Tricia Morris: Fabulous Faux Photo Corners
Tricia Morris of Club Scrap answered the challenge by creating fabulous faux photo corners for her scrapbooking page.
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Materials and Tools:
Club Scrap Earth and Herbs Paper Collection:
- Two 12" x 12" light sage plain
- 12" x 12" yellow print
- Two 8-1/2" x 11" dark sage raised flower print
- 8-1/2" x 11" light sage raised flower print
- 8-1/2" x 11" light sage vellum
- 8-1/2" x 11" light sage plain
Hermafix adhesive tabs
yellow and green chalk
Ranger ice stickles glitter glue
1/8" hole punch
- Apply yellow and green chalk to accent the dark sage flower print. Mount each print toward the inside edges of two 12" x 12" light sage papers.
- Use a ruler to measure and cut tags to be used for the page title. Crumple each tag, flatten, and apply green chalk to the edges and crinkled surfaces of the tag.
- Add a dark green square to accent each tag and punch a hole at the top using the 1/8" hole punch.
- Line each tag with a fine tipped black pen, and use a light box to trace each letter of the title onto the tag.
- Journal onto light sage vellum paper.
- Use scissors to cut Hermafix tabs at an angle. Position the triangles at each corner of the vellum journaling boxes. The squares can be used to attractively adhere vellum paper without the use of eyelets or brads!
- Matte photos with an assortment of papers and arrange on the layout.
- Cut out three flowers from the print that would have been hidden behind the photos. Outline them with ice stickles and allow to dry.
- Adhere the glittered accents and photos onto the page.
Chris Wasielewski makes two scrapbook layouts -- one featuring tinted photos and the other demonstrating a stained-glass effect.