Hello everyone! Happy Wednesday and it's my turn to post a simple crafting project and hopefully it will be an inspiration to all of you out there. Its a scrapbook layout and this time, I want to show how you can effectively make use of the 'wrong-side' of the patterned paper. Never knew why they called it the 'wrong-side' when there's no right or wrong in crafting; or is there?! Lol!
This is from my first DT kit for January and I love every bit of it. The moment I saw the paper, I knew that I must use the 'wrong-side' cos' I have just the right photo to go with it! The edge of the paper was distressed with Ranger paper distresser and later applied with a distress ink to get that burnt look. The bottom of the paper was also distressed with Ranger's distress ink - evergreen bough.
I have used a corrugated foam paper and placed the photo on it. For the final touch to the layout, I have added in the leather string and created a 'lassoed' end just right on the horse's head. I had fun doing this! Just let your imaginations run wild! Yeeeehaaa...!
Ok, better stop before I get too much carried away! Lol! Below are few close-ups of the layout.
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Come by again to our blog tomorrow for more inspiration! Ciao!
Materials used for this layout:
Main pp: Webster's Pages - Western Romance collection
Paper die-cuts: October Afternoon
Other pp's: Kaisercraft & Glitz Design
Facets and Pen Nibs: Tim Holtz Ideology
Twine: My Mind's Eye Lime Twist
Distress ink: Ranger - Evergreen Bough
Chipboard stickers: Prima
Flowers and ticket ephemera: from Maya Road Shadow Box Kit
Lace: available at Papier
Paper distresser: Ranger
... And of course..my own stapler (lol!)
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