Posts Tagged ‘inking’

Love Layout

This is my layout for the October Quote Challenge at Scrap Our Stash.  I used a quote from a DCWV Quote Stack.  I cut it into strips to add more detail.  Because it was vellum, I used brads to attach it to my background.  They match the Decorative Brad in the top right corner.  For the LOVE title, I used the Oxford Color-Ready Alphabet stickers.  I inked them in my first color and then stamped them with the flourish pattern, creating beautiful, original letters for my layout.  Near the bottom of my page you will see a stamped border.  To add more detail, I outlined some of the hearts with Liquid Glass, covered with Prisma Glitter, and let dry.  I just love Prisma Glitter because it works over an color and it is so sparkly!

Corn Maze Layout

Supplies used: Close to My Heart Mischief Level 2 Paper Pack (retired), Stampin Up punch, ProvoCraft Rob & Bob Studio coaster card, Close to My Heart You & Me stamp set, Close to My Heart Barn Red and Black ink, Close to My Heart buttons, Close to My Heart Waxy Flax, and foam tape.

This layout was inspired by Tammy’s layout from this months Scrap Our Stash Pagerize Challenge.  I really used my stash with this one.  The striped background paper is actually two pieces of scraps that I put together (using the stripes as my guide) and if you were to take off the photo mat you’d see the hole in the middle.  I really liked this paper though and was determined to use it.  And you’d never know!  I took Tammy’s layout and turned it.  Her border punch reminded me of one I had (that I’ve never used until now!).  The orange coaster was too bright but it was perfect after I inked it up with some Barn Red.  I changed the photo in the circle to journaling and mimicked her pieced title.

CTMH Spotlight Blog Hop featuring Color-Ready Kraft Borders

This month’s Spotlight Blog Hop is using the Kraft Color-Ready Borders by Close to My Heart.  There are so many things you can do with these borders.  You can ink them different colors, use them in different lengths, layer them, and use them in combination with other embellishments like sparkles, pearls, and ribbon.

The hop makes a full circle so if you are starting here just continue until you make your way back.  If you have already started then you should be coming from Nikka’s Blog.

Supplies used are all Close to My Heart: Mistletoe Level 2 Paper Pack, Mistletoe Level 2 Assortment, Pearl Opaques, Color-Ready Kraft Borders, Old World Alphabet stamp set, New England Ivy Ink, and Cranberry Ink.  Page Maps Sketch – October 2009

Hey sis, you were right – the Old World Alphabet is awesome!  It’s one that I didn’t care for from the look but after using it I am in love!  For my layout, I used Cranberry and New England Ivy inks and a sponge to color the Color-Ready Kraft Borders.  I layered them and added pearls to accent.

Your next stop is Vicki’s Blog.

You can view a list of all participants HERE.

Together Family layout

Here’s an old layout from a gathering that just needed a picture.

Supplies are all Close to My Heart: More to Adore Paper Pack, Chocolate Ribbon, Chocolate Ink, Chocolate cardstock, Distressing Inks, Simple Stitches stamp set, and Friendship Word Puzzle stamp set.

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