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Wedding Layout

hi Friends!  Debbie with you today sharing a wedding themed layout made with some of my favorite products by ClearScraps!


This layout has lots of fun techniques you can try! Here are a few of the supplies you will need, be sure to open minded to adding more as you go along.


The first step will be to decide where you want your photo to be on your layout. Draw a line around the border of the matting with pencil.


he next step will be to add your stenciling with modeling paste and I used ClearScraps Swirl Flourish 6x6 Stencil to push the paste through.


Here is how it will look when it's dry.


Now for the glimmer mist, be sure you have a paper towel close by.


Lightly spray your color on and I dried it with a heat gun because I wanted to keep some of the large splatters.


Once the color was dry I added splatters with several other mists.


Keeping with the Swirl theme I added some stamping with ClearScraps Swirl Flourish Stamp.


Next step is to adhere your mats to your layout.  I used 3 layers.  I adhered the first two layers to the background page and I wanted to give the top mat some dimension so I adhere a piece of cardboard to the back of the top mat and adhered it to the background mats.


Time for the photo.


The title is next, I simply used chalk ink to cover it and then embossed it with Copper embossing powder.  The title is a ClearScraps Chipboard word.



The final steps for this layout is to adhere all your embellishments and add your finishing touches.  

I fussy cut some flowers from patterned paper and added a little more mist by painting around the photo with a brush and allowing it drip in places.

I added some seed beads and sequins with Gel Medium and allowed it all to dry.


I hope you will give some of these fun techniques a try, stenciling is a great way to add dimension to your layouts!

Thanks for stopping by the ClearSnaps Blog today!



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