Friday, September 26, 2014

Using Die- Versions dies for Mixed Media scrapbooking is easy

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my second September post here .

This time I am going to share my new Mixed Media scrapbooking page made with not one, not two, but 4 Die- versions dies and they just fit this layout as a glove on your hand.

I made waves imitation with Ovals Background die and used parts of my cuts inside the hand cut circles over the page. Then I added some micro beads inside the die cut pieces to make my so called " sand".

The Great Day sweet spot was a sub- title of this page and was added on the lower left corner cut from patterned paper again.

The huge  Old Globe  -East die was died cut from patterned paper and glued over another patterned paper piece. But then I heat embossed part of it, inked it and added some  white shades over the piece and it looks like a real globe with all those colors and a texture.

The last one, but not the least, is this Lace Dots  border added randomly on the top and the bottom of this page just to connect the whole page together and to add some green color to this almost monochromatic layout.
I hope you like my scrapbooking page and understand that Die- Versions die are not just for card makers! No way! Any scrapbooker or altered artist can use them in a lot of ways and to maximize the value of the dies.


  1. Irit your layout is just amazing. A total work of art.

  2. I love your layout and the globe turned out so pretty!!

  3. This is gorgeous, Irit!! The design and layout are fabulous!!

  4. I am fascinated by mixed media, but not good at it! Love what you've done!

  5. Irit, I love your mixed media projects. I would love to start a mixed media monthly journal, but have no idea how. You should do a 101 on mixed media for us newbies.

  6. Wow, your mixed media layout is incredible! The colors, the micro beads and the heat embossing all look just amazing! The design is gorgeous!!!!
    Sherrie K