Museum Scrapbook Page

Hello! Tami Sanders here with a scrapbook layout that I would like to share.

Sometimes you have a special photo that you just can’t find the perfect paper for. That’s when you need to create your OWN paper! The Crafter’s Workshop has TONS of stencils in lots of different themes and styles.

My family recently visited Houston for Spring Break. One of our stops was The Fine Arts Museum, Houston. They have this cool art installation in a tunnel that connects two buildings. I really wanted to show off the photo so I went through my TCW stencil stash and pulled out a few that I thought would accent the photo.

I decided to use Izink Inks as they have a slight shimmer and are a hybrid of ink and acrylic paint. They are easy to work with and dry fast, plus they aren’t so liquid-y that they ooze under the stencil.

I used a disposable plate to mask off a rounded edge of the Circle Explosion template. If you only want to use a certain portion a template, there are lots of ways to do it. Blue painter’s tape is a quick and easy way {I used it to hold the foam plate down}, or think of objects with the shape you want. If you can’t ink over them, you can always pencil in the lines, then mask them off with the tape.

Here is the finished page…

museum layout

I made a short video that shows how I created this scrapbook page step-by-step…

Supply List:

THE CRAFTER’S WORKSHOPTCW278 Circle Explosion, TCW454 Specimen, TCW437 Texturized, TCW227 Chevron and TCW363s Mini Diamonds

OTHER: Clearsnap: Izink Ink: Iris, Volubilis, Mimosa, Safran, Cavier
and Jasmine and ColorBox Stylus & Tips, Beacon Adhesives: Zip
Dry, Black and White Cardstock, Metal Label and Brads

TOOLS: Trimmer, Blue Painter’s Tape, Foam Plate and Pencil

Tami Sanders… The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team Member

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