Saturday, January 24, 2015

"Plan an Adventure" Layout tutorial by Narelle

Hi everyone

Today I have tutorial for you using the Bo Bunny "Souvenir" travel range.  This range comes with some great embellishments including chipboard and a negative roll!  
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Instructions

  1. Use the "Destination" paper as the base. 
  2. Cut a piece of "explore" 10.5cm x 15cm and adhere the photo on the green side.  Cut another piece 15cm x 19cm, and adhere with the map side facing up 5cm from the left and 5cm from the top edge of the layout.  
  3. Cut a piece of the film strip roll 3 frames long, with the "let's go" frame in the centre and stick at an angle over the right corner of the map.  Add the "GO"scrabble chipboard tiles over the top.
  4. Adhere the photo in the centre of the map paper the add stickers and chipboard embellishments that suit the photo.
  5. Adhere the "travel" sticker across the bottom of the layout.
  6. If another title is required, use alphabet stickers to add one.



Thanks for stopping by 
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 Happy crafting,




Materials Used


Thursday, January 22, 2015

Heat Embossed Chevrons

Linda here today with a couple of cards to show you where I've played with the Clear Scraps Chevron Stencil, a Versamark Pen and heat embossing.



The birthday card first - 
I held the stencil over the card and drew the chevron patterns with the Versamark Pen and then sprinkled with White Pearl Embossing Powder and heat set.
I did small sections at a time.
I then used my Distress Markers to watercolour the design.



For the Thanks card I added the chevron pattern as above and then swiped the card front with a few Distress Ink Pads.




Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Happy Birthday with Angela

 Hello there!! Angela here re visiting an old favourite of mine!!!  Actually two old favourites!!  Hero Arts Neon Inks and MFT clear stamps!!  Just playing with the different colour combinations and creating different patterns.  It was quite fun and the possibilities are ENDLESS!!
I do love Hero Arts inks as they cover the stamps so well and I really never have to re stamp.






*trim SBB white cardstock 11.5cm x 4 and fold portrait
*Ink up MFT triangles in a NEON Pink and start bottom left
*ink up again and stamp following the pattern
*Clean and ink stamp in NEON Orange
*stamp in between the existing pink lines
*repeat until pattern is created.
*Using Black onxy ink, stamp up sentiment along pattern