|The bottle/glass is cut at 4.99 x 9.34. and the word Wine is from Plantin Schoolbook and cut at 9.26 x 3.|
I used magnet paper (the kind HP sells) and then I covered it with paper. I used Stampin Up and Paper Company Value Pack Paper.
Summer in Paris car cut at 3.89 x 2.13
Welded Plantin Schoolbook cuts Happy 1.92 x.89, Sweet 2.33 x 1.47
Plantin Schoolbook 16 - .95 x 1.75
I used a DCWV black card, layered with ColorBok patterned paper. I also used Colorbok cream pearlescent paper and DCWV black paper. Added some bling for exhaust.
I love finding new ways to use seasonal carts. All cuts on this page are from Happy Hauntings.
For the Salem Title I used spooky font and welded it together. Cut size is 4.57 x 1.69. I then added white gel pen for embellishment. The witch is cut at 2.37 x1.81 and I used the shadow layer. All cut out on black DCWV paper
The tombstones Smallest is cut at 1.3 x 1.81, larger cut at 2.19 x 3.06 and I used part of the layer feature that was cut in a gray scrap. The journaling tag was cut from Coredinations paper using the tag under the vampire shadow feature key. It is cut at 2.7 x 3.05.
The background paper is from Colorbok and so are the gold photo mats.
I absolutely love this cartridge!
The following layout is unfinished as I am waiting for the photo from the photographer. The colors I selected should work well with the photo, I just want to wait to see what looks best for the photo mats before cutting and placing them on the layout
I wanted a water spout to make this page, but I don't have one. So I created it myself on the gypsy using 4 parts found on Plantin Schoolbook (see waterspout post for directions) I wanted it to be large to make the spider look "itsy bitsy". I cut it out of coredinations paper and sanded the edges to make them look worn. The spider is from Happy Hauntings and is cut at 1.5 x 6.49.
I used White textured Colorbok cardstock for The Itsy Bitsy Spider Title using Plantin Schoolbook font. I then used orange Coordinations for the shadow.
The is welded and cut at 1.62 x .85
Itsy is welded and cut at 2.16 x 1.64
Bitsy is welded and cut at 2.61 x 1.67
Spider is cut at 1.5 height
The background paper is DCWV from the Doodlin' Around Stack. I will use a combination of green/orange/white, depending on how it looks with the photo for the mat.
Last fall we went on vacation to New England. I took a what seems like a million photos and just now getting around to making layouts. This page will be the first in the book. I used Photoshop Elements to make a photo collage using photos from the 4 states we visited. I used a brown mat and layered it on top of DCWV Doodlin' Around and Colorbok textured card stock. I then created the New England Title using the regular font shadow with the italic font and welded it together. I then cut out the New in tan and adhered it to the title. I used The Paper Company's textured value pack paper in brown and tan. The cut size is 6.58 x 2.33.
Road Trip is cut using the Roly Poly font and is cut at a height of 1.30. I cut 2 at the same size, brown and tan. It gives it just a bit of dimension. I then added leaves cut at .96 x 1.22 and 1.25 x 1.59.
|I printed all photos on my laser printer on plain cardstock paper. Cheers I just hand cut around the sign, inked the edge with black and placed it on a black piece of cardstock. I absolutely love the skyline on Plantin Schoolbook and I added the end cap feature for the skyline and combined it with the tag feature with the word Boston. This was cut twice once in red with the word Boston hid so it wouldn't cut, the top layer in Black. I adhered these together and set aside. I then cut the skyline in black and its shadow in yellow. I then glued together and used pop dots to attach the Boston Tag to the skyline. The width is 5.37 on all cuts. Skyline height is 2.69 and the Boston tag height is .78. |
I then cut out 2 Roly Poly Tags with one cut a bit larger to use for my journaling tag. I added a heart brad that I colored with a silver sharpie, because we loved Boston.
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