Saturday, October 30, 2010

November club layout

This is the layout we are doing for the November scrapbook club meeting.  We did have a couple of ladies who had to drop out so if you are interested, there is room for you!  I do a 12 X 12 layout every month and you come make the layout and place a $25 order.  Each month we rotate who is the hostess so you get a hostess set and at least $15 in free product each time you are hostess.  Email me if you would like to join before our November meeting so you can join us to make this layout!
We used the beautiful Deck the Halls paper from the Holiday Mini Catalog.  There are some great papers in this pack, 4 of which are full page prints.  I used 2 of these in these layouts, see how each one is unique even though the design is the same for both layouts?  This is such beautiful paper, I have another great project I'm working on for another class in Nov so be sure to keep checking back.

2 quick details of this layout, I used the fun, wonderful Waffle Paper.  It is a little thicker than tissue paper and has a great textured feel that is perfect for gathering.  I used silver on the first layout and used it at the bottom of the 5X7 mat and around the stamped Dec 25 image from the Tags Till Christmas stamp set.  This stamp matches the XL Decorative Label punch.  Doesn't it look great with the silver ruffle around it?  The ornament stamp I used for the background is another image in the Tags Till Christmas set.  I stamped in Cherry Cobbler on the first layout and in Crumb Cake.

The other embellishment is a pleated flower made with the XL Scalloped Circle punch and finished off with the beautiful Antique Brads that are featured in the big Idea Book and Catalog.  This flower is a little tricky but quick and easy and makes a great finishing touch.  Come learn how to make them in this class!

I might have to take some different pictures of these layouts.  I took them outside but the sun was starting to set so it is kind of shadowy.

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