Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Cruise Adventures with Die Versions


Hello my dear crafty friends!
Irit is here again and this is my new layout made with Die Versions new stamps and dies set Sailaway set.
As a " well known world traveller" I have a lot of sea photos and this layout was made to use those new DV dies and stamps.
As you can see I stamped 3 tickets with 3 different stamps from this set. The cluster on the right middle of the page was  made with 3 stamped and die cut images and  colored a bit over the stamped pieces.
I also stamped the birds from this set on the top of the piece and doodled inside with white pen.
I also made a step by step instructions for this layout and you are welcome to try the similar one:

Product list:
 Stamps, dies: Die-Versions Sail away dies
Sail away stamps
Paper, stickers: Paper House Productions
Inks: Ranger
Mist: Lindy's Stamp Gang
Other: lace, ribbon, buttons
Sketch: SG Create
Step by step instructions:
1.Use paper with birds as your layout base. Cut the beach paper to 8*8'' square and adhere it over the basic paper as shown.
2.Cut a strip of a " wood like " paper from the same pad and punch it with circled punch. Adhere the punched strip vertically as shown. Add a strip of a blue lace tape and a piece of blue ribbon near the punched strip.
3. Glue the main photo. Make tag from another photo and mat it with the light blue paper left from the strip cut.
4. Stamp the sayings and make a hand made tickets from the stamped sayings. Adhere all three tickets as shown. Glue the 3d title  over the photos.
5. Make 2 embellishments clusters with stamped and die cut sea images. Add cork stickers over both clusters.
6. Stamp birds around the page with blue ink and doodle inside the stamped birds with white pen. Add random blue mists around the page. Glue a few buttons as shown.






Hope you like my small tutorial and see you soon again!

2 comments:

  1. Love your layout. Something it's hard to add small stamp/die cut elements into a large layout, but you rocked it. it's a soft relaxing layout... wish I was there instead of in frigged Chicago, where it's 6 degrees today.

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  2. Irit this is such a beautiful layout!! I love how you used the stamps and dies on this page!

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