Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Ocean Waves - FabScraps Layout

Happy Wednesday!!

Here in the Western Cape, it is a cold rainy day . . . perfect scrapping weather :-)!!  So you know where I'll be spending my time today!

Recently I have received a box of gorgeous FabScraps goodies to play with.  And I know most of you have already seen the Beachcomber Collection . . . It is STUNNING!!  Here is a little something I created with this collection.

Ocean Waves
You will need:
1 x C65 007
1 x C64 005
1 x C64 006
1 x C64 001
1 x C64 008
DC64 015
DC64 005
DC64 013
MC64 001A – Lighthouse Die Cut
1 x Craft Cardstock
Flowers
Burlap
Embossing Powder
Twine
Stamps
Border Punch

Distress Ink

Instructions:
Use C64 007 as the base of your layout.
Cut a strip of 11” x 3” from C64 005.  Distress the right edge and ink the edges.
Place at an angel on your base, appr. 0.5” from the top.
Tear a strip of paper from your craft cardstock, and cut 7”.  Clue down 1.75” from the right edge.
Using your border punch, punch one edge from C64 006.  Cut the punched edge to give you a 2” strip.  Layer with the craft cardstock strip.
Cut C64 001 down to 8” x 11.25”.  Distress your edges and ink before placing on your layout.
From your craft cardstock, cut 1 x 6.5” x 7.5” piece. Distress your edges and ink before placing on your layout.
From C64 008 cut 1 x 6” x 7” piece. Distress your edges and ink before placing on your layout.
Randomly stamp pattern, images and text on your layout.
Using DC64 015 chipboard lighthouse, ink thoroughly, and then glue down the matching piece from the Die Cuts.
Place on your layout.
Add your photo.
Cut 2 x pendants from the craft cardstock and 2 x from C64 006.
Glue down the pendants as shown on layout.
Add burlap, twine and flowers.
Using an embossing machine and folders, emboss 3 pieces from DC64 013.
Using heat embossing, emboss DC64 005 and the 3 pieces from DC64 013 using blue, brown and pewter embossing powder.
Add to your layout ... And your done!

Thanks for stopping by today!  Have a GREAT day!!


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