If you’re like me, sometimes finding that perfect piece of pretty, scrappy paper is close to impossible! Luckily, I have some pretty awesome inks at my disposal! I got a little creative with our new ColorBox® Teresa Collins Pigment Inks and created a background piece for this layout!
The black and white piece to the left looks like a regular piece of patterned paper-but it’s not! It was very easy to create this piece with the Teresa Collins Inks and ColorBox® Embossing Powder. I simply created the stripes using masking tape. Once I had the section of paper masked, I simply pounced my Pigment Ink pad on the paper until I had complete coverage. Once i was satisfied with coverage, I carefully removed the masking tape and heat embossed the stripes with ColorBox® Embossing Powder.
Once that piece is complete, I was able to assemble the page in no time. The flowers have been stamped with Teresa Collins Pigment Ink and fussy cut out; the leaves were cut freehand and stamped with Pigment Ink and water to give a watercolor effect. Those cute little arrows were created using the ColorBox® Art Screen “Lattice.” After placing some stamping around the page-I was complete! Thanks for stopping by for this quick-tip layout!!
- ColorBox® Teresa Collins Pigment Inks “Loft Black, Feisty Red, Gold Shine (Metallic)”
- ColorBox® Ann Butler Art Screen “Lattice”
- ColorBox® Embossing Powder “Black”
- ColorBox® Archival Dye Ink “Wicked Black”
- watercolor paper
- Teresa Collins pre-cut journaling cards
- Teresa Collins stamp
- chipboard embellishments
- Stampendous stamp