Thursday, October 21, 2010

Carving Jack


This is my second layout featuring the October kit from Snobby Walrus Paper Crafts. I fussy cut part of the "Halloween in Wonderland" scene so I could use the frame as a shadow box. I pop-dotted the frame on a background of My Mind's Eye paper, making it easier to tuck photos and embellishments under the edge.


I used a few shades of glimmer mist on the background paper. Again, the white printing on the kraft paper acts as a resist, and really shows the design when misted. I added a stamped image in the corner (the Pink Paislee stamp set is included in the kit).


There is also a bottle of Tattered Angels Glimmer Glam in this month's kit. The colour is called "Dirty Martini" (gotta love the names, ha ha!). It's as fun as it sounds - it's a great autumn-y green with gold glitter and shimmer in it. I used it on both types of letters on my page. The large letters are a glossy cardstock, and the small letters are canvas-covered chipboard. The glimmer glam looks different on each, but gives them a coordinated look.


This piece of chipboard (from Dusty Attic) is left over from the large tree I used on the previous layout. The base of the tree would have been covered by a photo, so I cut it off and saved it to use like a photo stand. It has been painted with brown crackle paint, and then coated with more of the glimmer glam.


I tucked in a few 'cards' cut from one of the papers in the kit, and some embellishments, leaving just enough room for journaling.


Supplies (from Snobby Walrus October kit):
PP - My Mind's Eye, Graphic 45
die cuts - Graphic 45
letters (large) - Glitz Designs
lace, pom pom trim, leaves - Prima Marketing
glimmer glam medium - Tattered Angels
stamp - Pink Paislee
chipboard - Dusty Attic

Other Supplies:
letters (small) - American Crafts
glimmer mist - Tattered Angels
ink - Ranger, StazOn
pen - Uniball Signo

5 comments:

laterg8r said...

love the tree and love that you made a transformer :D

Keri said...

I really love how you used the part of the tree that would have otherwise been covered up on your previous LO (which was fab, BTW)...love the misted background, , the stamp, and the TWO alphas you used for the glammed title. ;)

Michelle said...

Beautiful-love these papers!

Terri Sproul said...

love this

Lauri {Scrap Attack} said...

I have to admit, I was scared of this line but really am inspired by how you used it. Very cool.