Posts Tagged ‘inking’

Artbooking Layout Series – Spooky 2

Boo Halloween Layout by Wendy Kessler

Supplies used are all Close to My Heart: Artbooking Cricut Collection, Cardstock (Black, Cocoa, Brown Bag (retired), Kraft, and Sunset), Black ink, and sponge dauber.

Cardstock only pages are so much easier with the Artbooking Cricut Collection!  Everything on this page was cut from the Spooky Layout button and I just sponged some ink onto the haunted house for some added dimension.  Easy peasy!

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Baby Boy Layout

Maddox Layout by Wendy Kessler
Supplies used: CTMH Superhero Paper Packet, CTMH Dimensional Elements, CTMH Sky ink, and Two Busy Moms Crackle Alphabet stickers.

This was a layout from the Superhero Workshop on the Go Kit.  You will see a theme in my upcoming posts; I am trying to finish up some layouts before my new product comes!

Stamp Sunday #45: Posterboard Alphabet

E1014 Posterboard Alphabet stamp set $29.95 (You can purchase this for half-price when you qualify and order the November Stamp of the Month!)

Supplies used are all retired products by Close to My Heart, with the exception of the Indian Corn Blue ink and the Posterboard Alphabet stamp set.

Sorry for the crappy photo…having camera issues today.  I’m not sure I should admit that I have had this layout sitting around for <gasp> years!  I’ve cleaned my scrapbook room this week and found it has made it’s way to the next step of having pictures with it.  Really, all I needed to do is add the photos…  At least it was an easy one for today when I am short on time!  I will use flip flaps for to include all the individual family photos under the one on the right page of everyone.  I used 3D Foam Tape to pop up the photos as needed around the dimensional element pieces.  The Posterboard Alphabet stamp set that I used is great for many different techniques.  I stamped it on my patterned paper, then cut out the letters for my title.

Scrap Our Stash July Challenge – Stars & Stripes

This month the Challenge at Scrap Our Stash is Stars & Stripes.  I realized I really don’t have much for stars at all!  So for my layout I opted to use striped paper (I’ve got plenty of that!) and embellish with some chipboard stars.

Supplies used: Pebbles pattern paper, Close to My Heart cardstock, Close to My Heart Dimensional Elements – Stars, Close to My Heart Dimensional Elements Alphabet, Close to My Heart Twilight, Honey, and Goldrush inks, Michael’s Rhinestones, and unknown journaling paper.

I often do one-photo layouts.  One trick to filling up the page is by adding a border.  If you look at this page, the blue strip is the backside of a scrap from the striped paper.

More Stella Artwork

Here is some more artwork using the Stella papers.

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I made this layout with the Magic book to use up some scraps from the Stella Paper Packet.  I added the Stella Complements Canvas Shapes, Colonial White ribbon, and the Opaques Mocha Adhesive Gems to create a quick layout.