Hello Scrap FX fans! Thank you for joining me today!
Today I present you two layouts featuring new chipboards.
To start , here’s Family memories .
For my background, I first used the new stencil brick.
I then used the magicals powder by Lindy Stamp Gang.
To my chipboard, I simply used embossing powder .
Scrap FX products used:
Here is my second layout, “Little helper”. I used tissue wrap, spray inks and the brick stencil for my background. I also used a stamp Scrap FX . My chipboard pieces were altered with embossing powder .
Scrap FX products used:
Claire here to share some designs with the new products.
My first layout was inspired by the Blowing Bubbles chipboard.
On the background I stamped a few times the Letter & Number Rings stamps with Rainbow like colours (I used waterbased felt pens) to remind the bubbles od the pictures.
I also added some bricks from the Brick Stencil that I just outlinedwith a black pen.
I tainted the Blowing Bubbles chipboard again with Rainbow colours and had a little black at the edges.
Among the novelties from this month are the new #French words. They are just so perfect for me.
Item used: #French
Letter & Number Rings stamps
The second layout is really different as the background is essentially worked with medium gel and watercolours.
I applied a thick layer of medium heavy gel, then made a “print” with the chipboards before letting it dry.
Once it has dried, I added heavy watercolours on the “printed” parts and underlined it partially with a black pen.
And finally, I used the Engineer chipboard that I tainted in black as a part of my title.
Mechanics of a Man
I hope you enjoyed these.
Have a nice day (:
Hi there Scrap FX fan! It’s Riikka here to share a couple of layouts with you using the latest collection with different trades. The other page is about the love of machines and the other one about a young scientist.
For the layout on top I documented some step photos while I was working on the page.
Like in all my pages I started by making a mixed media inspired background. For this piece I used washi tape, the “House and Home” stamp and the “Brick” stencil. The words are stamped using Archival Ink and the bricks are made with Modeling Paste.
Next I added some mist on top and then made the paper layers behind the photo. I also attached a film strip to the page with staples.
Next it was time to attach some of the embellishments. I embossed the crane, the semi-trailer and the dozer with yellow embossing powder and added them to the page. I also added a word sticker on top of the film strip.
Then it was time to finish the page with some more embellishments and details. I added one of the words from the “#French” set to the upper left corner, the title on top of the film strip and a couple of stickers here and there. I also added a flair button and a couple of stars to the page.
The topic is my daughters’s love for heavy machinery. Even they both like their princess dresses and glitter, both have been intrigued from an early age with cranes, trucks and tractors. I could have done the page from either of my daughters, but I chose to go with my younger one as she’s more into gadgets of all sorts.
Materials from Scrap FX:
2016259 – House and Home stamp
2016260 – Brick stencil
2011151 – Film Strips
2016237 – Crane and Bobcat
2016236 – Cement Mixer and Semi-Trailer
2016235 – Backhoe and Dozer
2016258 – #French
2014238 – Seeing Stars
With this other page I did something special – and used a white cardstock as the background instead of a patterned paper. But I still carried on with quite similar steps like in the first page – first build a mixed media background, then added my photo and layered papers and then the embellishments.
For this page I started by adding some watercolors to the cardstock. On top I then stamped the words using the “House and Home” stamp and watersoluble oil pastels. On top I then created a pattern using the “Art Deco” stencil and Modeling Paste. After it had dried I then added my layered papers and photo. I mixed a piece from the “Vocational” transparency in the layers also.
I used the “Scientist” chippie as my main title but added a word from the “#French” set in there as well. The embelishments include a light bulb from the “Light Bulbs” set and some “Microbes”, all colored black. As the finishing touch I added some doodled circles here and there using the “Random Dots” stencil as my guide.
Where the first page was about my younger, I made the other page about my older daughter. Like in the first page, I could have done this page about both of them, but they are very different scientist types, my girls. Where as my younger is more hands on (“I wonder what will happen if I push this”), my older is more of a philosopher and physicist (“I probably will figure out what will happen if that is pushed if I ponder it for a while”). One of her favorite things to ask and think about when she was younger was how rain and thunder works, that’s why I chose to go with that picture.
Materials from Scrap FX:
2016259 – House and Home stamp
2016148 – Art Deco stencil
2016257 – Vocational Transparency
2016243 – Scientist
2012333 – Light Bulbs
2016035 – Microbes
2016258 – #French
2013172 – Random Dots stencil
Thank you for your visit today! Wishing you a lovely day!
Hi Scrap FX fans, thanks for joining me here…
Today I am sharing my latest project “Play…”
Another layout of my niece….. she’s such a little character…
for my title I used the “Play…
” wordlet…. I love this saying what a fabulous way to live life…
I used the new Nieces mini word from the Relatives theme pack and chopped off the “s” for this layout… doesn’t it look fabulous painted up with Twinkling H20’s and a little bit of Vivid True Silver for added highlights…
I sat the mini title on top of the small Nautilus shell… which was also painted up with the glorious Vivid True Silver…
For my background along with my stamping and Twinkling H2O’s I also used one of my favourite stencils the Random Dots Stencil along with the Circles stencil for my crackle paste…
Scrap FX products used:
Relatives theme pack
small Nautilus shell
Random Dots Stencil
till next time
by Anguree Jansen Van Rensburg | 0 comments
Hello dear friends
I’m back, and as promised I have 3 mixed media cards to share, or two cards and a tag if you want to be more specific.
ScrapFX Products used: Art Deco stencil, Flourish Y, Chickenwire Heart, Scribble Sentiments
I started with cutting out 2 tags out of 7 Dots Paper. Yet once I chosen a matt for them it occurred to me that the tags would look gorgeous as a cards, so I steered away from the original plan.
Next I added some Colour Blast paste using the Art Deco Stencil. I chose to do a light and a dark card rather than doing two of the same.
Once the paste was dry, I added some grey stamping to the light card and white stamping to the dark card.
Both tags were attached to the matting pieces using pieces of chipboard between the tag and tag matts to create texture.
Next I added a small piece of vintage lace to each card.
I needed a Matt for each group of embellishments and decided to spray 2 doilies with the same colours of Colour Blast shimmer spray as the pastes I used.
Once dry, I started laying out my chipboard pieces on the card.
(You will note that I changed the original chipboard design to separate the words from the scribble circles they were embedded in. I also cut the chicken wire mesh from the heart. So don’t ever be scared to cut your chipboard to suit the purpose of your project.)
I prepared them with gesso and embossed in similar colours as the pastes. Yet I later decided to paint my words with silver instead to highlight it more.
I adhered a couple loops of string and flowers to the left of each card. Next I adhered the chipboard, a couple of feathers and some enamel dots.
I matted both cards onto white card bases, but it still needed something extra so I decided on some pink paint splatters.
The tag was created in in same fashion, except I added paint splatters as soon as the paste was dry.
I then added the embellishments and leftover chipboard pieces in a similar way to match the other 2 cards.
Well I hope you enjoyed visiting the blog today and look forward to your input and thoughts on it.
Please stay tuned for more projects by my fellow design team members and be sure to visit us again.
Till next time, have fun creating.
Laura is back today to share two more layouts.
* MOMENTS *
Mojo hit me at night to create my next layout so I could not take photos of my process…..but the end product is a lot of fun!
I used the Anchor and Chain, Shells, and the phrase Moments To Remember. To alter them I used ‘Squeezed lemonade’ distress ink and dandelion yellow embossing powder and Prima Opal Magic pink- blue.
I did some wet distressing by trimming the papers then spraying them with water, crumpling them into a ball, then laying them out. I tucked the chipboard shells in the layers, and I added the anchor and chain.
This was a fun and cheery layout to create!
My final project I wanted to create another grungy feeling project…
For this one I used the ‘together is a wonderful place’ to be wordlet and the art deco flourish.
I started by covering the chipboard with gesso, then I used the Brusho colours in Burnt sienna and olive green.
I sprayed each piece with water…..added the brushos, then spritzed with more water to create the grungy look I wanted.
*TOGETHER IS A WONDERFUL PLACE TO BE *
The chipboard turned out pretty cool…..
I altered some cheesecloth with the brusho’s and tucked it in here and there then added some gold pearls to it and the flourish………done!
Thanks Laura for your gorgeous layouts, and playing with Scrap FX products!
by Julia Kissel | Comments Off on Provence layout by Julia
I’m back with a new tender layout for you.
This work was ordered as a present for a woman who loved French Provencial.
I have been experimenting, and created the page in a custom size A4 (8,5 х 11 inches)
Then I put it in a wooden frame and we got the perfect gift.
The dried flowers, chamomiles, butterflies,
chipboards Field of Flowers (2012178)
and stamp Field of Flowers (2013258)
made my work romantic and tender.
The huge chipboard I have divided into several parts. And I still have leftovers for other works.
Chipboard covered by acrylic crackle paint and sprays,
and the wordlet Those were the Days (2016150) also covered with the same crackle acrylic paint.
Thanks for watching!
Have a good time!
by Kasia Bogatko | 1 Comment
it’s Kasia here with my new layout with great family photo.
I used Heartscrawl chipboard and Butterfly Silhouette to add layers to my project.
Have a nice day!
by Kerstin-Inga Peters | Comments Off on Play on by Kerstin F.
Welcome scrappy fans!
it’s a memory on a beautiful time by the sea.
Some dogs enjoying a game in the sea, it is always a great fun and joy to watch them.
Scrap FX products
Some details for you all:
The stamp is also very suitable to cut!
Chipboard was painted with some metallic paints in silver and ice blue
Stormy sea waves
with white gesso, blue spray paint and water in a spray bottle
Thanks for your visit
Happy crafting !
by Kareen Brochu-Harvey | Comments Off on Chipboards all the way!
Hi crafty friends,
KareenBH here with you. I hope you always have fun with Scrap FX products because,
I always have a lot of fun using them on my pages haha!
Today, I show you 3 layouts using chipboards as an eyes catching.
The first one, I used a chipboard as a title:
On of my favorite word of all time:
Enjoying Life (2016094)
The second one, I used chipboards as embellishments (and title haha):
Anchor & Chain (2013397)
Wild About You (2016225)
I almost forgot that I have used this amazing
stencil too with turquoise/mint paint:
Seaweed Stencil (2016092)
And the last one, I used chipboard to create a nice « trash » background:
I love this one SO SO much:
Love Scribble Frame (2014119)
Scribble Roses (2015119)
I hope you like those little inspiration!
Thank you, much love.
– KareenBH –