July Scrapbooking Kit
Each month I release a new scrapbooking kit for the Picture to Page Creative Class (details below). This kit will be available in either Tranquil Tide (pictured) or Night of Navy – both fabulous neutral colours. I really love this double page layout as it was so much fun to do.
I have featured Tranquil Textures Designer Series Paper (DSP = patterned cardstock) as it is one of my favourites. Whilst this cardstock is reminiscent of water or the sea, it is such a flexible pattern to use for any generic scrapbook page or cards. The masculine tonings make it very versatile. During the month of July 2018, it is just one of the DSPs on sale. View all the details about this sale here.
Tips and Tricks for this Scrapbooking Kit
The two side panels of this layout were die-cut using the ‘water’ die from the Lakeside Framelits Dies. I die-cut the top, the bottom, the centre and then in between each side panel, which made it very easy to evenly space this design. I enjoy using die-cuts in a different way than intended which is just one of the reasons I love this layout. They were originally designed as a ripple water pattern.
To make sure that the burlap ribbon sat flat, I stapled the ribbon in the desired shape before adhering the ribbon to the background using plenty of Tear and Tape.
The stamped sentiment is only part of the full sentiment from the Very Vintage Stamp Set. I used a Crumb Cake Stampin’ Write Marker to selectively colour the words I wished to use.
I used the leftover scraps from the 3″ x 12″ strips (which had been cut down to fit the layout) to die cut the title using the Large Letters Framelits. The title was popped up with Foam Adhesives Strips.
The crumb cake background pattern was stamped multiple times using the water stamp from the Lilypad Lake Stamp Set.
This layout could easily be recreated using Night of Navy instead of the Tranquil Tide colour scheme.
Creative Class Details Friday 6 July 2018
Location: at my in-home workshop, Salisbury, Brisbane Cost: ($15)/Optional Kit $8 additional Required: basic kit#
Come along and have some fun whilst catching up on your memory keeping whether it be Pocket Pages or traditional scrapbooking. Bring along your own projects (you do not have to use only Stampin’ Up! products) and have some fun. There will be plenty of space to spread out.
Don’t want to search your stash and pack everything up for what you need on the day, whilst learning new skills, take advantage of a kit specially prepared for you, available for an extra $8. RSVP by Wednesday, 4 July 2018.
Products featured: Lakeside Framelits, Large Letters Framelits
Layout details: two 6″ x 4″ landscape, two 4″ square; two 2-1/4″ square (photos or journalling) – with slight changes to the layout, these can be either portrait or landscape.
You can swap out the title (FAMILY) with one that is more suitable for your layout. This kit will be available in either Tranquil Tide or Night of Navy.
Techniques: detailed die cutting, stamping,
If you wish to order the kit, let me know ASAP.
Must RSVP at least 3 days before class so that I can put together a kit just for you. Everyone welcome, bring a friend (this class is for adults).
Stampin’ Up! Product List
For further information about the products used in this project, click on the items below to view in my Online Store. I would love to be your Demonstrator if you don’t already have one and live in Australia. You can purchase these products from my online shop or you can order directly from me and have them shipped directly to your address. Please allow Demonstrator contact when ordering online so I can thank you properly. Stamp sets used in this project may be available in other mount options (wood-mount, clear-mount or photopolymer). I have listed the option that I used. If you are shopping online and your order is under $250, please use current Host Code R94NCM7C, which can always be found on the right sidebar of my blog.
I hope you have enjoyed this double page layout scrapbooking kit. It is certainly one of my favourites. Tomorrow I will be back with some 3D projects as part of the Global Stampers Blog Hop Challenge.