My Profile Photo.

I created one 12″ x 12″ scrapbook page using a photo of myself.
The photo was taken by my husband in 2016.
The tags have more information about the photo.
My inspiration was “Moments” by Trudy Sigurdson from the book  “Quick & Easy Scrapbook Styles” by Memory Makers.

Close up of fabric flowers.

Close up of fabric flowers.

Coin envelope Template Chia’s Rubber Stamp Art.

Hints & Tips:
I traced some of my templates with a permanent marker on opaque flexible plastic cutting board sheets as used for cooking. I got them at a Dollar-store. I punched holes in them with a hole punch and hung them from a shower curtain ring.

Colorbök  12″ Designer Paper Pad, All Chalked Up.

Supplies and tools:
Lace, card-stock, ribbon, wood mounted stamps, photo corners, fabric flowers, mist sprays, ink-pad, eye shadow applicator, paper piercer, brads, hot glue, glue gun, paper trimmer, adhesive, Black Smash pen by K & Co, adhesive, photo mounting tape, stencil, pencil, etc.

The lace was white and the fabric flowers were orange, I sprayed them with black homemade mist.

How to Make Your Own Mist Ink Sprays for Art Journals or Scrapbooking (Tutorial)

DIY Homemade Ink Sprays/ Mist using food coloring/ MAKING MIXED MEDIA INK SPRAYS FROM FOOD COLORING.

I covered my work surface with newspaper and supported the flowers in an egg carton.

I also sprayed the flowers with Perfect Pearls Mist gold. You can also make your own.

Glimmer Mist Recipe by That artist woman. Great hint:  “Add a marble if you have one (Dollar Store), this helps with mixing it.  Shake well before using and spray as needed.”

Hint: I scanned the layout from the book, put it on the computer screen, the static electricity made it cling to the screen. I put a photo on top of that to see what it looked like.



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