Thursday, November 5, 2015

Walking at Branson Landing



We were looking for a walking area while visiting my stepdaughter and her family this summer.  This track was a pretty spot along lake Tanneycomo in Missouri.

For this two pager, I stenciled the background after masking off an area for the 6 photos - some portrait and some landscape.

The title is partially Silhouette and partially Thickers.  I like mixing them for longer titles.  In this video I didn't do the step-by-step for the Silhouette but I do all that in the class I just released.

The leaves are cut from some gelli prints.





Here's the process video at YouTube:



This layout is like a sampler of classes of created.  I didn't intend it that way yet we have a cardstock background, stenciling, a 2 pager and a die cut title!  If any of these fit your scrapping style, check out my class page here.

Thanks for stopping by!

7 comments:

  1. Enjoyed this video-I often struggle with having a too plain background-thanks for the misting idea.

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  2. Love misting as a background :) Fun idea about temporarily placing mats behind pictures and mist to create a "frame" around them.

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  3. You always create such beautiful backgrounds, Lisa. Love how you totally captured a natural feel and look with every element you used. :)

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  4. love the stenciled background Lisa-and how you creatively covered up what you didn't like-great work-watched the video on YouTube and thumbs upped it

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  5. Such a lovely layout Lisa :)
    I like the background you did with that pretty stencil :)

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  6. Great LO - I really like the misted background! Great idea to mask off where the photos would go. And such a great idea to use book paper to soak up the extra mist.

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