Can't think of better photo's that describes this man without adding words.
Many elements of texture
Loved friends, fishing, family, fun and the simple life <3
I find many crafters get frustrated when they don't have matching embellishments for their projects, why not make your own! This is an easy way to make your own matching flowers. These flowers go with a past projected posted. Start by priming the tissue paper! Take the ivory tissue paper, stamp all over
Take the tissue paper and crumple in a tiny ball
Straighten out paper and with other chosen papers cut flowers in many sizes
Next sort out the different sizes and colours so it is easier to chose from
Using flower shaping tools, Spitz a little water to make the paper more pliable and gentle shape, set aside to allow to dry. once dry the paper becomes very stiff.
Once all are dry, assemble using a glue gun, fluff, ink edges and add pearl for center
To add a little shine and sparkle I gave a soft misting with Glimmer Mist
I LOVE the tissue paper! It is much stronger then regular tissue paper, when crumpled it becomes a verysoft, durable medium to work with. The Kraft tissue, I find, is a cross between tissue paper and Tim Holtz Glassine. It embosses very well, which I plan on showing in a different project.
3. Tissue Kraft 4. Tissue Ivory 5. 7-Gypsies stamp Distressed Background 6. 7-Gypsies stamp Dream 7. 7-Gypsies stamp Zig Zag Stamp 8. Abominable Snowman Glimmer Spray 9. Brown Ink 10. Centres for flowers (I used pearls)
Tools: 1. Flower shaped dies 2. Flower shaping tools 3. water 4. Die cutting machine 5. Glue Gun
A fun way to tell a story with lots of photo's using a mini album!
These are so much fun, tell a story without ever recording a word. This particular mini albumholds a total of 28 photo's with room for more and features Canvas Corp Brand Products.
This is part of a larger product done that can be viewed here.
Mini Album Shown in Frame:
When cutting the chip board to fit the space make sure you cut it 1/2" - 3/4" smaller then
space as chipboard will swell slightly from adhesive and will bulk up from the product added.As well decide howyou will attach the pieces together for placement of photo's.
From this point on I'll show the pages for inspiration and how pockets were incorporated as away to add more photo's, journalling space and interest to the viewer. I inked all the edges.
There's no wrong or right to your design. It's all to your personal taste. inside cover and
Page 2 & 3. Note the tags that are tucked behind the photo on page 3. There are 3 additional photo's in there.
Page 4 & 5. Used pop up dots on the "His & Hers" which was a tag from the collection that I trimmed down.
Page 6 & 7 For texture I added some cheese cloth, CCB canvas that was hand cut, brads and tags.
Page 8 & 9. More pockets added behind photos on both pages
Page 10 & 11, The top photo on page 10 is on pop dots to add dimension. The photo on page 11 has a journalling tag behind photo. I did color in the flower on page 11 and covering it with glossy sccents
Page 12 I created a flip album inside the mini album! See, never an ending to the
And on the last page there is a pocket behind the photo which holds additional photos and I
have the tag draped over the front as it's perfect for the photo of the bride, groom and little boy walking away
Other non Brand Products: 1. Cheese Cloth 2. Distress ink Vintage Photo 5. Twine 6. Charm 7. Chip board for Album Tools:
1. Paper Trimmer 2. Adhesive (wet, strong double sided, Pop dots, Glossy Accents) 3. Distress tool 4. Sand paper 5. Sewing machine