Here is my page, looking back on the 80’s – 90’s for the last time…. I must confess that one film really symbolizes these years for me, I don’t really know if you American people have ever heard of it…. It’s “Le grand Bleu” (The Big Blue) and it was a huge success here in France, it really symbolizes our generation.
Hello friends, Katty here to share another 12×12 Scrapbooking Layout. I am so in love with this months mood board for The Pretty Patterned Paper Playground. I decided to use it again. I am scrapbooking three photos of my adorable nephew who just turned 6 last month. The green in his shirt matched this mood board perfectly.
I began with a sheet of patterned paper which was a lime green color with colored yarn balls. I had actually pulled that paper out to use for an “Ugly Paper” Challenge in another group. I realized that some of the colors matched this mood board very well. I used a 1 inch punch and punched out the red, orange and white yarn balls. I scattered them around the right side of a white 12×12 cardstock. To bring in some yellow I used a Crafters Workshop stencil called Cosmic Bubbles with my beautiful Shimmerz Dazzlerz in Lemon Drop. My idea was for it to look like scattered confetti.
I then used my Dazzlers in Sour Apple and added triangles of color with a Prima tiny checkerboard stencil. I added 3 triangles which will be the resting place for my photos. I added a simple mat behind my photos using some yellow and red doodlebug tiny doilies.
It’s been a fun three days of sharing my new Close To My Heart Projects. I think I’m sharing my favorite project today, saving the best for last! Today, I’m sharing how I stamp with paints. It’s pretty easy actually. All you need are your stamps (wood mounted, acrylic or cling), a foam brush and some acrylic paints.
I started with the lovely Chantilly paper set and the June SOTM; A Flowering Bunch. This stamp set is very fitting for this time of year, don’t you think?! First, I layed out my papers and cardstock with my picture. I used a 4×4″ Instagram picture of our daughter, Sari. I just love this dress and matching headband! I wanted to break up the color with some black and white, but not TOO much. I added some torn pieces of the black and white script paper from the For Always paper set. It also seemed to help ‘tell a story’ about this photo with the script writing. I like to look for things like that to add into my layouts.. just a tip for you there!
Next, I stamped a bunch of floating flowers that lead from the edges of my layout, into my focal point. I adorned most of the flowers with someCTMH Clear Sparkles and the Chantilly Fabric Badges. These are very similar to vintage buttons, only they are adhesive backed and ready to adorn your scrapbook page or any other project you have in mind.
I love this flowering border stamp, but I didn’t want to stamp it black or color in all the petals and leaves either. This scrapper has to find ways to create her layouts fast!! Any workin’ Mamas out there can relate, I’m sure. So, instead I stamped the border with white acrylic paint. You can see that I layered different pieces around my photo. You can goHERE to learn how to create easy layers on your projects. NOTE: I wash off my stamps right away so the paint doesn’t dry in all the crevices.
Thank you for spending your precious time with me today. I hope you’ll stop over at Lynn and Kim’s blogs too. Their projects are always so inspiring! Also, remember, leave a comment on each of our blogs for your change to win some fabulous blog candy from our Krafty leader Lynn Darda! That candy is the double-stamp set “It’s Your Day” and card kit. It’s easy to win, just visit each of the three blogs listed and leave a comment on each one. I’d love for you to join my blog by entering your email in the right sidebar, but that is not necessary to win. Winner will be announced at From My Bungalow on Sunday. Here’s the prize Lynn is giving away to one lucky winner!
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