Sunday, March 3, 2013

RAD! Tutorial

Here's a wee tutorial. I made this one up when I made up the project for Scrapbook Creations project that was published last year.  I do hope you will give this ago, and enjoy :)
 
Materials list:

Steps:
 
  1. Distress the edges of the 12x12 Kaiser (Attitude) paper and ink the edges with Tim Holtz Vintage Photo and Broken China distress stains. Moisten with water using a paint brush to slightly curl the edges. Leave to dry.
  2. Tear* 1 piece of 12x24 cm paper and adhere 1cm from left and 4cm from the top corner.  Tear 1 piece of 8x10cm paper and adhere 1.5cm from bottom and 2.5cm from right edge.
  3. Using the VersaMark stamp pad, swipe the Dazzle watermark ink all over the fence template.  On the cardstock, heat emboss with the Stampendous (aged copper) embossing enamel. Tear this to approximately 26x20 cm and adhere 5cm from the top and 4cm from the left edge.
  4. Using Magic Mount*, adhere the photo on top of the heat-embossed (black) cardstock.
  5. Cut out the ‘on the edge cog’ with the die-cutting machine, then randomly heat-emboss using Aged copper  and Tim Holtz Vintage Photo Distress embossing powders. Adhere to the right hand side (under) the black embossed cardstock.
  6. Adhere the mesh, orange rubber matting and the bicycle chain sticker on top of the black embossed cardstock – under the photo. 
  7. Using the die-cutting machine and any Provo Craft dry-embossing folder – create a pattern on the chipboard cog. Then heat emboss randomly again with the aged copper and vintage photo embossing powders. Adhere to the right-hand side of the photo, together with the metal cog, white button and recycled ‘deep groove ball bearings’.
  8. Using VersaMark again, heat-emboss the metal key and lock** adhere to the layout as shown.  Staple the twine as shown.
  9. Thread the my2angels’ ball and chain through the tag hole and adhere. Staple the top left for extra support.
  10. Adhere the recycled belt** leather along the bottom of the photo.
  11. Journal using the black sharpie pen.
 
    Design Tips:
     
*Don’t be scared to ‘rip, tear and be uneven’ in this kind of ‘shabby’ Layout…this is how I loved portraying the mud and dirt on the mountain bike track.
**Instead of just ‘throwing out’ old clothing, zips, belts, mats they can easily be cut up and used creatively on layouts and projects.

Until next time..take care..hugs'n'hearts Mazz xxx

 

 

 

 
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