Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Snap Shot Layout and Sketch

Hello, crafty friends! Today I'm sharing a sketch I designed and the layout I created to go with it for Scrap n' Art magazine.  I had a lot of fun making this grungy page of my son, Trevor.

Imagine Crafts Amplify! is such a cool product! When you use a heat gun on it, it puffs up like how you see on the title letters and on the gears.

I used a sponge dauber brush to paint the gears with Imagine Crafts Creative Medium in Bronze to give it more of a rustic texture.

Here is the sketch I designed for the May Get Sketchy with Us article in Scrap n' Art Magazine.

Supply List:

Adhesives: Beacon AdhesivesZip Dry”; Die Cuts: Spellbinders® "Sprightly Sprockets"; Embellishments: Jillibean Soup "Corrugated Alphas: White"; Inks: Imagine Crafts "Memento™ Dew Drop: Peanut Brittle", "VersaMagic® Dew Drop: Midnight Black"; Mixed Media: Imagine Crafts "Amplify!™: Black", "Creative Medium™: Bronze, Silver"; Tattered Angels "Glimmer Mist: Beetle Black"; Paper: Fancy Pants Designs "About A Boy"; Chipboard Paper; Stamps: Unity Stamp Company "Chicken Wire"; Tools: Imagine Crafts/TsukinekoCraft Mat”; Spellbinders®Grand Calibur® Machine”; "Westcott®Westcott® Craft Self Healing Cutting Mat, 12" x 18", Pink and Purple”, “Westcott® Craft Titanium Non Stick Scissors, 8" Bent, Pink”, “Paper Trimmer: TrimAir Titanium 12” Wide (Pink)”, The Creative Workshop Stencil; Miscellaneous: Bubblewrap, sponge dauber.

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