Monday, 3 February 2014

She is

Hi everyone

I am both thrilled and honoured to have a guest post on Scrapbook Creations Magazine's blog today. This blogpost features the techniques and tips for my layout, She is, featured in Scrapbook Creation's Magazine Issue 102. Be sure to hop over to their blog to read through all the amazing and inspirational posts, layouts on there and while you are at it, make this a favourite, or follow them on a daily base. I just love the regular emails I receive with project life ideas, guest posts and so much more...



Materials
Cardstock: Tim Holtz & Ranger Core’dinations, Creative Pearlised; Paper: Tim Holtz, white copy paper; Other: Scrap Matrix chipboard, Scrap Matrix trinkets, Prima trinkets, Finnabair trinkets, Kaszazz trinkets, Genuine Heritage Craft Products clock hands, Finnabair ribbon, Scrap Matrix ribbon, Tim Holtz ribbon, Kaszazz brads, Prima marketing brads, Passion 4 Paper flowers, Prima flowers, Kaisercraft pearls, KCK Craft alphabet letters, wire, gesso (white and black), Helmar 450 Quick Dry Adhesive, Ranger glossy accents, transparency, Tim Holtz Alterations (Rays & Retro, Circle Set Texture embossing folders), Sizzix (Clock Set embossing folder), Courture Creations (Time Piece embossing folder), Sizzix Big Shot, Tim Holtz washi tape, Ranger archival ink, Ranger distress ink, Ranger distress stain, Rock Candy distress crackle, Ranger Adirondack alcohol inks, Lindy’s Stamp Gang starburst spray, Tattered Angels spray, Amaco Rubb ‘n Buff, Patina Vintaj inks, Martha Stewart border punches, Prima stamps, Kaisercraft stamps, Kaszazz stamps, Graphic 45 stamps
Design Tip
Use the “gaps” in your chipboard pieces for journalling boxes. That way you can play and decorate without having to worry about leaving space for telling the story behind your layout.

Go and hop over to  Scrapbook Creations Magazine's  blog now for detailed instructions on how it was created. 

4 comments :

  1. Hello Anguree. Wow what an amazing piece!! The cogs and flowers have been wonderfully presented together. the numerals gently curving they're way around one corner is just fabulous. So glad you visited me and thank-you for your lovely comment. I'm your newest follower. I will pop back to visit again. Karen.x

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    1. Hello Karen
      Thank you for your kind words, I really appreciate it. I am very happy to hear you are following my blog now. Thank you for visiting.

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  2. I really LOVE this one...it´s just my cup of tea. :)

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    1. Thank you, Tapeva.
      Glad you like it :)

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