Friday, 26 February 2016


For this Project you will need:

Fabscraps- C80 005, C80 006, C80 008
Fabscraps chipboards- DC80 001, DC80 005, DC80 010
Fabscraps stencil- Jagged Arrow DS 040
One12" x 12" sheet of chipboard 
One 12" x 12" sheet of black cardstock 
One 6" x 6" sheet of black cardstock 
Black Soot Distress ink 
Ranger Gold embossing powder
Ranger Black embossing powder 
Stampendous Shabby White embossing enamel 
Heat gun 
Tacky tape
Foam tape
Metal embellishments, mulberry flowers and rhinestones 


For the base take the black cardstock 12" x 12" and adhere it to the chipboard using tacky tape.

Next take the base pattern paper C80 008 (Hashtag) trim it down to 11.75" x 11.75", now adhere it to the base over the black cardstock. Next take the stencil DS 040 Jagged Arrow and stencil it like in the picture using black soot distress ink.

Make some holes and add brads to left corner.

Take the Chipboard embellishment Silhouette Skyline and cut off the frame. Now heat emboss it with black embossing powder and adhere it to the base using tacky glue. 

Take a black cardstock and trim it down to 5.25" x 6.25" and layer it with a 5" x 6" pc from the C80 007 (Staycation). Adhere it to the base as in the picture. 

Take a pc of white cardstock measuring 8.2" x 2" inches and layer it with a pc of 7.75" x 2" patterned paper from the C80 006 (Togethering).

Next take a pc of white cardstock measuring 3.75" x 5.2" and layer it with a 3.5" x 5" pc from C80 005 (Type T).
Take a black carstock and trim it down to 3.75" x 4.5" and add a photograph measuring  3.5" x 4.25".

Decorate it with the emellishments

For the pearl dots you can use black onyx liquid pearl and bronze liquid pearl.

Heat emboss the super star chipboard with gold glitter embossing powders.

Trim the fence chipboard and  paint with inka gold -silver and gold.

Use lindy stamp gang's any brown coloured mist on the photo corners n on the 1st layer of the layout.

Create a shadow around whole pc using silk acrylic glaze.

Random gold embossing splatters using stampedeous shabby embossing powder for finishing.

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