Friday, September 8, 2017

Good Times using Photo Play Freestyle by Kerryn Fry

Good morning all!
I'm back today with another page featuring Photo Play Freestyle.
Love this collection, so perfect for a snow trip photos.
Master 13 trying to concur the slopes
I have started with a sheet of Kraft Cardstock as the base.
The background effect is very simple for this page, using a few different snowflake stamps 
and Picket Fence Distress Ink, I have stamped both the left and right side. 

I have used the Kaisercraft Decorative Snowflake Die and a sizzix snowflake die to 
cut out snowflakes using white cardstock and a thin piece of darker cardboard.
The snow flakes have been decorated with Kaisercraft Rhinestones and Stickles glitter
and then randomly placed on the page

The 2 Crafty Line Word Good Times makes a great title.
The chipboard line word was covered first with white and blue ink to give it a good covereage.
I have then decorated the title with Diamond and Blue Stickles fir a little sparkle.
The journal strips are snowboards that I have fussy cut from the patterned paper 'Jason Murphy'.

I have used a few elements from the die cut pack and cut some from patterned paper 
to create embellishment clusters in each corner of the photos.
They have been mounted on foam tape to give the page a bit more depth.

That's all from me today.
I hope you have enjoyed my latest page and find some inspiration.
Thank you for visiting, please pop back on Monday to check out Fiona's next project.
Products Used:
Bazzill Cardstock - Kraft
Bazzill Cardstock - Raven
Bazzill Cardstock - White
Photo Play Freestyle - Element Sticker Sheet
Photo Play Freestyle - Ephemera Die Cuts
Photo Play Freestyle - Halfpipe
Photo Play Freestyle - Drop in
Photo Play Freestyle - Jason Murphy
Photo Play Freestyle - Carve
2 Crafty Line Words - Good Times
Distress Ink Picket Fence
Kaisercraft Decorative Die - Mini Snowflake
Kaisercraft Rhinestones - Bronze
Bo Bunny Stamps - Snowflakes
Sizzix Die Snowflakes

1 comment:

  1. Superb job with the snowflakes, creating a winter wonderland. Love it!