Hi everyone! This is my first post for Vilda Stamps! I was so excited to receive my beautiful stamps in the mail! Today I have a card to share with you.
For this card I used Donna Salazar's Antiquities Collection and Artistic Papers.
I created the rose using Donna Salazar's Rose Creations dies by Spellbinders. The chipboard corner (Ornate Corner #10 DA0556) is manufactured by The Dusty Attic.
The edges of the cover were punched and stitched by hand.
I used the 'Splashbakgrund' (V283) stamp and Jasmine Mix'd Media Inx embossing powder to create this splattered effect. The background paper was misted with water and Smooch Spritz.
This is the backside of the cover. I applied fiber paste using a template to create the chicken wire pattern. The chipboard cogs are also made by The Dusty Attic.
I dry embossed the chipboard cogs (Cogs#2 DA0002) with an embossing folder and heat embossed the raised pattern using Leather Mix'd Media Inx embossing powder.
(I had to sneak in an eyelet. LOL)
The sentiment was stamped and embossed using the 'Best Wishes' (V636) stamp.
Mini Cogs DA0689
Hello everyone! This is aspecial layout I made as a tribute to my Dusty Attic sisters. There are 17 of us and I had to somehow fit us all onto one layout! So I decided to create a gatefold double layout.
I used fiber paste to create a brick pattern and added color with spray ink.
The chipboard flourish (Corner Flourish #2 DA0629) is manufactured by The Dusty Attic. I used Liquid Scrap Dots to adhere the florurish to the corrugated board. The large flower in the corner was hand-made using the Rose Creations dies by Spellbinders and 450 Quick Dry Adhesive. (A tutorial will be posted soon!)
The Grass Border (DA0659) and Vintage Nameplate (DA0463) are also chipboard elements that were painted and inked. I love the dimension chipboard adds to any project.
This is the inside of my layout. Look at all of those photos! LOL! Each photo was adhered using Helmar Zapdots and 450 Quick Dry in order to layer the photos on top of one other.The papers I used are by Susiebee Studios.
This layout was inspired by this week's sketch over at Creative Scrappers.
I used numerous punches to create decorative borders throughout the layout. The large blue flower was cut from one of the cute papers.
The butterfly is from Karla's Kreative Korner. She has many beautiful, handmade goodies in her shop.
The house was also cut from the Susiebee Studios papers. I adhered it to my layout using Zapdots for added dimension.
(Picket Fence DA0175)
(Picket Fence DA0175)
The sections of my layout were joined with hemp cord laced through eyelets.
(Swirl Vine #2 DA0621)
The title letters were fussy cut and the borders were hand-stitched to help them stand out. Again, I used Zapdots to add dimension. I think it is one of my all time favorite adhesives!
(Chicken Wire Panel DA0177)
The distressed paper in the background was torn from Donna Salazar's Crafty Chronicle.
Hi everyone! Natasha here with a journal I created using Donna Salazar's Antiquities Collection. This is the first journal I have ever created and I had so much fun making it!
Let me show you all of the yummy products I used!
This flower was created using Donna Salazar's Rose Creations dies. I will be posting a tutorial soon so keep an eye out! :o)
I created the holes to bind the book using the Zutter Bind-it-All. I threaded hemp cord through the holes to bind my journal together.
How awesome is this cluster of sprockets?! The chipboard Nestaboard Sprightly Sprockets are manufactured by Want2Scrap and they coordinate perfectly with Donna's Sprightly Sprockets Dies. I then added the Nestabling that also coordinates perfectly! I layered the sprockets on top of each other using foam squares for added dimension.
The distressed paper around the edges of the corrugated board comes from The Crafty Chronicle.
This gorgeous ornate element is a Design Adhesive by Clearsnap. You just peel and stick the adhesive and add glitter or embossing powder. I used Jasmine Mix'd Media Inx embossing powder to create this beautiful texture.
The background is made of Corrugated Board by Zutter. I added a touch of color using Mix'd Media Inx and embossing powder in the color Chiffon.
The 'dreamer' chippie is manufactured by The Dusty Attic. I have a huge collection of these fabulous chippies that I store on my Clip It Up Main Base and Upper Tier. It is the perfect organizational solution for my chippie collection.
I created this effect on the inside of both the front and back cover by adhering torn pieces of The Crafty Chronicle and Antiquities papers.
Each pocket is made from Artistic Papers. These heavy weight papers are amazing! They are perfect to use with mediums, inks, paints... anything! I inked them with Smooch Spritz to create this look. The pockets were then adhered to corrugated board.
The quotes are cut from The Crafty Chronicle. This newsletter has so many uses and is one of my favorite products! I punched a border along the top of the pocket and hand-stitched the edges.
To add a little more texture, I stamped the corner with embossing ink and applied embossing powder.
The inside journal pages are made from cardstock and the edges were punched with a variety of different border punches.
The back of each pocket divider was altered with white opaque flakes and colored with Smooch Spritz.
The remaining dividers were altered and decorated in the same manner as the first.
The corners of the dividers (and the cover) are embellished with Zutter Rivets. I used Donna's Creative Page Tabs dies to cut tabs for each section.
Hope you enjoyed my journal! Wishing you all a beautiful holiday!