Beachy Girls Scrapbook Page by Jess
It's Jess here again today to show you a fun and easy scrapbook layout I created using Rinea Foiled Paper and Rita Barakat's awesome stamp & stencil! This is an 8x8 page and came together quite quickly once all my elements were dry!
The supplies I used for this page:
- Rinea Emerald Starstruck Foiled Paper
- Rinea Glossy Sapphire Blue Foiled Paper
- Blue, Green & White Cardstock
- Glue Dots
- adhesive tape
- patterned paper of choice
- glimmer spray (mine was Heidi Swapp)
- Nuvo Crystal Drops - White
- Nuvo Glitter Accents - Fresh Snowfall
For this project, I used pieces from the Misfits Variety Pack (Crafters Pack 6x12). I used the Glossy Sapphire Blue and the stencil! I took a pencil and traced the pattern through HARD enough to raise it up, then use sandpaper to rough it up. I actually re-applied the stencil and used some Nuvo Glitter Accents and a palette knife to apply the glitter through the stencil over top of the distress stenciled image! Are you still with me? Basically, I stenciled it twice :) I layered it onto a piece of Starstruck Silver Foiled Paper and cut in half.
You can see where I adhered the one half of this stencil portion - on the right-hand side of my page! What did I do with the other half? Simple - die cut little flowers! You can see those scattered across the center of the page. I used the Emerald Starstruck Foiled Paper to mat my 4x4 photos.
See in the background? I actually used the Rita Barakat Fairy Girl stamp again - this time as a mask and stamp! To do that - I simply laid the stamp with the actual rubber part upwards (think opposite of regular stamping) and sprayed with a glimmer spray a few times. Now I created a masked area under the stamp - and inked up my stamp at the same time! While it was still wet, I quickly turned over the stamp and stamped with an inked up stamp! I thought it turned out super cute!
A few more Glitter Accents were used with my flower trail. All the flowers were built and adhered with Glue Dots (perfect for fussy work!).
There you have it - a cute summertime page! I hope you will make time this fall to scrap your summer memories.
See you soon!