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Wednesday, October 26, 2016

october club scrap literature blog hop

 
 
 
Hi all, welcome to the club scrap literature bloghop! If you are hopping along with us you are here from josette's blog if you get lost along the way there's a list of links at the bottom of this post below or if you can just  head back to club scrap's blog you'll be able to start from there to also. for this hop I made a 12 x 12 page using almost everything from the club scrap literature collection including stamps, patterned papers and cardstock. the red patterned papers layered on my page are stamps from the deluxe kit that I stamped on the red cardstock ahead of time. ( I am not sure if I shared this tip before but for scrapbooking it is my most favorite way to se stamps-- stamp out all your stamps onto different cardstocks from the kit and as you are creating just cut them out and add to your pages like you would a regular diecut.) for my base I started with the red cardstock then layered pieces or bits of the tan patterned papers onto each other around the photo. I had a embossed piece of red cardstock and star left over  the technique challenge page and decided to add them to my son's page. I then added the tan cutaprts from the kit and  added my son's name with letters from my stash on top.
lastly, I added the cute lil book charm to the thread I had hanging off my page from my sewing and a faux flair using a circle punch on the cutaparts and a enamel circle on top. I had a fun time distressing all the edges for more texture and was excited how the page came together. ( did ya notice that i love the kraft and red together?!--great color combo!)


I bent the faux fold in the paper and added dimensional dots to the back to make it look like a real book page



12 x 12  page



close-up


thanks for stopping by and happy creating!! 
 jen t.


your next stop is Hetty's blog
*all items used on this page are from the club scrap literature kit except for the sewing thread, enamel dot, chipboard letters and pieces

  to get you hands on this kit click below
                              
                                                
www.clubscrapshop.com

Karen   http://clubscrap.com/1016-blog-hop/
  Lilian http://theleafstudio.blogspot.com/2016/10/club-scrap-literature-blog-hop-linky.html
Kay http://kayskeepsakes.blogspot.com/2016/10/1016-blog-hop.html
Deb http://debduzscrappin.blogspot.com/2016/10/club-scraps-literature-kit-blog-hop.html
  Cheryl http://sweeetdesignsbycheryl.blogspot.com/2016/10/club-scrap-literature-blog-hop.html
Josette http://josettetrunnell.blogspot.com/2016/10/club-scrap-october-blog-hop-literature.html 




jen t.

14 comments:

Hetty said...

What a lovely page, Jennifer. the way you contructed the bookpage is a great idea.
Cute picture!!

Julie said...

Love this page with all its gorgeous layers!

Annette said...

Great layering on this delightful page.

Cheryl Walker said...

Jennifer your page is so cute! Love it!!
hugs
Cheryl

Donna Coughlin said...

Jen, I love how you did the embossing with stars and then tied it all in with a larger star! Cute layout!

Tricia Morris said...

Very cool page, Jen! The dimensional dots on the left edge were genius!

Karen Wyngaard said...

I love the effect of the dimensional adhesive on the left side of the page. Very clever!

Kelly A Clark said...

That page is just masterful. I especially liked the composition!

Carolyn said...

Great page!

Kay Williamson said...

Adorable page complete with that foam adhesive on the leftside, I really like the dimension and how clever it is! What a great page!

Tina Dornbaum said...

Love the layering and the splash of red everywhere. One of my fav pages. Beautiful!

rettaescape said...

Nice layout! Love all the layers!

Lisa D said...

What a sweet layout! Beautiful layering.

KnitterPam said...

The way the stitching is, it looks to me like a book open in the middle. Fun layout!