The Deconstucted Layouts

Welcome to my Deconstructed Layouts! A series of simple tutorials about how my layouts are made. Each one focuses on a technique you can easily use on your own layouts and projects. You won't need anything fancy or any special tools. Pretty much everything I use is stuff you will have in your supply already. So let's get started! 

Creating a mixed media background with stencils, PITT® Pastel Pencils, Art GRIP® Watercolor Pencils, spray inks, molding paste, and stamps. 



In today's session we are learning to paper pleat, it takes a little practice, but it is so fun once you get the hang of it!




Today's session is all about background texture



Today's session is about using repeated colors and shapes on a project.



In this session we are going to learn how to layer a LOT of the same color onto a layout.



In this session we are working with one large photo on out layout.




In this session we are talking about scrapping those memories where we have no photos.



In this session we are going to create a multi stamp background for our layout.



In this session we are using up those little scraps of paper that we hate to throw away!




In this session we are talking about ways to use those not so perfect photos from the pre-digital era. 




In this session learn how to alter your chipboard by adding lots of dimensional texture to it!


In this session learn to create a multi dimensional, mixed media background using paint, stencils, stamps, and colors. 


In this session learn to create a multi colored, metallic background using Lindy's Stamp Gang's Magicals Powders. 
 

The Deconstructed Layout #3
In this session learn to make an amazingly cute Box Flower that you can use on a variety of projects.  ananana



 The Deconstructed Layout #2
In this session learn how to create lots of raised texture using a single sheet of paper.





Deconstructed Layout #1
In this session learn how to use stencils, molding paste, ink, and dry magicals powders to created the brick border under my photo.




1 comment:

  1. What a refreshingly wonderful page Anita! Each layout is a delight with the focus firmly and clearly on the photo. Oh and I see your own writing is featured too! Yes!
    I have stopped buying some magazines and stopped visiting some blogs.....I don't want to play Find The Photo or What's this About?....toooo boring.
    I am becoming a follower and I am writing about you in my customer newsletter ....I hope it brings visitors to you. I want to shout YES while reading this!
    Regards
    Julie Short
    Time To Create

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