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Scrapbook: Happy Cheers

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Hi Everyone!!

Today, I am here to share a new scrapbook page that I created using a variety of Stenciled and Sprayed Strips of Patterned Papers.     Check it out!

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I cut many different size strips from a variety of patterned papers.   Then,  I glued them across on background and covered each of the strips with Gesso and took using a Stencil and Ink Spray.   I was able to add all this fun texture and color to the background using this technique.     I also stamped and drew lines near the outlines of the strips on my background.

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Hope you have enjoyed the page, I had a great time creating it for you!   Most of the supplies I used can be found at the a2z Scrapbooking Store.   If you would like to purchase any of the supplies I shared,  please head on over to the store and use the coupon code TARU15, which will save you 15% off any purchase of $25 and up excluding shipping.

I hope my layout will provide you with some inspiration to participate in our MAY challenge — ANYTHING GOES  (Hero Arts Products Required!   This challenge runs though the end the month.   You have a chance to win a $25.00 gift card to the a2z Scrapbooking Store.    Good Luck to all!

Supplies:

Hero Arts 19th Century French Scrip Stamps AC015

Hero Arts BasicGrey Scales Stencil SA057

Hero Arts stamps & Cuts: Happy DC150

Hero Arts Butter Bar Ink Spray WM112

Hero Arts Cup O Joe Ink Spray WM114

Hero Arts India Black Ink AF248

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Taru

4 thoughts on “Scrapbook: Happy Cheers

  1. Awesome page Taru!! Great way to use pattern paper, and I love how you created all those wonderful textures!

  2. Taru — Your Scrap Pages are always amazing….full of so much detail! LOVE LOVE LOVE! ENJOY your family time!

  3. love that you used the happy die for a page–great idea and love the pic!

  4. love the happy die cut used on a page like this–cute pic too!

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