I remember promising some of you who had emailed me to post the details on this layout which had been published in Scrapbook Creations a few months ago. So, here it is. It's a layout about me.
Here are the details.
I've used some tags to add some journaling.
I've added some metal embellishment to create a more vintage old look to it.
I've also apply the "Extreme Punching to Distress " technique on the photograph.
To further create an aged look to it, I've stamped some words on a cardstock and later distressed it and attached it to the layout using metal elements.
I've painted the frame with crackle paint and distress it further with rub-ons and paints.
I've layer a clock overlay with chipboard clock and attach it to a strap using a spinner and brad.
I've distressed a bare chipboard frame with some white paint and attached it using mini brads.I've used a swivel clasp to create a visual effect of the frame is hanging from the top.
Do try to read this layout using your heart. I've actually put my thoughts and dream into the design of this layout. Try interpreting it and post it in the comment section below.
So, did you all try to "read using your heart" on my last layout titled "Hold My Hand"? Did it inspire you all in a new way? You all have till this weekend to post your comment on that post and I'll be choosing a winner on Monday! Make sure you all check back for the announcement!
Sources: Cardstock: Bazzill; Pattern Papers: Stamp It; Inks: Ranger Distress Ink, Tsukineko Staz On; Stamps: QKD; Rub-Ons: Basic Grey; Chipboard: Heidi Swapp; Overlay: Heidi Swapp; Others: Ranger Crackle Paint, Making Memories Acrylic Paint, Tim Holtz idea-ology metal embellishment, mask and tag, 7Gypsies tag, floss for stitching, eyelet, brads, crafting wire, staples, Glue Dots and other adhesives.