Friday, August 28, 2015

Friends layout with Kaisercraft Silver Bells

It is no surprise that I am in LOVE the new Kaisercraft Silver Bells - pink and silver Christmas papers are my absolute fav!  

However, the reverse side of Good Tidings is also a favourite - soft tones of blue, grey and white in a woodgrain pattern. So thinking outside the square and working on photos of my daughter with her friend.


Friends Scrapbooking Layout


Friends Scrapbooking Layouts

Starting with corrugated card and tearing up Good Tidings and applying gesso over the torn edges of the pattern paper and exposed corrugated card.  When gesso is dry, ink with Sky Blue Archival Ink

Kaisercraft Scrapbooking Layouts

Kaisercraft Scrapbooking Layouts


Randomly, stamp with Kaisercraft Flutter Clear Stamp with black ink

Kaisercraft Scrapbooking Layouts


Add modelling paste, trellis die cuts (thanks Shelley for use of her die!) then sprinkle Frozen Blueberry Sugar Beads randomly over the paste.


Kaisercraft Scrapbooking Layouts

Mount your photo with cardstock, then corrugated card - saves on your foam tape BUT make sure you have the cardstock between your photo and card, as it isn't acid free. 

Scrapbooking Friends Layouts

Mist your gesso and texture paste.  
Then embellish with our blue stemmed flowers (I added a little glimmer mist in the centres to match the misting), small metal flowers, friends charm, silver key charm and jump ring


   



black gardenia (swiped with gesso and sky blue ink), black rose buds and butterflies from our Classic Tones Flutterbies.


Scrapbooking Friends Layouts
  

 
Adding the remainder of my title and finished.


Friends Scrapbooking Layouts

To purchase your pack of Silver Bells and all our new arrivals pop over here to the website

I can't wait to start on the pretty pink papers in the paper pack!
I  might actually get around to scrapping my dd's first Christmas photos!  She is only 16!





2 comments:

Shelley said...

This is an awesome layout Tracy, love the versatility of Silver Bells

Alison Bevis said...

Great tutorial - love it!!