Layer upon layer

December 24, 2010

While I have never been able to put a label on my scrapbooking style, one thing I know for sure is that I love to layer.  The variety of embellishments that Kaisercraft release with each collection are perfect for a girl who loves her layers.

Make use of the different tags of all shapes and sizes that are part of each collection.  They are perfect for layering.

I have to admit I let out a little squeal when I saw these tickets in the Seaside collection LOL.  With the 2 different sizes included they are perfect for layering.

Layer smaller pieces of each paper so that you can include a little bit of all of the fabulous patterns in the collection.

Even the chipboard alphabet isn’t safe!  If you use a strong clear drying glue you will find that layering your chipboard is easy.

Remember this weeks Tuesday tip?  I have included a couple of homemade fabric tags on this layout of my children visiting a popular tourist attraction at Victor Harbor here in South Australia.

“Visiting Granite Island” by Kerryn Lawson

Products Used ; Seaside pp – Beach Hut (P590), Umbrella (P591), Rock Pool (P592), Sea Breeze (P594) and Coastline (P595), Seaside colour rubons (RB886), Seaside Clear Stamps (CS767), Seaside 6×6 paper pad (PP834), Seaside diecut elements (DC330), Seaside printed tickets (EM941), Clear stamps – dated (CS724), Chipboard alpha #2 (CB108), Ink – Sepia (IP709) and Corn (IP711), Pearls – Copper (SB790), Homemade buttons (EM936), Paper tags and shapes – Manila (EM924).

Other Products Used ; Fabric (calico), twine

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  • Reply Nerrida December 24, 2010 at 3:55 pm

    That’s terrific Kerryn and love the layered title too – how clever.

  • Reply samantha December 24, 2010 at 5:12 pm

    LOVE all these delsih close ups! totallybeautiful layout!

  • Reply Candy December 25, 2010 at 6:34 am

    Terrific blog post! Merry Christmas!

  • Reply Becci Sundberg December 27, 2010 at 9:57 pm

    Love your LO!
    I live in Port Elliot, about 5 minutes from Victor Harbor. My 14yo is over on Granite Island tonight fishing with his Uncle off the Causeway!
    Must get me some Seaside!

  • Reply Lynne January 6, 2011 at 6:32 pm

    I so love this idea of using tags and I’ve been using them up a storm for all sorts of things from cards to pages

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