Today I’m sharing a process video of a kid-themed single-page 8 1/2 x 11 scrapbook layout! Plus showing how I altered a pre-made chipboard sticker to better match the story in my layout–at the 4:58 mark, below!
Hi! Time for Weekly Wrap-up #19, where I share what creative mess I’ve made this week. Today I have an in-progress layout from my mini May Counterfeit kit. What scrappy fun have you gotten into this week? Please share! ❤️ And if you enjoyed this video, please consider subscribing to my channel. Thanks for watching! :)
Ugh, sometimes I hate WordPress because it cuts off my images… Grrr. Anyway, hey! I’m here today with a free double 8 1/2 x 11 scrapbooking sketch. Measurements included on the pic, everything is a nice round number. :) Hope you can use it! Here is the video to go with it.
Today’s video is a process video of a 4th of July-themed single-page 8 1/2 x 11 scrapbook layout featuring the use of a digital die-cut–and includes a simple, QUICK, idea for helping small titles stand out against a patterned paper background. You can watch the video or check out the idea below the video!
It’s so easy! Just outline your title letters with a fine tip black pen–it’s quick, easy, and you don’t need any extra supplies! It provides an instant shadow effect and effortlessly helps your title pop. Even with little mistakes, the eye will “read” the title and glide right over those. ;)
Good morning. :) Happy Friday! I’m in a much better headspace this week, and am sharing some old base pages and Month-in-Review layout kits in this week’s wrap-up. What are you up to?
In today’s process video, I share a stashbusting idea for gems, such as flat-backed pearls, rhinestones, enamel dots, wood dots, or other kinds of bling. I’m also sharing a sketch for a horizontal 8 1/2 x 11 layout, which I’ve also converted to 12 x 12 in case that’s your preferred size. I’ve kept all the numbers nice and round. You’ll find pics of the sketches below the video!
If you’d prefer to not watch the video, the stashbusting idea involves filling a negative space chipboard piece with a pile of bling. Picture an hourglass with a pile of sparkly sand in the bottom. :) Just pile bling inside a negative space shape and see how much you can use up!