Saturday, May 8, 2010
Masking with Kaisercraft Wood Flowers
Hi everyone! Hope you are all having a fab weekend so far. I'm planning on hitting the beach with the kiddos soon, and then scrapping the night away with my girl. I have made a huge mess of my craft room, so I'll have to make myself sort that out before I can get any scrapping done. It drives me nuts when I cant find things, and at the moment I cant find anything!!!
I made this project for the Kaisercraft blog a little while back, and just thought I'd share it on here too, as you all know how much I love a good step by step project :) (And I'm apologizing in advance for the weird colour of some of my photos!)
Step 1 - To start off, paint up a page of a wood album, then grab a few of the Kaisercraft wood flowers. Of course you could use other things for this, such as punched shapes,etc
Step 2 - Arrange them on your album page and then spray with a misting spray (I used Smooch Spritz in Silver Foil)
Step 3 - Once it’s dry you’ll have a unique background to work on
Step 4 - Add a photo and a rub on, and finish it off with a bit of ribbon through the holes, so you can hang it up. I've got it hanging on a little hook on Emily's door.
It was so quick and easy to do. It's a really quick and easy technique for making your own backgrounds for layouts and cards too :) Em has been harping on at me to let her have a go of "spraying stuff" on her layouts, so I'm gonna be brave and let her try it tonight.
Posted by Samantha Hauzer at 3:34 PM