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Anso's Class 19 October 2008 - Eating Out

“Eating Out” – by Anso 

 Supplies needed:

Scenic Route – Sonoma Collection – Madera Drive

Scenic Route – Sonoma Collection – Scrap Strip 2

Scenic Route – Sonoma Collection – Sonoma Labels

Bazzill Kraft Cardstock

American Crafts – Thickers – Red, Daiquiri #42834

American Crafts – Thickers – Green, Gift Box #42762

Autumn Leaves Stampology “Journal” stamps AL3189

Kaiser Scrapbook clear rhinetones

StazOn “Blazing Red” ink pad 

Also needed:

Scraps of white cardstock

Glue (I use Herma removable)

Black journaling pen (Zig Millennium)

Charcoal Chalk Inkpad (optional)

Woodware 3” scalloped round punch (optional) 

Start by cutting your “Madera Drive” paper to size. We will be using the brown patterned side as the base for the layout. I scrap in true A4 size, so I cut mine to 29,7x21 centimetres (cm). Please feel free to adapt to another layout size if you prefer.  Pick your photo. I have a 15x10 cm landscape photo which I have printed in black & white and cut into three strips. (Make sure when you plan your cuts that you don’t cut through someone’s face.) 

 Cut your Kraft cardstock so it’s 1 cm smaller on each edge than your main background (in my case: 19x27,7cm). Round the corners, chalk the edges and create “fake stitching” around the edge using a black pen. Cut the red and green strip from the “Scrap Strips 2” sheet. 

 Glue the Kraft cardstock in the middle of your layout. Add the red & green strip (chalk edges if you wish) starting 5 cm from the bottom of the layout.  Add your photos, at different heights, to the right of the layout trying to keep the spacing between them even. Then stamp the round scalloped journaling stamp, in red ink, onto some scrap white cardstock. Cut around or use scalloped punch. Journal and attach to the layout using the photo below as a guideline. 

 Make up your title using a mix of American Crafts Thickers stickers.  

 Cut out some word strips from the “Scrap Strips 2” paper and put these in the bottom right corner. Add some jewels to the edge of the red & green strip. 

 Finish by picking a sticker from the Sonoma sheet, add your date on it and place near the top left of your layout.  

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

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