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Project - Ski Hill Layout
by heatherg23
posted 01/22/12 at 06:14 PM
Galleries: Scrapbooking

Background paper is by KI Memories “Leafy Calender” #4851
Bo Bunny Midnight Frost
Bo Bunny Midnight Frost Flurry
The Paper Studio, Blue Country Crackle

Faded Jeans Distress Ink
Adirondack Sail Boat Blue Pigment Ink Pad
Adirondack Alcohol Inks: Sail Boat Blue and Stonewash
Brillance Moonlight white

Cricut and Fabulous Finds Cartridge
Ink Dabber
K and Co sticker ribbon
The Paper Studio Chipboard
Fiskars Tis the Season clear stamps
White Paper Frills
Clear Embossing Powder
Celebrate it, Christmas Felt Snowman

I started by cutting out 2 circles in Bo Bunny paper. There sizes are 4 x 4 and 6 x 6 inches. Next as you can see in the sketch I needed 3 strips of paper. One I made from Paper Frills. It's the scalloped piece. I didn't have blue embossing powder so I stamped snowflakes on it with Adirondack Sail Blue ink pad and put clear embossing on it. It gives a nice shine instead of leaving it naked. I also used a ink dabber to add the same ink to the top, bottom and sides.

The one on top of that is a sticker ribbon by K and Co. Then a light blue country crackle paper which I made darker with Faded Jeans Distress Ink.

I added dimension to the photographs. I use foam sheets cut to the size I need. Saves a lot of money on my end.

Then, I took K and Co. snowflakes which were a very light blue. I darkened them again with Faded Jeans. I added a lot. The design on the snowflakes acted as a resist which was nice. It looks like I used Broken China after taking a picture of it but I didn't. It already had some dimensional adhesives I added a little more for the small snowflake you see above. I also added 3 on the top left of the layout.

The chipboard were the last to be done. I used Adirondack Alcohol ink Stonewash on the S-K-I. And also on the H-I-L-L. On the hill I added some Brilliance Moonlight White ink using a paint dabber.

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