Hi Everyone, Beck Beattie with a Scrapbook page share today as part of my Tuesday Tutorial. The Misty Mountains collection is really so divine to creat with. The tones really seem to suit black and white photos which I love to create with. I think it might be the ‘cool’ tone of the colours that really seem to work.
Kaisercraft Products: Misty Mountains Collection: P24502 Agate|P24503 Sunset|P24504 Divine| FL621 Be You Flourish Pack | IP732 Orchid |T301 Glue Stick
I’ve created my tutorial in the form of a video for you today. Please have the sound turned on on your computer to be taken through the tutorial.
Here are some more pictures of my page for you to enjoy.
I hope you enjoyed my tutorial today and even consider having a go at creating your own version of my page.
Hi everyone and welcome to February! Wow the year is already going quick. My kids are back at school already and it is like they just left for holidays. I do miss them when they are at school, but I’m happy to also know they are so happy to be there and enjoy all that school has to offer. Today I am remembering the past and also something I love… the beach! So I have created a scrapbook page perfect for all those beachy wedding pictures featuring the new Beach Shack collection.
Kaisercraft Products Used:
Beach Shack Pattern papers: P2470 Board Walk. P2471 Collecting and P2472 Foam
SS356 Beach Shack Sticker Sheet
IP724 Bark ink pad
I love the effects you can get with the wood panelled papers. I cut Reverse BOARD WALK paper into strips of different lengths and using the blending tool and ink pad I finished each piece to create a little more depth by adding colours around the edges.
Here are some more pictures of my project.
I hope you have enjoyed my share today and a look at the new collection at work.
Hi Everyone, it’s Beck Beattie here to share with you a multiple photo scrapbook page. When I had the honour of joining the team one of the requests I had was to see some scrapbook pages that featured a number of photos.
While going through some old photos, I found some that were taken by my mother in-law on one of her last trips before she passed. I thought how nice would it be to have some of these photos captured on scrapbook pages. I’m honestly not sure of where exactly they are taken, but she took them and that makes them special to us.
I enjoyed layering some of the papers along with stickers from the sticker sheet to create a masculine look for this page. This seemed perfect with the photos being of some of the big trucks out on the mines in the outback. For additional interest I raised various areas to create a little more dimension to the page.
I hope you enjoyed my share which featured a multiple photo scrapbook page. A sure fun way to get a number of pictures onto your page.
Kaisercraft Products: Documented Collection – P2460 Library Ephemera | P2463 Notebook Ledger | P2465 Pencils | SS355 Sticker Sheet – Documented
Hi everyone, Beck Beattie here with you today sharing a layout I created featuring the new ‘Wandering Ivy’ collection. This collection is truly sweet with every detail.
I wanted to take you through creating my scrapbook page today. I really kept is fairly simple with just a few layers allowing for anyone at any level to follow and create your own. The page really suits many types of photos such as the one I featured from my wedding to a beautiful country scene. The choice is yours!
Begin but fussy cutting some of the beautiful florals out of the Blue Fields paper.
Cut a section of the stripes from the Cobalt papers
Carefully layering, adhere the stripes and florals to the Panelling paper as shown.
Next add your photo which is a landscape 15cm x 10cm picture.
I selected a number of die cut elements from the collections pack to compliment my page. Add these in as pictured in the final picture below.
I hope you enjoy creating your own page just like mine.
Kaisercraft Products: P2433 Blue Fields | P2435 Cobalt | P2440 Panelling | CT895 Collectables
Hi everyone, Beck Beattie here today with ‘Tutorial Tuesday’. I can’t wait to share with you a fun technique incorporated into my project today
I wanted to take you through how I created the beautiful but subtle Poinsetta and Holly background on my page today.
Step 1: Stamp the images from the Christmas Edition stamp set featuring the Poinsetta and Holly leaves onto the backgound using a white ink pad. I have stamped in the areas that would see the effect peeking out from behind the script pattern paper I chose to go over the top on my page.
Step 2: Add clear or white Embossing Powder while the ink is still wet.
Step3: Remove the excess embossing powder and using a heat gun, heat to melt the embossing powder.
Step 4: Take a distress ink or oxides in a brown tone and gently add colour over the top of all the areas where the embossing is featured. Work in a circular motion to softly build up the colour.
Step 5: Using a dry old towel rub over the embossed areas to remove the ink colour that will be resisted by the embossed images. This adds a beautiful soft element to the page.
Step 6: Add droplets of water to activate the ink and then blot off with some paper towel
To finish your layout, add a torn piece of the ‘Snowcapped’ paper as well as some of the collectibles and elements from the sticker sheet. Enhance these with some florals and pearl strip as pictured as well as your journalling.
Here are some more pictures to help you get up close to all the details.
Here is the full scrapbook page for you to enjoy of a great family time we had when we recently visited Soverign Hill in Ballarat Victoria Australia. It is a place set back in the gold mining times. Each year they put on a wonderful Christmas in July celebration. I just knew this collection would be perfect for my photos captured that day!
Kaisercraft Products: Christmas Edition: P2382 Rejoice | P2384 Snowcapped | SS346 Sticker Sheet | CT889 Collectables | CS308 Clear Stamps | F628 Paper Blooms: Honey | F636 PaperBlooms: Ruby | F654 Mini Paper Blooms: Augergine | PL504 Pearl Strip: Chocolate
xxx Beck BT