Sunday, June 29, 2014

DCWV June Stackaholic Challenge Layout

Happy Sunday crafty friends,
I hope you are enjoying your weekend and getting some fun crafting in! Today I wanted to share the layout I made for the DCWV monthly Stackaholic challenge. This is what I came up with.

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I created this layout using some wonderful vintagey looking papers from the Dear Jane Stack. The cuts are from PaperCraftingWorld.com Layout 614 set. I started with a layer of Cream colored Bazzil cardstock. I inked the edges of all the layers with with my Chocolate ink from the Basics Ink Pad set from Close To My Heart. I then used a piece of paper from the stack for the main background. I then used a different paper from the stack for the flowers and circle. The image with the bird and birdcage as well as the title were also from the same stack.

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 PaperCraftingWorld.com  Layout 614 Set

june-2014 layout sketch
Here is a pic of the layout sketch we had to work with.


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Here’s a closer look at the flowers. The blue patterned paper was from the Dear Jane Stack. I cut the flowers out using my Pazzles Inspiration cutter.  Once cut, I inked the edges with some Crystal Blue ink from the Whimsy Ink pad set. I then distressed the petals (see below), added them to the layout and added some Cinnamon Stickles to the centers.

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Here’s another view of the flowers. I inked the edges of the vine with some Chocolate ink from the Basics Ink Pad set.

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Here’s a closer look at the title. You can see that it comes pre-printed and has a nice glittered edges. I simply added some more Chocolate ink to distress the edges.

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Here’s a closer look showing the edge with the lace. I used some foam tape underneath and then faux stitched around the edge with a sharpie fine tip marker.

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For the mat in the background, I used a piece of kraft cardstock and then stamped it with one of the stamps from the Distressed backgrounds set. I used my  Dessert Sand ink Pad as it gave it a more tone on tone look and not a stark contrast.

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Here is one last look at the layout. It is a photo of my Grandmother with my Uncle Dan and my mother (she was the toddler)…circa 1949.


Products Used For This Project.

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DCWV Dear Jane Stack
layout614 ppr cf-200
desert sand-200

whimsy ink pad
Z2503-basics
tape runner-200
memory book glue dots-200

foam tape-200
ranger cinnamon stickles
Cinnamon Stickles
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Cream Lace Trim
kraft cardstock-200

Well, that about covers it for today crafty friends. Be sure to come back by tomorrow as I share another fun and hopefully inspiring project. Thank you once again for choosing to stop by and spend a little of your precious crafty time with me. Until then….

2013 fall winter melsig-450

2 comments:

Jen said...

Love this LO! Great vintage feel and so many wonderful details!

PennyDuncan said...

That is such a beautiful layout!!!