Thanks for showing us the layering behind the photo - it all looks perfect. Maria
thanks you for the feedback!
i noticed that the challenge portion was missing and emailed 2peas and they were looking into it. i'll ask again!
Love this, but as the other comment said: it is not possible to add a project for it
Love this Michelle! Such a Fall feeling. By the way I would love to add a project for this challenge ...but I can't find the way...
I really enjoy your scrapbooking process and the finished product!!!
I love it, amazing LO!!!
Video - Seeing Double: Made It
Galleries: Scrapbooking, Cardmaking
For this month's Seeing Double video, I decided to focus on showing how I like to add texture and dimension to my projects. The main way that I like to accomplish this is through layering. The smaller-scaled patterns in the 6x6 Carta Bella “Hello Again” paper pad provided extra texture to my layers. To add further texture, I layered different types of embellishments like die cuts from the October Afternoon miscellany pack, transparency die cuts from Basic Grey, a slide frame from Crate Paper, and a Two Peas flair badge. I used foam adhesive/pop dots to add more dimension to these layers. If you do not like pop dots and feel that it creates too much dimension, using regular adhesive and curling up the edges of the layers is another way to add dimension. To add subtle texture to the bottom half of the page, I added tone-on-tone hand stitching.
I also used the smaller patterns in the 6x6 Carta Bella “Hello Again” paper pad for my card. For further texture, I used machine stitching to add zig-zag stitches around each strip of paper. The sentiment is popped up against the Crate Paper slide frame with foam adhesive.
CHALLENGE: Use three different types of elements to add texture and/or dimension to your projects. You can use patterned paper, die cuts of different texture (paper, transparencies), flair, hand stitching, machine stitching, foam adhesive etc. If you prefer less dimensional pages, misting is a great way to add depth to a page without any actual layers.
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