Monday, April 9, 2018

April Kit Reveal!


I am happy to be here and kick off the Design Team reveal for the latest Scrap Shotz kit. This kit features the brand new Twilight line from 1 Canoe 2 so let's take a look at my first layout:

I've been wanting to create a layered die cut background for awhile so I put my Silhouette Cameo to work!

The die cut is made of 3 layers, the base layer is white card stock, the middle layer is the kit Marble patterned paper and the top layer is B side of the kit Peony patterned paper. The layers where glued together with liquid glue then adhered to the 12x12 white card stock with foam tape.

The photo is matted on gold glitter paper from The Ton.

The peach die cut is popped up with foam tape, 2 more die cuts are then layered to the left to lead the eye down the page.

I've accented the die cut frame placing Nuvo Crystal Drops in orange soda around it.

These wooden buttons are also included in the kit.

Next up is a layout based on the April sketch from Creative Scrapbooker Magazine:

I was initially skeptical of whether these colours would work with these photos from a football stadium but this line is quite versatile as you can see :).

The journal card is from the kit Field Notes patterned paper and also serves as the layout title.

I've layered kit wood veneer over kit die cuts and tucked in a few die cut leaves that were leftovers from a different project. Wood buttons from the kit also make an appearance on this layout.

Now for a change of pace with a card!

I've used the stamp set from the kit, specifically the flower stamps beginning with the largest stamp, then filling in with the smaller images. I've used the Mountain Mist, Volcano Lake and Lagoon inks from this Altenew Ink set.

The large detail flower is stamped with embossing ink over the large flower image then heat embossed with gold embossing powder.

The sentiment is made up a kit die cut, the U is die cut using an alphabet die from The Ton glitter paper. Glitter washi tape edges the right and left side of the card base. A few Studio Katia clear drops finish the card off.

You can get yourself a kit right HERE!

I'll be back Wednesday with more projects, thanks for stopping in!

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