close ups of some of the flowers
Step 6 – Die cut and ink your favorite leaves and branches – I used the Lacy Leaves and Ferns.
Step 7 – add Leaves and branches and flowers into clusters as shown
Step 8 – Die cut and ink your title and distress the edges – I used the Sentiment Strips. Step 9 – cut two photo mats one slightly larger than the other then ink and distress the edges Step 10 – adhere everything as shown and add seed beads and art stones
Step 4 – Trim coordinating papers to 2×12, 1×11, .75×11, 6×4.25, 4×6, a photo mat, .25×5, .5×4.25, 1×3.5 and distress all the edges then adhere as shown
Step 5 – Die cut and assemble 5 flowers. I used coordinating papers and white cardstock with florals 7, Florals 9, Florals 8, and Florals 3. I used the watercolor palette on the white flowers after I had assembled them
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.