If you’re looking for a fun and creative way to spice up your scrapbooking projects, you’re in for a treat! In this video tutorial, Anna Sigga will show you how to create stunning dimensional embellishment clusters using the Life’s A Bowl of Cherries collection. From bold and vibrant colors to fun and whimsical designs, this collection is perfect for adding a pop of personality to any project.
But that’s not all! Anna will also demonstrate how to #G45LeveledUp a pre-made folio with the Enchanted Forest collection. With its mystical creatures and lush foliage, this collection is ideal for adding a touch of enchantment to your scrapbooking projects.
So grab your supplies and get ready to join Anna as she walks you through these exciting techniques step-by-step. Whether you’re a seasoned scrapbooker or a newcomer to the craft, you’re sure to come away inspired and ready to create something truly magical.
Creating Dimensional Embellishment Clusters
By Anna Sigga
I am ready for spring, flowers and all those happy colours, especially those sweet berries.
The Life’s A Bowl of Cherries collection is the perfect spring/summer collection, and I decide to make several dimensional embellishments clusters using this fab collection.
The patterned papers offer so much fun for fuzzy-cut lovers out there, and I just adore any excuse to use flowers and bling on my creations.
I started by cutting some of my favourite pieces from the cut-apart sheets and stamping the sentiments from the stamp set.
I then fuzzy cut around the sentiment, and of course, I inked the edges to match the papers I was using.
I also die-cut several shapes from the 8×8 cardstock for the background and went to town. It is so much fun to create these lil clusters, and they come in handy when you make a card last minute or need an embellishment for a layout or a mini-album.
Thank you so much for stopping by, and don’t forget to share your G45 creations with us.”
Enchanted Forest Folio
By Anna Sigga
“Hello, fellow Graphic45 lovers.
When I got the Enchanted Forest Collectors edition collection, I wanted to create an album using it, and I chose the beautiful Album Kit 23 V3 – Little One as my inspiration.
I followed most of the instructions cause the kit is gorgeous, but I made minor modifications to fit my needs.
I did not do the criss-cross cut for the folio by creating a slip pocket using a small piece of one of the patterned papers, and this is a great way to use those smaller strips to create pockets.
The cuts for my waterfall are as follows:
- 4 ⅜ x 5 ¾ (2 pieces)
- 4 ⅜ x 1 ⅜ (2 pieces)
- 4 ⅜ x 6 ¼ (8 pieces)
I didn’t measure any of my photo/journaling inserts. Instead, I used leftover patterned papers and adhered them onto black cardstock and some I just used as is.
I then decorated the cover using some of my fave metal embellishments, paper roses, and matter pearls.