Happy weekend friends! Today I have a really pretty fall layout to share with you using Fancy Pants Design's Lake Life Collection. There are so many beautiful elements in this collection and this collection paired up nicely with the photos I used!
The ephemera pack is my absolute favorite! Just look at them. They are so beautiful...I need more. I created the tags at the top of the layout using metal dies from Elle's Studio. Metal dies come in handy at times... we have some available in the shop...Come grab a few dies for your desk project, by clicking here.
I used a dark evergreen alcohol marker to color in the wooden tree embellishment. Then I glued some rhinestones on top of it to make it pretty.
I added more embellishments below the photo and lots of stamping! Stamps are a must have too... especially for those layouts that you don't really have much to write about...you can use stamps to help tell your story.
What do you think? It's super cute, right!? I am so pleased with how this layout turned out. Grab your Lake Life Sampler Kit today before they are gone! Thank you for visiting today and I hope you have a great weekend!
Hi friends! Dana here today sharing a scrapbook layout that celebrates the gorgeous color palette of a fall harvest. I recently went apple picking, and the Farmer's Market at the orchard had the best of the seasonal produce on display in all its glory. Mother Nature sure does know how to create a stunning natural palette! The oranges, blues, and purples of the pumpkins, grapes, and corn paired perfectly with the Riconoscenza Base Kit.
The Riconoscenza Add-On Kit contains loads and loads of beautiful die-cuts to extend the use of the Riconoscenza Base Kit. I used the floral die-cuts to add layers under, and on top, of my photos.
I applied goldenrod ink splatters around the page to pick up some of the deep yellow accents in this beautiful paper collection.
I created a quick layered title spot for this layout using die-cut tags, yellow twine from my stash, and a portion of the barcode strip cut from the bottom of the patterned paper that reads 'grateful heart.' Lastly, I applied yellow enamel dots to the center of some of the flowers.
Clique International Supplies:
Riconoscenza Base Kit
Riconoscenza Add-On Kit
Other Supplies: Goldenrod Ink: Tattered Angels; Enamel Dots: Fancy Pants Designs; Yellow Twine
Hey y'all! Michelle here, sharing a little festive art journal entry with you today! I don't know about you but I tend to stock pile all these delish seasonal paper treats and don't create enough with them. I don't do near enough scrapbooking with them now that my kids are older and halloween is not an occasion I do cards for normally so I thought I'd do a fun little mixed media journal page. Seasonal art journaling is not something I usually do either but I'm trying to do more of it because it's part of our story too AND it's fun, not to mention it's a great opportunity to use all those wonderful fun supplies!
For this entry, I worked in my travel water color journal. I really love this sweet little pink journal! It has the perfect little thick watercolor paper pages that are small and not intimidating! If you like journaling or watercoloring or both, I highly recommend this cute little fella! And the pages are perforated so you can tare pages out to make cards, gift them, frame them or to just make room if the book gets too bulky. It really is versatile.
To add the color to the page I used my Amy Tangerine Brave & Bold watercolor set by American Crafts. This too is a great go to set to have and it includes the water brush so it's perfect for traveling and makes a great gift set (even better with the cute pink travel journal!) but I digress! LOL!
After the was happy with the watercolor blending and it had all dried I began adding some paper pieces that were fussy cut from the Prima Thirty One Collection paper "All The Treats". I inked the edges and applied them with foam dots to give them some added dimension. I also tucked a scrap of some black mesh under the title to give it some fun texture.
Lastly, I added the 31 number stickers and I used a gold metalic Opaque brush pen by Marvy to make some stars in the sky.
It's so fun working on a small canvas like a mini art journal. You aren't as intimidated and you can work freely without having to worry about filling up a big huge area. And with fun supplies like that Prima seasonal line, they sky is the limit!
Thanks for stoping by! I hope you were inspired to create something beautiful today!
Hello Clique friends!