Hi there dear 49 and Market fans!
I am so in love with the 49 and Market Rub-ons that I just don’t want to scrapbook without them anymore! 49 and Market has definitely spoilt me with this amazing product. It is now so easy and fast to create a magnificent page.
This is a simple layout: Lots of layering and rub-on transfers to make the page look great. The layering is mostly done with elements from the laser cut sheets and the Vintage Artistry Ephemera stack. I also used the packaging of the Vintage Artistry Leaves: Foliage as part of the layering behind the photograph. I love this photograph of my daughter; it is one of the very few times she wore her hair straight.
By now you know I like my layouts framed, this one is no different. I used the reverse side of the Vintage Artistry Leaves Journal Card sheet as background and trimmed it to 11.5” by 11.5” and distressed all the edges. Then I adhered it to the Vintage Artistry In the leaves: Autumnal paper. There are some leaves on the left-hand side of the paper, but I wanted more of the same effect. I added Vintage Artistry Leaves Foliage and run-on transfer words and phrases.
And also, small flowers and gold All Purpose Ink splatters.
I used more rub-on transfers behind the focus point as the first layer. The paint splatter and text rub-ons worked beautifully here. I slipped some flowers and foliage in between the layers.
One of the embellishment pieces in the Vintage Artistry Mango Ephemera Stack is the first layer behind the photograph and to add some interest, I inserted eyelets and thread a piece of Jute through. I also added a small epoxy photo turn.
I repeated the eyelet and Jute on a tag at the bottom of the layered stack, and again add a photo turn.
The smaller flowers are my favorite. I created a small bouquet with flowers from different packs as well as foliage and Guiney Fowl feathers. To brighten it up a bit I gently brushed the flowers with Gold All Purpose Ink again.
The layers behind the photo includes elements from the Vintage Artistry Mango Ephemera Stack, Rectangle Stitched Frames and Tab Frames. Some are raised with foam tape and others are flat. I liked the “Hello” rub-on transfer just like it is as the title for the page. (Look at the gorgeous rub-on transfers on the piece of packaging I used to layer.) Then I dry-brushed Gold All Purpose Ink around the tab frame to repeat the gold in the layout. Finally, I added more gold Splatters, it just brough light into the layout!
49 and Market products:
Other products used:
- Vegas Gold All Purpose Ink
- Guinea Fowl feathers
Thank you so much for stopping by, I hope you found a little inspiration here!