Sunday, May 14, 2017

Focus on What Matters April 2017 Scrap Shotz Kit

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Hello and Happy Mother's Day!

It's Rosie and I have a couple of layouts to share with you using the Scrap Shotz April 2017 kit:

This kit features the brand new Vicki Boutin Mixed Media line including the Vicki Boutin patterned paper. For our sketch project we've chosen this sketch from Creative Scrapbookers Magazine:
I so love all the circles on this layout! Here is my interpretation of the sketch:

I have used a 2" circle punch, 3" circle punch and die cut circles to create the circle die cuts.

There are a number of steps in creating this layout so I will list them to make it easier to follow my process:

1. Cut Vicki Boutin Mixed Media Reactive Tissue with die cut circles in red, light green and blue.
2. Lay out tissue circles in desired placement, make note of areas.
3. Mist white card stock in desired placement areas with water, place tissue circles and mist with water.
4. While tissue dries punch patterned paper circles and one acetate "paper" circle, choose photo.
5. Discard dried tissue paper circles and heat dry to completely dry if necessary. Use the die cut circles used to cut tissue paper as templates to pierce card stock for hand stitching.

6. Hand stitch pierced circles in coordinating colour of floss.

7. Lay out patterned paper die cuts in desired placement, choose title Pinkfresh Studio puffy sticker and Vicki Boutin stickers for journaling.
8. Add your choice of Vicki Boutin card stock labels and kit Die Cut Shapes. Embellish with Pinkfresh Studios puffy heart and arrow stickers.

I hope you've enjoyed this step by step look at this kit project layout. Feel free to leave any questions in the comments and thanks for stopping by😊

1 comment:

Lorraine said...

Love the color! The tissue paper looks like fun!