upon a time, it was believed that the Earth was flat.
Once upon a time, scrapbooking was believed to be a flat
hobby. Both turned out to not be true.
Scrapbooking is an often changing
art form encompassing so many different styles and mediums.
Manufacturers make intriguing new products that add new
textures and layers to creations. Designers choose to
bring interesting elements from all different areas of their
lives to layouts. The result of combining these
interesting embellishments with dimensional adhesive are
layouts that POP!
My Heart and Soul by Natasha Naranjo Aguirre
Paper: BoBunny Press, Corrugated Board: Zutter,
Chipboard: The Dusty Attic, Metal: Advantus, Ribbon:
Advantus, Grungeboard, Embossing Powder: Ranger Industries,
Ink: Clearsnap, Flowers: Prima Marketing, Other: eyelets.
Tools: Punches: EK Success, Fiskars, Hole Punch: We R
Notes: To create dimension on my layout, I use a variety
of adhesives (foam squares, glue dots, etc.) to layer my
papers and embellishments.
Imagine by Kim Sonksen
Supplies: Papers: Donna Salazar for GCD Studios,
Mists: Donna Salazar for Clearsnap,
Inks: Clearsnap, Tag: Rusty Pickle,
Adhesive: Helmar Zap Dots,
Clock: Dollar Store.
Design Notes: To add more interest to the clock, I added a layered star flower to the tag to make
it "pop" from the background.