Thursday, January 19, 2012

Elemental Paper

This paper I am actually still working with, because I chose it to be the main paper for one of the family trips to disney. So keep a look out for Elemental paper part 2.
This is a layout I did on Studio J using the Elemental paper.
This card pack was a give away on my facebook page! It had 6 of the same card in it. The picture of the card is hiding but in the area that can't be seen there is a little brown square with a baby blue button on it.
This was an example layout in the Autumn/ winter 2011 Idea book, I thought it was just soo adorable that I had to lift it! There are slight changes to mine from the idea book based on the sizes of the pictures I used. All that was needed for this was the lvl 2 elemental paper pack, the Elemental dimentsional elements and copper brads.
This card is very simple, using the faux stitching stamp that comes with the Elemental WOTG, a few brads and a lil bit of elemental paper.
This is still missing a picture due to me printing off the wrong size! This actually didn't use very much of the elemental paper, and more cardstock. Yet it kept it colorful and bright. In this I did utilize some retired chipboard buttons.

The base design of this layout was the layout design in the Workshop On The Go for the elemental paper. Everything except the rectangle pieces were cut on the Cricut, using the Art Philosophy cartridge.
This is a magnet made on a 4"x4" piece of chipboard (a left over I had from the Mix and mingle). the back has magnets on it so it can be put on the fridge for display with a family picture on it.

 you can also go check out the original Argyle layout I did for the Technique blog hop I am a part of. It uses the elemental paper with tigger.To view it go here.


General supply list

Elemental lvl 2 paper pack X7141b- $9.95
Elemental dimensional elements X7141c - $4.95
Suggested stamp set: Love Life- D1482 - $17.95
Antiqued copper designer brads Z1410 $3.95
Decor journaling spots Z1461 -$5.95
Metal Assortment (brads) Z1366- $4.95

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