HOME » Shop » Articles Cart Contents  |  Checkout   
*~* Cybercrop 2017 *~*
*~* Virtual Crop Kits *~*
Just Arrived
Nearly New
New Bo Bunny
New Graphic 45
New Simple Stories
New Webster's Pages
Project Life
Ribbons, Fibres & Washi
Albums Journals & Mini Books
Idea Books
*Latest Offer*
Paper and Cardstock
Alphabets & Lettering
Brads and Eyelets
Mixed Media
Stamps and Stamping
Ephemera Packs
Scrapbooking Kits
Special Offers & Multi-buys
Transparencies & Sheer Sheets
Tools and Pens
Gaffer Tapes
Self Adhesive Vivelle
Everything Else
Embossing and Melt Art
Love Valentines & Wedding
Seals and Wax

New Products
01.Bazzill Cardstock - White
02.Blush Red Dark Cardstock
03.Plain 12 x 12 Transparency Sheet
04.Permanent Refill
05.97% Complete Tags - Happiness Card
06.6 x 6 Mulberry Paper
07.Uni-ball Signo White Pen
08.£10 Gift Voucher
09.Dotted Swiss - Salt
10.Slick Writer BLACK FINE





Anso's Class 4 July 2007 - Bang!

“Bang!” layout class – by Anso



Supplies needed:

Love Elsie – Toby – “Go” (embossed) paper

Love Elsie – Toby – “Carry On” paper

Love Elsie – Toby – “City Blocks” paper

Love Elsie – Toby – “Basic Mix” alphabet stickers

Love Elsie – Toby – “Blocks” chipboard sticker shapes

Love Elsie – Toby – “Big Ribbon” pack

Black journaling pen (I use Zig Millennium)

Autumn Leaves “For The Record” journaling stamps

Doodlebug “Paper Frills” in lilac


Also needed:

Scalloped scissors

Black inkpad (Colorbox chalk ink is great in “Charcoal”)

Herma (or scrapping glue of your choice)


White embroidery thread + needle

Glossy Accents and a few jewels (optional)


  1. Start by cutting your “Go” paper to size. I scrap in true A4 size, so I cut mine to 29,7x21 centimetres (cm). You can of course adapt the class to another format if you like.


  1. Cut a piece from the “Carry On” paper that measures 11x17,5 cm (we’ll use the stripy side for this piece so pick a part of the paper that you specifically like). Then cut one piece that measures 11x11 cm, we’ll use the lilac side with the lime dots for this piece, which will now be referred to as the “lilac piece”.




  1. Use scalloped scissors to cut ONE edge of your lilac piece of paper and edge both pieces of patterned paper with your black inkpad. Attach the lilac paper, with the scalloped edge at the top, approx 2 cm from the top and 0,5cm from the right side of the layout. Now attach your stripy paper, level with the right side of the layout, 10 cm from the top of the layout. Put your chosen photo in place (I have used a 15x11 cm photo).



  1. Pick one piece of the “paper frills” (I chose a scalloped one to match the  scallop at the top of the layout), cut it about a cm shorter than your stripy paper and attach right underneath it. Pick a ribbon from the “big ribbon” pack (I went for the brown with the coloured stripes) and cut it slightly shorter than the width of your layout. Attach just overlapping the bottom of your photo. Then pick another ribbon (I went for the one with the words) and cut to 15 cm. Glue in place half overlapping the previous ribbon. Use a few staples for decoration and to keep in place.




  1. Use the alphabet stickers to spell out your title. I split mine and put it in two places. Outline with the black pen to make the letters stand out a bit more (do this slowly so you don’t slip and go over your letters with your pen).



  1. Stamp your chosen journaling stamp, vertically, half overlapping the stripy paper on the left side of the layout. Add your journaling. Now pick a square from the “City Blocks” layout and cut out. Glue in place, half overlapping the photo on the left side.



  1. I added some white dots and stripes, some blue little jewels and covered the square in Glossy Accents – this is of course totally optional – just go with what you like.



8. Finally finish off by doing a few cross stitches, half overlapping the photo, using white embroidery thread. A good tip is to use a paper piercer first to pierce the holes – this makes your stitching look a lot neater. Then add some of the chipboard blocks of your choice to the top right of your photo and use your embroidery thread to make little knots.



I hope you enjoyed my class! Wishing you lots of fun creating your own version!




[<< Prev] Back to Articles [Next >>]
E-Mail Address:
Create an Account
ATDML Cybercrop 2014
ATDML Cybercrop 2015
ATDML Cybercrop 2016
ATDML Cybercrop 2017
ATDML Virtual Crops 2014
ATDML Virtual Crops 2015
ATDML Virtual Crops 2016
ATDML Virtual Crops 2017
ATDML Virtual Crops 2018
Meet the ATDML DT
A Closer Look At...
Getting To Grips With Graphic 45
Introduction To Scrapbooking
Retreat Info
Class Archives
  ** Cyber Crop June 2011 **
  ** Cyber Crop June 2012**
  2010 Online Classes
  2011 Online Classes
  Online Classes Archive
  Classes By Ann Freeman 2009
  Classes By Debbie Jewell 2009
  Anso's Classes - 2007 Archive
  Anso's Classes - 2008 Archive
  Anso's Classes - 2009
  Classes by the DT Past & Present
  Guest Designer Classes
  The Calender Project
  PDF Downloadable Classes
Challenge Archives
Past CHA Blogs
Use keywords to find the product you are looking for.
Advanced Search
Delivery & Returns
Privacy Notice
Conditions of Use
Point Program FAQ
Gift Voucher FAQ
PDF Price List
About Us
Contact Us
0 items
Monograms - Hang 10
FANTASTIC, there is nothing more to say about this product. ..

Top 50 Scrappers
Copyright © 2018 A Trip Down Memory Lane - Designed by x3 Internet Solutions