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Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Laugh - CREATE magazine - Scrapbook Generation

It is that time again....the July issue of CREATE is available for download now.  The magazine is downloadable HERE and the free sketches are available HERE.    The magazine is choc-a-block full of ideas and inspiration. This month the featured manufacturer is WeR Memory Keepers and Bazzill.  I want to share the first of 6 layouts that is published in this month's magazine.  For this challenge we had to use a stencil or mask.  Here is my page:


Product list:  Patterned papers: Prima: Cardstock: American Craft: Sticker: Prima; Wood Veneer: Prima: Chipboard: 2Crafty; Flowers: Prima: Lace: Prima; Title chipboard: Celebr8; Punches: EK Success, Martha Stewart; Stencil: Tim Holtz; Texture Paste: Daler-Rowney; Butterfly diecut and leaves: Silhouette Studio.

This is my process with using stencils or masks:

Step one:  Decide where you want your photo stack to go and draw a rough outline with a pencil.
Step two:  Choose your stencil and place it where you want the medium you are using to be visible.  
Step three:  Apply texture paste through the stencil with a palette knife.  Be careful to not smudge when removing the stencil.
Step four:  Leave to dry or dry with a heat gun.

Some close ups:

 I added some texture paste through the stencil behind my photo stack as well as to the corner where I wanted to add a little cluster.

 I added the large butterfly that I cut with the Silhouette Cameo to the back of my photo stack.

 A little flower cluster with some Silhouette cut leaves mixed in.

 You can get a wonderful effect when you use lots of layers.

 Here you get an idea of my layering.  I use my Tim Holtz tiny attacher to keep all the layers together.

Please download the CREATE magazine and be inspired by the Design Team.  If you are a South African please remember my monthly give away for July!!!  You can comment to enter HERE.

xx

14 comments:

  1. Your page is fabulous and I adore the large butterfly! I never think to over enlarge cut files but I could be trying it out this weekend. Thanks for sharing Lynette. xx

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  2. Beautiful Page Linette !!! Surprisingly, such a large butterfly looked very effectively!

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  3. Love, love, love and adore......that big butterfly really caught my eye. And the texture....simple, but oh, SOOOO effective. And that li'l touch of lace. Perfect. You've inspired me to use the pile I have going mouldy [does lace moulder??!!!] in a different way. Thank you:):)

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  4. This is soooooooooo gorgeous! I loveeeeeeee the use of that butterfly and LOVING the layers! Pinning this!!!!!

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  5. Hi Lynette what a wonderful bold layout. Love the texture , the butterfly and all the layers, so glad that you got your groove back.x

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  6. There is lots of inspiration in that mag! Love this layout! I think that photo is so lovely and full of happiness! Love all the layers just peeking out and love the subtle stencilling too! Precious moment scrapped beautifully!

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  7. I looked at all your pages in the magazine and again am in awe of your talent my friend.

    GORGEOUS page with an absolutely gorgeous subject!!!

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  8. Totally gorgeous Lynette...love all your layering in under the photo - the butterfly & chipboard pieces look brilliant!

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  9. Such a cute photo, and I love the layers and the butterfly behind it, Lynette!

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  10. I think this is a unique way to scrap that photo - very pretty!

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  11. Loving all of your layers! A fun page for a fun little girls. She is one cutie!

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  12. Such a fun page and the photo is so fun too! Love the bright sunny colours...perfect for this giggling girlie! ;-)

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