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Natural woman + VIDEO {Terhi}

Hello! It’s Terhi here today, and I’m sharing a scrapbook layout I made – including from start to finish video!

See the video HERE.

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In the video I’m showing my creating process, using things all you  cardmakers have in your drawers. Lots of stamping and lots of paper. Hope you’ll enjoy!

For links to the products used in this project check the Inlinkz below.  Or head on over to the A2Z Scrapbooking Store and take 15% off using the code terhi15.

Also, remember to join our challenge to win $25 gift certificate to the store!

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Have a great day!

Terhi

 

http://tellimaria.blogspot.fi


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My sunshines, everyday! {Terhi}

Hello! It’s Terhi here, sharing my very first post as a Design Team member.

To be honest, I’m still a little confused of all this happiness I’m enjoying by getting into this fabulous team. There are so many talented artists here and I don’t know how to handle all the inspiration I’m having! Today I’m introducing this simple scrapbook layout with you. It includes several number of typical things and items I always like to use on my layouts – like thread, self-made background, stamping and splashes.

I started to build my scrapbook page by stamping. I used Hero Arts BasicGrey Pebbles background stamp and Hero Arts Neon Yellow Dauber. Did you know you can color your stamp with your Daubers and then press it against to your background? It easy and fun way to use your stamps! Using stamps this way the print won’t be as exact as it’s with dry inks, but it gives so much of texture, personal touch and color to your background. Try it, you won’t regret it!

The next layer is made with Hero Arts Neon Blue Dauber. I just hit it against to the background and got those beautiful splatters. Once they were dry, I continued stamping with Hero Arts India Ink in black.

On the background, there’s also some mesh tape and mists. Then lots of paper layers. All the papers got ink to their edges, to give a little contrast and deepness. There’s also thread and other embellishments, too.

There we have it – my first A2Z Scrapbooking layout. What do you think, it looks cool doesn’t it?

You are welcome to visit my blog here.

Thank you for looking!