Hello, Sue D here with your today to share another page in the G45 - A Year in Time album. You may remember earlier in the year my son got himself the most adorable puppy, well she has grown and grown but still has so many puppy habits lol, she loves to chew (as you will see from her collar - lol) and still destroys most of her toys.
To make this page I used some of the following products:
- G45 Place in Time 8x8 pad
- Tim Holtz Artful Flight & Artful Things mini stamps
- Kaiser Cherish Stamp
- Crafters Workshop Stencil - Mini Bricks
- Tim Holtz Distress Inks - Worn Lipstick & Broken China
- Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists - Santa Baby & Jack Frost
- Jo Sonja's Gesso
1. Using the reverse of the G45 August foundation A Place In Time page I cut and distressed all four edges with my distressing tool. I like to cut my page a little smaller than the album and adhere to coloured bazill.
2. Using the Mini Bricks template and TH worn lipstick distress ink I placed on upper left & lower right corners. Spritz with TA Glimmer Mists Santa Baby & Jack Frost.
3. Lightly ink all edges with TH Broken China distress Ink.
Now the fun, building your page :)
4. Position where you would like your photo but don't adhere it there just yet.
5. Next take your stamps and add some shrubbery in the background, I used TH Artful Flight & Artful Things mini with TH Vintage photo distress ink (my favourite) most will be covered by fence, photo and flowers. Using Kaiser Cherish stamp place image above photo in centre.
6. Using a chipboard fence paint with gesso before lightly sanding to give an aged worn look. Place on either side of your photo.
7. Take the August Cut Aparts reverse, make a bunting flag and place under photo. Use tiny provocraft alpha stickers, choose a word which relates to your photo, in my case 'Grow' and place.
8. Using twine, form a circle and place over your photo, this helps bring attention to your subject.
9. Using a bigshot or a die cut machine cut a paper florish from left overs and arange in bottom right cornor and position some prima flowers and vine and you are done.
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