Tuesday, December 01, 2009

More Masters Team Inspiration . . .


Oh Boy created by Heather Banker

DUDE created by Heather Banker - scraps from kit

Zzzzz created by Stephanie Powers

I LOVE this boy created by Pam Boudreaux

WOW, I love the way they used the Glitz Design Stamps on these layouts & the others. The Glitz stamp sets can be used 8 different ways!!!! KUDOS to these girls for getting sooo many layouts with this kit!!!

Stay tuned, there is STILL MORE creations with this November kit.

Happy Scrappin'


Pam B said...

I loved this kit, especially the stickers - I wanted to use them all! I am definitely going to do another layout with this line. A few notes on this one: I stamped over the cardstock oval as a background for my title. The letters used in the title are from a previous kit. Some of the stickers used are pop dotted. This is a collection of photos over a 3 year period, so I noted the dates next to the pics.

Wow! This was only 1/3 of the kit - so much to LOVE this month!


Steph said...

ZZZ/dude this boy can sleep anywhere

For the title, I covered the words that were originally on the paperstrip with chipboard that I painted and then layered stickers to read “dude this boy can sleep anywhere”. For the “can sleep anywhere” I printed directly on the sticker using my printer. You just print the phrase you want on regular printer paper then attach sticker directly over words printed and then run it though your printer again. Be sure to cut the sticker off the sticker sheet without peeling it off the backing, adhere to the paper with adhesive then after its printed just peel it off. I layered strips of paper and stickers throughout the layout. The ZZZ cloud and star strip with green swirls directly below it are chipboard that I covered with paper. The z’s are from a previous masters kit. You know we all have z’s that we never use from our sticker letters and thickers! This month’s masters kit was jam packed with paper!! I have enough left over from just this paper line to make another two page spread.