Baby Jack Layout
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Baby Jack Layout

A simple layout is the perfect way to show off a single photo.
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 ColorBox® Archival Dye Stamp Pad, small

ColorBox® Archival Dye Stamp Pad

 Color Catcher™, small

Color Catcher™

 

Material List

  • Hampton Art Stamp - Carriage and Scratch Pattern
  • ColorBox® Archival Dye Ink Pad - Mudslide
  • Cardstock - Aqua, White and Brown
  • Die Cut Shapes - Floral and Leaf
  • Rhinestone Brad
  • Clearsnap® Smooch® Spritz - Sea Kiss, Log Cabin and Green Olive
  • Clearsnap® Color Catcher® Spray Box
  • Safety Pin, Large
  • Beads - Alphabet
  • Buttons - Assorted
  • Ribbon - Assorted
  • Foam Tape
  • Tape Runner
  • Glue - White
  • Photograph, 2½"x3½" - Sepia
 

Project Instructions

Assemble Color Catcher® Spray Box, and lay on work surface.

Cut a piece of white cardstock 7½"x7½", place in Color Catcher®, and spray with Log Cabin Smooch® Spritz. Make sure you mix the Spritz well before you spray, or the nozzle will clog. Check to see that all of the powder is well mixed.

Cut a piece of white cardstock 3½"x8". Place in the Color Catcher®, and spray with Sea Kiss Smooch® Spritz. You can use as much, or as little color to achieve the look you like.

When dry, stamp the blue layer with Carriage image using Mudslide ink pad. Stamp in an all-over pattern to achieve the look of a printed paper.

Die cut several sizes of flowers and two leaves out of white cardstock. (If you don’t have a die-cut machine, you can buy die-cut flowers, or even use white silk flowers, and remove them from the stem.

Place the flowers in the Color Catcher®, and spray with Sea Kiss Spritz. Then spray leaves with Green Olive. When dry, stamp over a few flowers with Scratch Pattern stamp using Mudslide ink pad.

Poke holes in the flowers with a needle tool, and thread them from smallest to largest onto the rhinestone brad.

Cut a piece of aqua cardstock 8"x8".

Adhere the brown-spritzed square to the aqua base. Then adhere the blue-spritzed panel to the lower half of the layout.

Use a tape runner to attach ribbons to the top and bottom of the blue panel.

Attach your photograph to a slightly larger piece of brown cardstock. Then adhere that piece to the layout using foam tape.

Poke a hole next to the photo using a needle tool, insert brad with flowers through the hole and attach to the layout. Glue two leaves behind the flowers.

Put alphabet letters on safety pin, and glue on layout. Glue on buttons.