Wednesday, 8 October 2014

Stitch in Time Layout

This is one of our new Fabscraps Collections that has been lunched is Oh Sew Beautiful!

Thank you, Tina this is a appealing project done with cardinal details....

For you at home to try your hand at this beautiful creation follow the below instructions.

Stitch in Time Layout

Done by Fabulicious DT Member: Tina Ollett

For This Project You Will Need

  • FabScraps Gentleman’s Club - C66 004
  • FabScraps Oh! Sew Beautiful - C68 002
  • FabScraps Oh! Sew Beautiful - C68 001
  • FabScraps Scissors and Mannequin-1pp - DC68 008
  • FabScraps Decorative Border - DC67 008
  • FabScraps Stitch in Time - DC68 002
  • Cardstock (Steel Grey and Rusty Brown Colours)
  • Lindy’s Stamp Gang Embossing Powders (Queens Sheba’s Silver)
  • Foliage Die
  • Liquid Pearls (Copper Pearl)
  • Prima Resin Clock
  • Assortment of Flowers (I used Prima and Petaloo for this layout)
  • Distress Inks (Vintage Photo and Walnut Stain, Black Soot)

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  1. Take FabScraps C68 002 and make a 3cm framework. Distress the inner and outer framework and ink with Vintage Photo Distress Ink. Adhere the outer framework to a distress Steel Grey Cardstock.
  2. Take FabScraps C68 001 and cut from the left corner a square measuring 24.5cm. Distress and ink this as previous. Adhere to centre of layout. Take C68 002 Inner Square and fold back top left and bottom right corners as shown. Roll the top left corner. Adhere this to the centre of layout.
  3. Dress Chipboards (Title, Border have been gessoed and liberally covered with Liquid Pearls (Copper Pearl). Once dried I have inked with Walnut Stain and Black Soot distress inks. The Chipboard Scissors were dressed using Lindy’s embossing powder (Queen Sheba Silver). I then cut the border into segments to give the illusion that it runs the length of the layout.
  4. Cut 4 foliage segments using die of your choice. Ink the edges with Black Soot Distress Inks.
  5. You can start to embellish page by firstly adhering down the lace to run across the base of layout under and over folded corner. Adhere cut segments of chipboard border over the lace. Adhere mounted photo which has been inked over the left corner fold and under the right corner fold.
  6. Tuck in foliage and adhere flowers as seen in layout. Lastly adhere cut up title and chipboard scissors. I also added a second piece of cardstock (a rusty brown colour) to the back of the layout and distressed the top layers a little more.
  7. Your layout is ready to be framed and hung!
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