I’ve really enjoyed seeing those “First Day of school” photos on Facebook & Instagram. It is always fun to look back at them as the years go by. Today I’m sharing a layout that I created of my Nieces, Averie (3rd grade) and Addie (pre-k). This photo was shared by my Sister-Inlaw in Instagram. Thanks Ashley for letting me use this photo!
Hi everyone! I have a visual journal page that I created using Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft Textural Accents Gel Medium and Glass Bead Glitter Gel! I used materials from the August Scrapbooking From The Inside Out "Liberation" kit along with the Textural Accents.
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Hi everyone, Mou here with today's project:
Hi everyone, Mou here with today's pictorial of an ocean tag!
To make this tag, I used:
Brush on gesso to the tag.
Ink up shell stamps with Stamper's Big Brush pen to cover only the areas you want to stamp.
Color the stamped shells with Aquarelle watercolor pencils. Blend colors with wet brush.
Color the background with Gelatos colors and blend with wet brush.
Apply Whipped Spackle through stencil on the tag with palette knife. Add a 3D sticker to embellish the tag.
Tie twine to the tag to finish.
Hope you enjoyed today's tutorial and would make your own ocean tag.
First of all, grab yourself a piece of cardboard. I took off most parts of it's first layer. It's helpful to wet the cardboard previously.
Hi, Madoka here.
I'd like to share the way of making orginal paper using the products of Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft®.
This is the layout of "Tanabata".
"Tanabata" is a Japanese Star Festival that celebrates the meeting of the deities Orihime and Hikoboshi.
According to legend, the Milky Way separates these lovers, and they are allowed to meet only once a year on July 7th on the Milky Way.
In Japan people generally celebrate this day by writing the wishes on "Tanzaku" which is small pieces of paper and hanging them on bamboo trees with other decorations.
The bamboo trees with decorations are colorful and very beautiful.
And this event is full of many hopes and dreams.
So I tried to express that dreamy atmosphere.
Hello everyone. Terri here. Today I want to share with you a layout I completed using several different Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® products. So, let's get started! First, here's a look at what I have created.
I love creating my own backgrounds for layouts. I think my pictures deserve mini works of art to showcase them! (This is my oldest son in Spain last summer)
I began with a 12 x 12 sheet of kraft cardstock. To create some layers I first stamped with a world map stamp randomly on the background using a Dark Indigo Stamper’s Big Brush Pen. These are a staple in my craft bag. I rarely use inks to stamp anymore because these pens are permanent india ink. They come is so many colors and are very versatile. Just color directly onto your stamp and viola! Perfection!
Love your project. Thanks for sharing the technique.
Fantastic colors. Love those splatters.
The card is gorgeous. Thank you for the inspiration.
Thank you for sharing. I am pulling out stencils right now to try to create these clever cards.
It's very beautiful. Love all the details and the colors used. Thanks for sharing,
Wow ! Its WOnderful ,loved the bg and the colors.Thanks for sharing !
FABULOUS card and tutorial - THANK YOU Limor!!!
... I can see that my 2 metallic Gelatos NEED lots more crafty friends!!!