Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Emma- **CRATE**

After a brief recess due to Scrap-A-Ganza, we are back to finish our Crate spotlight. At the end of the week, we will have projects from the SAG retreat to share with those who did not make it to the event.

Magic Moments
by Emma Trout

Bazzill cardstock
Patterned papers: Crate Paper (Prudence) - Charity, Discretion, Temperance.
(Avenue Collection) Style, Simple
Crate Paper Prudence accent rub-ons
Alphas- American Crafts Thickers (Platforms)
Basic Grey white choc chip (Beckham)
Heidi Swapp rub-ons (apple pie)
Doodlebug Simply Sweet (lily white)
Basic Grey designer rub-ons (cream)
Crafters Workshop template (dots and circles)
Big Bite (We R Memory Keepers)
Heidi Swapp small ghost clock face
Versa Colour ink (pinecone)
White pen- Ranger Inkessentials
Eyelets, brads, gems, flat back pearls, photo anchors, sequin waste, mesh, chalks, acrylic paints, sponge.

Glue the charity paper to the right of layout and trim excess (I set eyelets around the edge before adding to layout). Mark the position of the large circle of holes from the crafters Workshop template in the centre of layout and lightly sponge cream paint around this arc. Set clumps of eyelets using the Big Bite, brads, gems and flat back pearls.
Sponge blue acrylic paint in the centre of the circle. Apply a large rub-on that ‘threads through’ the eyelet/gems frame.
Arrange and circles, rectangles and torn pieces of patterned paper under your photo and glue in the centre of the layout. Apply another cream rub-on around the outside of the “Charity” circle. Apply grey chalk through sequin waste holes on the background Bazzill cardstock.
Apply Crate Paper accent rub-ons and the Heidi Swapp ghost clock to coloured paper, trim and add to layout. Add photo anchors with a brad and pearl to clock to form ‘hands’.
Add doodling details, mesh, painted corrugated card and a paper bow.
Finish with the title and journaling.


socialbutterfly said...
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socialbutterfly said...

saw this IRL!! it's truly a piece of art, em!! hugs!!

Mireille said...