Sunday, January 18, 2015

Vellum and Glitter with my kit from Scraptastic Club

Guess what?! Scraptastic Club has a brand new site with a gorgeous gallery and STORE! It just starting up so the gallery is just now updating but its going to be super cool. 

Here are a couple of layouts using this month's This Must be the Place Kit, Add on kit, and Stamp Set from Scraptastic Club. I have really enjoyed this kit with the softer colors and dreamy vellum die cut embellishments. For a couple of my layouts, I felt like adding a little more vellum from my stash and I thought I would share a couple of ideas.



For my first layout I have photos from one of my antiquing trips. I really wanted a layered background so I matted the page multiple times on the edge because it reminded me of paint layers on the old things, is that silly? I was also inspired to use the cute frame image from the This Must be the Place Stamp Set. I stamped and heat embossed the image in white on vellum scraps and cut them out to scatter across the layout with some fussy cut flowers from one of the patterned papers.



I have also added chunky glitter from my stash to the surface of the cork heart embellishments because everything is better with glitter, right?


And for my second layout I have a sunrise photo and I used vellum from my stash and the film strip cut file from the kit to create a sheer layer under the photo.


 I had the gorgeous die cut vellum with the gold foil accents and then the vellum background layer, so I decided to continue the look with the sheer glassine envelope that you get in the kit with your flair. I filled it with punched circles and stars from the paper scraps and some glitter that was on my table after glittering up the cork embellishments.




3 comments:

Tracey said...

Loving all of the vellum incorporated on your page!! Gorgeous work!

Dria said...

Wonderful pictures. I love the colors and layers. Fabulous layouts!

Laurie Leahey said...

These are great! I love scrapbook layouts that are full of layers and textures.