Hello 49 and Market Fans.
Here is my layout featuring the stunning new Vintage Artistry Anywhere collection. I love everything about this collection, and it is perfect for everyday travel.
This is my daughter and her husband on vacation in Ireland, April 2019. These photos were taken at the Cliffs of Moher.
For this layout I used the Vintage Artistry Anywhere Quest paper on the left side and the Vintage Artistry Anywhere Fragment paper on the right side. I trimmed the B-side of the Vintage Artistry Anywhere Journal Cards paper to 27 cm it on top of the Quest and Fragment papers.
The Vintage Artistry Anywhere collection includes two stunning laser-cut sheets. I used elements from both sheets. The laser-cut string pieces that I used on the two portrait photos are my favorite, and they look so real.
I added a postal stamp and images from the Snapshots of Yesterday set to the corners. Next, I added color to the background using a blending tool and Distress Oxide in Mowed Lawn and splats with Broken China (only in the corners).
I then added lots of amazing rub-on transfers from the Vintage Artistry Anywhere. You can see these in the corners and also on two of the tabs. When I start with these rub-on transfers I need to force myself to stop, I just love them. The new Washi Tape die-cut shape sheet is just a great addition to this collection. Here I used it on the tabs as well and randomly on my layout. This sheet includes words as well as images.
I layered my matted photos on pieces from the 4×6 File Frame Set and Square File Frame set. The packs are loaded with goodness and include tabbed frames and individual tabs and mats. On these tabs, I used words from the Washi die-cut sheet and rub-on transfer and one for the date stamp. My layout also includes a few Dusty Attic chippies and the title, just perfect for these photos.
Here you can see how I used the chipboard stickers, wishing bubbles and trinkets, and ephemera bits. Most of the elements were raised with foam tape.
I used one of the cards from the Ephemera Bits and cut out two frames. These frames were also raised with foam tape at the back.
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I hope you find time to create with all the new 49 and Market products.
Thank you for visiting the blog. Happy crafting!