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Brotherhood – by Renee Aslette

by Renee Aslette | 0 comments

Hi There Friends, It’s Renee here, to share some masculine projects I have created using lots of new release products. My first share is a layout, which is all about the boys. The Brotherhood. I got a little grungy with this layout. Here are some close-ups: I used the Script Transparency as part of the […]

Cute -By Christine

by Christine David | Comments Off on Cute -By Christine

Hi everyone Today it’s my turn to show you my first layout of March. After all these gray months I needed colors.   I began by stamping a pattern of bricks with thick Gesso. I applied black gesso on my chipboard and then embossed it with pink embossing powder. I cut this chipboard to make […]

Creativity by Kerstin

by Kerstin-Inga Peters | Comments Off on Creativity by Kerstin

Welcome! Today two new inspirations with some chipboards and stencils from Scrap FX. As I saw the wordlet ‘Creativity is contagious – Pass it on’  I thought yes that’s right and very suitable for an art journal page. I chose a grunge altered style with only few colours on a torn piece of cardstock. With the ‘Splat […]

Hooked on Art Journaling

by Scarlett Salamone | Comments Off on Hooked on Art Journaling

Hey ScrapFX Peeps! Scarlett with you today to share some recent art journal pages featuring a combination of new release items and some older goodies as well. Let me tell you, my heart got tiny flutters when I saw this month’s release. As a former little people teacher, letters and numbers are my thing! This […]

Believe in yourself

by Anguree Jansen Van Rensburg | Comments Off on Believe in yourself

Hello dear friends I’m back sharing this layout featuring some of our brand new chipboard pieces and transparencies here at Scrap FX. Scrap FX Products used: Alphabet Tangle SMALL Alphabet Collage transparency Grunge Shape D Grunge Shape set I affixed the Alphabet Collage transparency in the white areas of my 13arts cardstock using gel medium. Next I […]

A Picture Paints a Thousand Words

by Lynn Good | Comments Off on A Picture Paints a Thousand Words

Hi everyone, Lynn here to share a layout that I have created using a photo of a recent trip to Melbourne. Here are some close ups: I have used Distress Oxides to create the background and Dylusion paint to colour the ripped up bandage.  The chipboard has been colourd with black ink. The paint can […]

Check out these new products………..!!!

by admin | Comments Off on Check out these new products………..!!!

Hi Everyone! It’s time to share the new products that the design team will be ‘playing’ with this month……a Letters and Numbers theme…….lots of numbers and writing in stamps, chipboard, stencils, silhouettes and transparencies. First up we have single collage alphabet letters from A to Z:    Alphabet Tangle  (large and small) Playful Chipboard alphabet      Alphabet in […]

Layout and art journal -By Christine

by Christine David | Comments Off on Layout and art journal -By Christine

Hi everyone! Today I show you my last creations of the month of February. To start a layout of my son playing video game and who does not want anyone to disturb him while he plays. For the background I used a stencil with Yellow Distress Oxides and another stencil with Modeling paste and stamps. […]

Life Thoughts on Projects

by Scarlett Salamone | 1 Comment

Hey ScrapFX Peeps! Scarlett on the blog today sharing some projects featuring ScrapFX goodies and positive thoughts on life. This cheeky little girl of mine just turned 18!! Ahhhh!!!, thankful I scrap. 😉 This picture is a favorite of mine and I’m quite sure I’ve scrapped it before but this time I had a blast […]

BOY ZONE layouts by Renee Aslette

by Renee Aslette | Comments Off on BOY ZONE layouts by Renee Aslette

Hi There, This month for my Scrap FX project sharing I have declared a BOY ZONE!! Today I am sharing with you, two layouts that feature January New Release products. I created this layout by beginning with the background.  I used the Gasket Stencil and a Tim Holtz blending tool to rub over the stencil. […]