This is gorgeous. One of my favorite layout's of yours
Love using bits of fabric on my layouts - especially for flowers!
Another great video! I am going to look through my craft room for fabric scraps today :) Thank you for your continuing inspiration!!
OK - amazing video!!!! I loved the hint about making hearts, using mist on stamps, everything about the fabric and the reminder that you can mix in page protectors and another 12x12 page!!!! WOW!
Thanks for showing us a two page idea, especially w a devided page protector. Great LO and video. Thanks.
I just got some EP Divided page protectors...... not sure why, but now I know what to do with them.. Thankyou GG. At first I was unsure about the big heart, too big and bright, but once again, you pulled it off GG. Lovely!
Video - Glitter Girl Adventure 055: The Art of Fabrication
This week Glitter Girl borrows a bit of fabric from her non-scrapbook craft supplies, inspired by this discussion [twopeasinabucket.com] on the General Scrapbooking message board. Her adventure takes her through some product choices (including looking at Valentine papers for things a bit less limiting than just the 14th of February) then on to the creation of a two page layout - one traditional 12x12 page facing a divided page protector. And all the use of fabric on these pages comes without any stitching at all.
If you are just looking for the layout process, that starts at the 8:00 mark.
Come along for the adventure, won't you?
This week Glitter Girl challenges you to use fabric on a project and share it with us here in the gallery! Don't forget to check the box for the challenge in step four of the upload process.
Want to do more with mists? Check out what Corrie Jones does with Color Shine! My tiny hearts are nothing compared to the big impact of her mist technique from the 213 in 2013 series:
And I'll see you next Wednesday for another Glitter Girl Adventure! Don't forget to post on the General Scrapping message board when you have a crafty dilemma - Glitter Girl could be on her way to your problem next week!