Inspired by Chippies, Flowers, and Feathers

by Scarlett Salamone | 0 comments

Hi ScrapFX Peeps! Scarlett with you today to share my last projects for this month. First up a LO on wood canvas.

The moment I saw the Love This Kid chippie I knew I had to do a project with a goat kid on it. Yes I have two people kids I adore and love greatly, but again I have two and since this chippie is singular in nature my favorite goat kid born here at the farm had to be featured.

I’m normally not a big flower person when it comes to my creations, at least in the pre-made sense, not sure why since I have a large stash of them. It seemed the perfect time to use them for this project however and indeed I did. I also put to use some of my ScrapFX stamps to create other floral elements.

Stamping on vellum is a favorite technique of mine. I use Archival ink and the ScrapFX stamps lend themselves beautifully to be fussy cut. The Seed Stem Stamp, Small was heat embossed. Most flowers on this project were plain; a bit of sparkle and paint here and there jazzed them right up.


Here you can see the stamped flowers closer. Doesn’t embossing on vellum turn out beautifully? The background here was created using Black Lava through the Brick Stencil, as I did on a previous project. I enjoy the change up it gives to the patterned paper background. I have way more patterned paper than a reasonable person should, I must use it!, but I like doing my own little spin if I can. ūüėČ

My next project is an art journal page.

I haven’t done a journal page in a good bit of time. I felt rusty but the desire to paint freely was strong. This is the beginning of my page: random paint swipes, brush strokes of color, stamping with ink using the new Grungy Brickwork Stamp, and adding a bit of texture by using heavy gesso to stamp with the Star Spangles Stamp.

The next thing I did to work on completing this page was to stamp the Doodled Feather Stamp. I wanted the feather to be unique in nature but not overdone. I decided to use VersaMark paired with mica powders. To do this I: stamped the image with VersaMark, brushed on mica powders, and heat set. The overall finish has shimmery finish throughout as you can see in the top portion of the picture.

This chippie is what inspired this page in my head, it works well for a journal page don’t you think? To alter it I: inked up the chippie with VersaMark, poured a bit of black UTEE on it, heat embossed, and rubbed gold paint over it to finish.

The completed page. It suits where I feel I’m headed on life’s journey right now. My heart is full and I’m ready to soar.

Thanks for stopping by and checking out my latest creations. I’ll see you next month!

Products Used:

 Love This Kid

Seed Stem Stamp Small

Bobble Stem Stamp

Leafy Stem Stamp

Brick Stencil

Brave Courageous Fearless

Doodled Feather Stamp

Grungy Brickwork Stamp

Star Spangles Stamp

Love this kid & Just like daddy – By Amelie

by Amelie Jutras | 0 comments

Good Morning Scrap Fx fans!

Amélie with you today to introduce 2 new creations!

My first creation “Love this kid”. I first used a paper from the company 49 & Market on which I applied a layer of clear gesso. I then stamped a few motifs before adding Arts Stones d Prima Marketing and spray ink. True to my habit, I left my chipboard to the natural. The flowers are made by hand, by me!

Scrap Fx products:

Love this kid

Flourish 21

For my second creation, “Just like daddy”, I used a paper in grunge style. I have plied a layer of clear gesso before using modeling paste using a stencil. I then applied a few different ink colors. My Scrap Fx chipboards are once again left to the natural!¬†The flowers are my creation!

Scrap Fx products:

Just like daddy

Steampunk border

Thank you for your visit!

Man of the house &; Autumn day

by Kerstin-Inga Peters | 0 comments


Today I’m back with a fall and a masculine inspired layout.

 Nothing is more beautiful and peaceful than strolling through the vibrantly coloured forest in the silence of nature. It was a golden autumn day, mild temperatures and sunshine, we picked mushrooms and berries, all perfect conditions for a perfectly relaxing day.

Scrap FX products

Painting Equipment Small

Forest frame


Countryside A Winter 

Some close up’s:

Trees in background with watercolour and stencil

A really wonderful and amazing frame with Burnt Copper Leaves embossing powder

(Emerald Dare Creek),

 Wordlet chipboard with a copper metallic paint and on the lower part black acrylic paint

Some cutting dies leaves, spiderweb and branches

autumn paints the leaves


And my inspiration for you – a masculine layout in grunge style

Man of the house – Who is meant ??? ūüėČ

 Scrap FX products

John and Harry stencil Small

Dad words

Brave Mini

Grungy brickwork stamp

Steampunk Silhouette


some close up’s
here I used an acrylic paint with a rust look on some places for a weathered grungy style


these black silhouettes are very filigree, I have cut them into several parts and reassembled

wordlet here with embossing powder Burnt copper Leaves and the Grungy brickwork stamp in background


wordlet painted with brown watercolor and stamped with a gear + blue ink

 John and Harry stencil Small  a very cool stencil was used with black stamp pad ink in background

Thanks for your visit!

Have a nice weekend!



Love this Kid & Home Sweet Home by Marie Johansson

by Marie Johansson | 0 comments

I¬īm here today to share my work with these pieces from Septembers new products; Metal & Stone Collage, Sweet Home Journal Frame, Houses in Row Stamp, Apartment Stamp, Love this Kid Wordlet, Brave etc mini.


The exploring combinations of paint, textures & Scrap FX products continues in my Art Journal. This spread was made using both a stencil & several pieces of chipboard from Scrap FX.

The Cool Circles Stencil form the base of this spread together with different mists from Tattered Angels. I simply applied Modeling paste trough the stencil, dried and applied layers of mists & water. When dry I added the chipboard that where embossed to get a grungy and colorful style.

Several colors of embossing powder makes the Love this Kid Wordlet look really cool. And the 13th & Brave etc mini looks pretty cool in other colors. They really pop I think.


This month I also made a layout about the surroundings to where I live.

The Home Sweet Home frame fits perfect to frame the name of my village and the House & Apartments stamps turned out great as background stamps.

I cut the Metal & Stone Collage in two to fit my design.


This is the products I used from the Scrap FX store:


  • 2017280 Metal & Stone collage
  • 2017282 Sweet Home Journal Frame
  • 2017288 Houses in Row Stamp
  • 2017289 Apartment Stamp
  • 2017306 Love this Kid
  • 2017304 Brave Etc Mini
  • 2016339 Cool circle stencil
  • 2016333-13 13th Mini

Thank you for visiting today!




12×12 layout and off the page – by Lynn Good

by Lynn Good | 0 comments

Hi everyone, Lynn here today to share a layout and an off the page project.

First up is my layout. ¬†This is a picture of my son’s beautiful girlfriend and their “Son” Knox.

I have used Blue Fern Studio Papers РHappy Accident.   For the background I have used a variety of stamps and used black ink or embossing powder.

The chicken wire chipboard has been painted with white gesso and then painted with  Finnabair Mica powder Рgold opal.

The title and swirly flourish have been painted with Prima Art Alchemy sparks paint – Butterfly Spells.

The flowers are from the 49 & Market collection.

The frame around the photo is a diecut from Die Namics- Single Stitches Rectangle.

Behind the flowers is a circle mold I created using gloss gel and Finnabair Opal Magic Powder Gold

Final touches include art stones, glitter and glass beads.

Here are some more close ups:



Scrap FX products used :

Capture the Moment

Chicken Wire

Flourish 12 Scribble

My Second project for today is the Scrap FX paintboard altered:


I have used Finnabair Art Alchemy Acrylic Paints – Sparks – Ginger Magic, Iris Potion and Mermaid Sparkle on this project.

The paint brushes have been embossed with Stampendous Embossing Powder – Tanzanite and Gold together with Ranger Embossing Powder – Turquoise.

Scrap FX Products Used:

Paint Board

Paint Brushes

Smaller paint brushes

Thanks for stopping by and until next time = happy crafting ūüôā

My Brother My Mate

by Renee Aslette | 0 comments

Hello There Scrap FX Friends,

It’s Renee here to share some scrappy creations.

My first share is a layout I created using the title My Brother My Mate.  Which is perfect to show the bond between my two boys.

I used the My Brother My Mate Mini chipboard and my trusty Posca Pens to colour it.

I wanted to get some different colours into the title.  By using the pens I was able to get finer detail.

Here are some close-ups:

On this layout I also used the Chevron Borders Chipboard.  I inked this piece with black Staz On.

My second share is an Art Journal page.  As soon as I laid my eyes on the amazing Houses in a Row stamp, I knew exactly what I wanted to do.

I am so happy with how it turned out.  Those colours just make me happy.

And I cannot believe how easy the stamps are to use.  I will be ordering myself some more stamps in the future.

Home is where your story begins.

The details on this stamp are just perfect, there was absolutely no bleeding at all.

Thanks so much for stopping by! xx

A bit of grunge mixed with a touch of pretty.

by Anguree Jansen Van Rensburg | 0 comments

Good morning dear friends

I am back on the blog today sharing two projects including this grungy page and some vintage birthday cards below.

She is

Scrap Fx Products used:

Fancy Feathers small

Compass Aim

I started by playing with my Geli plate and doing a quick print on the left of my page. Inspired by the All and Create Oceania Challenge, I added a thin piece of paperbark I collected on a bushwalk a couple of years ago.

Next I used one of the new stencils from the Strength in Numbers collection by 13@rts to create this image on a piece of acrylic sheet.

I coloured my chipboard pieces  with white Brilliance  ink and combined them with feathers to create a headpiece.

Last but not least I used Tim Holtz Big chat and Chit Chat stickers to tell the story and reveal some of the thoughts that inspired this page.

The next project I want to share with you is these Vintage Elegance cards I created for my recent classes in Brisbane.

Vintage Elegance cards

Scrap FX products used:


Happy Birthday, mini


The base  of each card was made using layers of  patterned paper, glitter paper, lace doilies and flowers.

All the chipbord embellishments were painted using Finnabair Alchemy acrylic paints.

Thank you so much for visiting today.

Till next time have fun xxx



by Claire Barrin | Comments Off on {Dad}

Hi there!

Today, I’ll present some dad related designs, with some of the latest chipboards released.

My first design is a layout.

I used the {DAD……….¬†chipboard as a title directly on my picture.

And I also added the Dad definition from the Dad Transparency on my picture.

I really love these transparencies’ effect.


Items used:


Dad Transparency



I’ll then show you 2 cards.

I used worked with inks on my backgrounds, then simply added a black cardstock frame, and centered a chipboard.

item used: Dad Words

item used: Dad collage MINI


I wish you a very pleasant day.


Gentlemen and Mermaids…… by Cindy Porter

by Cindy Porter | 1 Comment

Hi everyone, today I’m sharing my latest projects for Scrap FX, a Gentlemen Journal Page Spread and a Mermaid Mixed Media Canvas, using some of this months new releases…
I had loads of fun creating this double page journal spread…
close ups…. I used the new John and Harry stencil¬†in the large size ( they also come in a smaller size)… over my colourful background created with lots of Scrap FX stamps and stencils…
Here you can see the Scribble Script Stencil and Filmstrip stamp over the top of the Chicken Wire stamp, and
the new Apartments stamp, and
Houses in a Row stamp, and
the Grungy Brickwork stamp


I also used the¬†Chicken Wire stamp¬†around the page spread…
I again used the Grungy Brickwork stamp around the background of the journal page spread and edged the bottom of the spread using Notebook Edge Stamp
A couple more close ups…
One last look at the full journal spread…
Next up I have a mixed media Mermaid canvas to share full of loads of colour and texture…
I asked Jill if she would make me a larger version of the Mermaid corner¬†so that I could create this piece… and she is gorgeous in this larger size… not that she isn’t totally fabulous in the original size too….
I used the Angel Fish Stencil to create the fish on the canvas… it’s a super cool stencil…
I used the Free Spirit Phrase on the canvas…. love this phrase…
I added the new Surf Waves to the canvas for added details…
a close up of the large Mermaid corner…. ¬†isn’t she fabulous!!
One last look at the full canvas sitting on my easel at home…
till next time
thanks for joining me
Happy Creating


Mixed Media Layouts by Heike`s AugenBlick

by Heike Bruhn | 1 Comment

Hello everyone,

finally the Autumn has come here in Europe.

This season is my favourite season with all the Autumn colours from the nature.

Oh I love that….but anyway…

I created for you as inspiration: A masculine page.

With the fantastic stencil and chipboard from Scrap FX Australia.

John & Harry stencil SMALL


John & H arry stencil SMALL

And the chipboard.

Fly Fisherman

Just keep swimming:

close up:

I used on my second layout.

Blooming Butterfly Silhouette

And the chipboards.

Art Deco Panel SMALL


Rectangle Collage


close up:

Thank you so much for visiting today the Scrap FX Australia blog.

Have a nice crafty day. xoxo