Nov 16, 2012

Fab November Layouts

Today we are sharing layouts from Sally and Anita using the November Monthly Pack.  The Fab Scraps kit has some wonderful earthy textures, with a bit of heritage thrown in.  The stickers and paper packs that supplement these papers are gorgeous, not to mention the Flower Making Die Cut Papers.  Call into the Wodonga store and check them out!
Monthly Pack
Where Did She Go? by Sally Clark (CT)
I created a torn and rolled frame in the top layer of paper and adhered the photo to the base card beneath the rolled frame.
I fussy cut some leaves and a large flower and mounted them to the tag. A thin layer of Dimensional Magic over the flower creates a little more depth.
To make a ribbon slide - glue some paper to thick cardstock and punch a circle using a circle punch. Sand and ink the edges of the circle and cut a slit on each side of the circle. Cover the circle with Dimensional Magic and thread ribbon through slits when dry.
A bit of journalling onto the dictionary insert blends in nicely with the layout.  Well done Sally, a great layout.
Sketch Challenge
Our Little Princess by Anita Bownds (CT)
Anita has used a bit of masking and stamping on her layout, creating a lovely background.  The handmade rolled flowers have come up a treat, as the fussy cutting.
The bunting has been layered after lightly distressing, and the webbing has made a nice little line to attach them to.  Beautiful layout Anita, well done.

I hope you have been inspired to grab yourself a pack to play with before they all go!

Janet

4 comments:

Anita said...

Lovely layout Sally,love the photo...
Hugs Anita..xx

Claire said...

Fab take on the sketch Anita - love your masked background and beautiful handmade flowers.

Great photo Sally - the ribbon slide looks great. Young and carefree eh? I remember those days...

Deb said...

Oh Sally, love your frame - looks sensational. Love the fussy cut flowers and Dimensional Magic as well

Anita, fabulous masking and stamping. Love your rolled flowers too

Deb ♥

Sal said...

Great LO Anita. Love the stamping and masking background.