Hi there! Jenni here today to share a scrapbook layout I created using actual scraps. I seem to collect a stack of strips cut from various papers next to my paper trimmer. I would normally throw them into the recycling bin, but decided instead to put them to use!
I used the two stencils below as well as the white, gold and two blues in the Heavy Body Acrylic paint and the White Modeling Paste.
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I gathered all the scraps, as you can see, they are mostly pieces cut from 12×12 pieces of cardstock. I planned to scrap this photo of my daughter and our new puppy, named Blue, so I decided to create some patterned strips in varying colors of blue.I lined up several strips of the paper and added tape to one side keeping them in place, while I stenciled the paint onto them.I mixed together the blues and white paint to create several different shades and added Modeling Paste to give it a little more structure.I started applying the paint mixtures to the taped strips of cardstock.
After the paint had all dried, I picked a few pieces to line up on the page. I also used the leftover paint and cleaned my brush onto a couple strips to add a solid block of color.I can’t seem to create anything without using one of the gold media products these days. So, I painted a stripe of the gold acrylic and a little more to the solid strips.I added machine stitching to the top of the painted strips of paper.Adding a few embellishments and a little description under the photo finished up my layout.
Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope this inspired you to use some scraps in a creative, fun way!
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