Archive for June, 2013
USING PATTERNED VELLUM
Let’s get rest a little bit with all these ‘media’ topics Make a little break and talk about
the vellum. In the latest ‘Lucky Charm‘ line we have a few different patterns and colours printed on the vellum. I think it’s not obvious for all of us how to use them, so I decided to show you one of the possibilities of using ‘Lucky Charm’ vellum on your page.
For today’s layout I choose a vellum with green chevron pattern. I really adore this colour so I choose a white background to bring out the awesomeness of this product. cut a square piece of vellum and create a few rays – this will be my backround. Because the pattern is rather bold we have to suit the rest of a composition to this element.
I used only tiny emebellishments, rub-ons and stickers here. The only major part of a composition is a topic with this adorable Eiffla Tower used instead of the letter ‘A’. It’s all about the colour of Paris in April – spring in Tuileries Gardens is really beautiful! A lot of luscious green and pink blooking trees, awww! Amazing landscape. I just tried to grab a little bit of that mood…
It’s all for today. I am so curious what is your idea for using patterned vellum on the layout! Have a nice day!
Today I am guest posting on Studio Calico’s Instagram feed. One of the pictures highlights the neon Mister Huey colors. Someone asked how to use mists so I thought I should share this video. Besides drops and splashes this shows other ways to use them.
I love how this page by Wilna has lots of details and layering but definitely one that you could scrap-lift! I wanna try misting or painting then diecutting on a future project.
It’s no surprise that I love my Silhouette Cameo. There are endless uses and so many different ways to incorporate it in your crafts and scrapbooking.
For this layout I used it to document the stats of my baby boy, Myles. I don’t have a lot of free time right now to scrapbook but once I diecut the journaling it came together quick and simple. Especially since I wanted that to be the main focus. And clearly it is since it takes up 2/3 of the page. haha
I used a mix of my Lucky Charm collection. Which effortlessly worked for a boy too. Not that I know much about that. ; )
I included this layout in my 2 peas garden this month about milestones.
This month I chose the birth of my baby boy… because it’s probably one of the biggest milestones of his life and because I am unabashedly in love with him. Soaking up all the wonderful things when you have a newborn… and not to mention the challenging transition and lack of sleep. But this quick layout was a perfect start to his scrapbook album, highlighting the details of his grand entrance with my Silhouette-cut journaling and photos taken the first day of his life.
I added a grouping in the bottom left with some of my Dear Lizzy products and Studio Calico wood veneers. The handwriting patterned paper from my Lucky Charm collection with the words, “love you to the stars and back” worked great with this layout.
Can’t wait to tell his story through photos and journaling.
Love that although Stephanie’s layouts are quick there’s still bits of layering and details so you don’t think about how fast it took her. Especially products like these fabric frames that come with the stapled banner and words at the bottom. Not to mention how easy stickers are to layer and embellish.
Tags are also a quick way to add journaling to your layouts.
This layout was super easy to make. The only thing that took any time at all was distressing the edges of the big piece of patterned paper that I used as the base of the layout. Sidenote: I LOVE my Heidi Swapp edge distresser and I’m so sad they were discontinued!
I completed this entire layout in one chunk of time. It looks like it took more time because of the layering and clustering. This is such an easy way to add depth and detail to a layout! It looks way more time intensive and complicated than it really is.
I “hung” the tag through the “o” in the title for a fun detail. These cute canvas polaroid frames already come embellished with words and staples. Fussy cutting the right edge of the black/white chevron paper adds a fun detail as well.