Jennifer Larson again, trying to keep warm by using some warm scrapbooking products.
True, scrapbooking products don't normally make me think "warm," but some are cozier than others. Here's what I thought up:
- heat embossing
- wood (you know, wood fires...just not on your page)
And here are some pages that make use of these warm products:
The first one uses fabric trim layered on top of paper trims. Layers always make me think warm. Diane Payne also used some layered trim, this time misted:
And here's one I misted as well.
I added ribbon to this page. It was too thin, so I lay down some adhesive and randomly ruffled it as I stitched across it:
Diane did something similar on these two pages. Look at how varied it looks in each page!
Fabric...not something I scrap with much, but after looking at the following pages, I should! Here Amy Sorenson put a TON of fabric accents on the page:
And Diane added a pocket--an actual pocket!--that houses a mini album. Cute!
Here I printed a photo on self-adhesive canvas:
I sometimes use felt, which is hard to sew but easier to glue. Here's a hand cut mouse accent I made:
And some felt stickers on a page about my monster history. (I like googly eyes, in case you can't tell.)
(You know that Muppets personality quiz going around? How cute would it be to use felt on a page about your Muppet personality? Mine is Crazy Harry. I dunno about that one...)
Heat embossing is fun but sometimes delicate. Here's a page where I heat embossed some stamped circles:
Sometimes, if I mess up the embossing and get stray color, I cut out the accent and adhere it like I did on this page:
Thank you again for checking out these warm products! I hope oday gave you some toasty product inspiration; tomorrow we visit some toasty subjects to scrapbook!