Tuesday, 20 November 2012

PAPER-CUTS November 2012

Hello everybody, I hope your day is treating you well! Without further ado, here's the first layout that we will be making this weekend:

A little different to my usual style this one, but I really enjoyed getting experimental with the various papers in the kit! One thing to note; there are no alpha stickers in this month's kit so you may want to bring along the alpha stickers that we had last month, or you can get experimental with the many different stamps I have here to create a title, as I have done!
I'm particularly pleased with the little cluster of embellishments in the right bottom corner of this layout. I think you'll have great fun creating something similar!
So, things you need to bring along; stickers (if you want to use them for your title), fine detail scissors, some black card stock to mount your photos and your title and some 3-D foam pads to allow your photos to sit above the wooden hexagon embellishment.

The second layout we'll be making, is I think my favourite this month. Here it is below:

Again, no letters stickers this month, so again, more ingenuity with stamps! The clusters of embellishments are slightly more complicated in this layout, but as always, you'll have your hand-outs with images of the layouts and written instructions to follow. Before you think  "Oh no! Quite a lot of stamping and cutting to get through", fear not -  I've been kind and done quite a lot of it for you. Obviously I haven't wanted to cut into the papers in your kits, but the stamped images which needed cutting from kraft or cream card stock will be waiting in your kits!
Anything else to bring along for this one? Ummm.... having a close look at it as I type..... no! Obviously, if you want to bring along your own ink pads/mounting blocks etc, that just speeds things up for you, but nothing else is needed.

So that's it for now, I'm off to create a card and a little something rather special with what's left from our November kits. Check out the blog tomorrow!

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