1/7 More Open Scrapbook Pages for January


This layout took me out of my style box - but all in a good way! I got my inspiration from a layout that I saw a long time ago . . . and I spent a long time trying to figure out who that person was. Obviously they hadn't left a watermark on their work! I did change it up quite a bit, but I hate not giving credit to someone who inspired me. This is the second set of pages that my customers will do at my Open Scrapbook Club later this month. These beachy dunes are probably a little more dramatic than what one would find along the shores of a typical MN lake, But, that's the beauty of paper-tearing, you can tear it your way and get a completely different look so I hope my customers feel free to change it up and make it look how they would like it to look!



I used a blender pen to soften the bird after he was stamped. Then, I took the fine tip ends of a couple of markers and just drew in some contrast. I really like the way this bird looks a little like our sand birds that I see running along the shores of our lakes and ponds.

Have a happy stamping day!!

Stampin'Up! Supplies:

Stamps: Inspired by Nature, Nature Walk (Occasions Mini 2011)
Paper: 12x12 Bashful Blue, 12x12 Marina Mist, 12x12 Crumb Cake, Soft Suede
Ink: Always Artichoke, Soft Suede
Tools: Stampin' Sponges, Stamp-a-ma-jig to get the bird lined up just right along the top of the photo mat, Blender Pen
Accessories: Stampin' Up! Markers - More Mustard, Soft Suede
Adhesives: Multipurpose Liquid Adhesive, Dotto to make the mats movable until the pictures are fitted into place

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Kay Kalthoff is a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator in Lino Lakes, Minnesota stamping, caring and sharing with customers and demonstrators locally and nationally!

Comments

Wow Kay!! This is really fun and very, very inventive. Reminds me of the beaches I grew up with on the East Coast and some here in Oregon. Might work for a prairie or grass meadow type scene too.