Monday, November 21, 2011

Typeset School Layout

These photos are not so great... sorry about that!  In Michigan- good lighting this time of year is hard to come by some days... and usually all the good lighting is while I'm at work. 

BUT... the layout was a hit with my customers at crops this fall.
 There is a close up of the "super star" part down below... since that section is all "washed out" in this photo.  This layout will hold a few verticle photos in a row.  One on the left page with a smaller photo above the "winner" accent- and a few more on the right page.

 This photo shows that I used a circle die cut as a guide to add a bronze glitz glitter gel dotted circle to my page.
If you look at the photo of the second page of the layout- there is another, larger circle in the lower right corner... so I had 2 different sized cardstock circles and strictly used them to get my spacing correct so they looked like circles.
And here it is finished... at an angle so you can sort of see the dimension left by the dried glitter gel.
I LOVE THAT STUFF!!!  I am always pulling out one of my Glitz colors for something.

Want to make this project yourself?

You will need:
Typeset Level 2 Paper pack
Typeset complement Canvas Shapes
Bronze Glitz Glitter Gel

Note:  My layout used about 3-4 sheets of Desert Sand Cardstock but the Level 2 paper pack comes with 2 sheets.  You can either choose another color from the paper pack for your photo mat areas or you could purchase a package of 24 sheets of Desert Sand Cardstock.

I did not use any stamps on this project.... but if you decide to purchase the above supplies- keep in mind that through the end of this month- if you purchase $25 or more in Stamps- you can select this stamp set for only $25!!  These are clear stamps so if you don't have any clear blocks- you'll want one of those as well.

If you make a purchase of these supplies from my website- let me know and I'll e-mail you the cutting guides within 48 hours.

If you are on my mailing list... stay tuned for a special sale this week! 

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