Country Windmill Scrapbook Page

Darkroom Door - Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Hi!! Belinda here today sharing my project using the fabulous new Country Windmill Photo Stamp.

I have lots of photos of my own real windmill so I couldn't wait to use this stamp as an embellishment on a layout. I can just see myself using this stamp on some masculine cards too in the not so distant future.

To create my windmill embellishments, I simply applied the Country Windmill Photo Stamp onto acetate using Ranger Archival Ink in Jet Black. I cut them out and then added to my layout using double-sided tape strategically positioned behind the black parts of the image so that it is hidden.
I created this layout by building up layers on the background paper. First up, I heat embossed the Scratches Background Stamp using white embossing powder. I rubbed in Rusty Hinge Distress Ink and sprayed and splattered on some Pumpkin Pie Glimmermist.
Next I used applied some Heidi Swapp Color Shine in Tinsel over a small template and flicked some splatters over the layout too.
Then it was time for a stamping layer. I used some quotes from the Essentials 11 Collection Everyday Life Rubber Stamps Set and applied repeatedly over the layout using Ranger Archival Inks in Coffee and Sienna.
Finally it was a matter of layering on all of the embellishments, the photo and the title.
Darkroom Door products used:
TIM HOLTZ Distress Ink:
- Jet Black
- Coffee
- Sienna
Thankyou so much for checking out the blog today. I hope I have made you love the Country Windmill Stamp as much as I do. :-)


Roslyn Machon commented on 04-Jan-2014 07:52 AM
Scrapbooking is not normally my thing, but this page is truly lovely: - a beautiful piece of work!

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