Hello everyone and welcome to Club Scraps October blog hop featuring the NEW Literature Kit! If you arrived from Deb's Blog then you are in the right place , if not you will want to start from the beginning at Karen(Club Scrap blog)so you don't miss any of the wonderful inspiration from the Club Scrap Artist Team! There is also a list of the entire line up there for you with links :) Have fun & I hope you enjoy todays Hop!
Literature Layout using all the beautiful design papers/Card Stock, Ribbon, and the tag from the sheet of cut aparts. My layout was super simple to make! I will list how to below! All items are from the Literature kit except my OLD beads, and the flower on the bow.
1 - 12 x 12 cream sheet of card stock
1 - 12 x 12 sheet of shimmer brown card stock cut to 11 3/4" x 11 3/4"
1 - 12 x 12 design paper sheet cut to 11 1/2" x 11 1/2"
Sew the top 2 layers together, then used ATG gun to attach to the cream layer, so you wont see sewing in the back.
Next I figured out my layout, by adding the 2 photo matt layers to the center of my page. I did NOT glue this down, as I just set it there for a reference on where to place my flowers.
Now cutting flowers. I did use cheery Lynns Judy's Blooms. I cut the red card stock, brown shimmer card stock, and the kraft card stock all in flowers for my page. Next I used the flourish #8 for my flourishes. Everything is distressed using tim holtz distress inks in forest moss(flowers) and for the flourishes. The centers have old beads glut on. I also spritzed my page after it was done with a gold glimmer mist.
Sentiment frame- was cut from one of the cut apart sheets and then distressed using vintage photo. above the tag I added a bow created with the Red Ribbon from the Literature Kit. I did add a fancy flower to the center.
I also cut out my flourishes and added them first by gluing them down. Then added my flowers, and lastly came in with filler leaves/and branches. I glued everything down and let dry. Lastly came in with the Gold Glimmer Mist, and spritzed my flowers and some areas on the page. Dabbed it dry with a towel.
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