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Layered Scrapbook Page Tutorial by Charlene Teo

stampedlinenpassportcovers.jpgCharlene Teo, from Singapore, has kindly shared a tutorial on how to create this beautiful layered scrapbook layout (shown below left). She made this page incorporating fabric swatches as a Design Team assignment for My Favorite Memories.

Charlene also creates patchwork tote bags, and does stamping on linen for Japanese zakka items. They are a must-see in her newly opened Etsy shop, “Cool Citrus Basil.” You can also visit her blog, “Scrapabee.” At right is a few of her handstamped linen passport holders.

completedlayoutcharleneteo.jpgCharlene shares directions for creating this layered scrapbook page with us below.

Supplies:
1. Fabric glue
2. Playing card – Heidi Swapp
3. Chipboard alphas – Heidi Swapp
4. Block alphas – Heidi Swapp
5. Flocked chipboard frame – Heidi Grace Designs
6. Overlays – Hambly Screenprints
7. Scenic Route Laurel monogram – “G”
8. ‘Practically Perfect’ & ‘100% authentic’ coasters – Imagination Project
9. Patterned paper – Jenni Bowlin
10. 97% stickers – 7Gypsies
11. ‘Remember’ metal plate from 7Gypsies
12. ‘Photo Log’ rubber stamp – CLP
13. Chipboard alpha real red – Queen & Co.
14. Chipboard directions – cherryArte
15. Pigment Ink – Dew Drop Brilliance
16. Acrylic Paint – Making Memories
17. 2x fabric of your choice

Fabric #1: Mananita branches

mananitabranches.jpg

Fabric #2: Chestnut branches

chestnutbranches.jpg

Instructions:

1. Paint the raw chipboard circle.

daiquiripaint.jpg

2. Photo on framespracticallyperfect.jpg
2.1 Choose your photo, mat it onto Heidi Swapp huge playing card (I used the
‘backside’ with the black and white polka dots print). I did a double framing using the
flocked chipboard frame by Heidi Grace Designs.
2.2. Let’s decorate the frame with some embellishment. From anti-clockwise
direction, adhere
2.3 ‘Practically Perfect’ coaster right under the pink flocked frame
2.4. 97% word sticker by 7Gypsies followed by the triangle tab sticker
2.5. the painted chipboard circle on the tab
2.6. the ‘100% authentic’ coaster onto the pink flocked chipboard frame. Of course,
you can go on to add as many goodies as you like
2.7. We will call this Frame A
3. Building the page
3.1. Choose a darker colored 12×12 cardstock and adhere a contrasting patterned
paper. I used patterned paper (bookprint) by Jenni Bowlin
3.2. Place fabric #2 right in the middle of the patterned paper
3.3. Adhere fabric #1 on the bottom left hand corner of fabric #2
3.4. Adhere a border stripe overlay (by Hambly Studios) on fabric #2
Tips: You could substitute the overlay by stamping on transparency to get the same effect.
Staz-on is a recommended ink
4. The title
4.1. ‘GET’. Letter G (Scenic Route). Letter “E” & “T” (Heidi Swapp block alphas)
4.2. ‘that’ chipboard alpha by Heidi Swappphotologstamp.jpg
4.3. ‘look’ – chipboard alpha real red by Queen & Co

5. Stamping
5.1. Stamp the ‘Photo Log’ rubber stamp onto a piece of patterned paper using
Brilliance Dew Drop Pigment ink
5.2. Cut the stamped image and mat 7Gypsies sticker on it. We call this Frame B
5.3. Paste Frame B right below ‘look’

6. Patterned papers cutoutscloseup.jpg
6.1 I cut out the shape from any patterned paper (orange), form a right angle (we call
this Angle C) and paste it besides Frame B
6.2 Layer ‘Frame A’ onto ‘Angle C’

7. Finish this by adding the ‘REMEMBER’ metal plate from 7Gypsies.

Closeup shown at right.

www.scrapabee.blogspot.com ©2007
by Charlene Teo

One Comment

  1. Lainie
    Posted 5 years, 8 months ago | Permalink

    Whoa, a fabulous layout and the instructions are so clearly written and the accompanying photo’s are perfect. My first time ever, here.

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