Friday, January 31

programmed for mischief {MERLY IMPRESSIONS & KAISERCRAFT}

hello scrappy friends! 

 today i would like to share a brand new layout with you, which i created for MERLY IMPRESSIONS, using the amazing KAISERCRAFT “garage days” collection.
i thought this paper line will fit my picture perfectly!

"PROGRAMMED FOR MISCHIEF"



to create my background i used the nuts and bolts pattern paper from the garage days collection, the crafter's workshop masking template with harlequin design and TIM HOLTZ “broken china” distress ink pad. after the ink has dried i added additional structure with PRIMA marketing "stars" masking template and white modeling paste.



then i cut the shield gloss die cut paper in two and added the red half to the side of my layout, after i distressed its edges.

to create the banner and most of the embellishments i used the COLLECTABLES pack from the same collection. i tied the banner and the tags with TIM HOLTZ idea-ology paper string – black and white.



to build LUIGI'S tire tower i used also cardstock die cuts from the COLLECTABLES pack.


 for my title i used a WOW chipboard title "programmed for mischief". i altered it with SPARKLE N SPRINKLE buttercup petal [EP389] and pool side [EP393] embossing powders.


i distressed the edges of my pictures and layered it on a 10 x 15 cm KAISERCRAFT coconut weave cardstock and a 11 x 16 cm piece from the tire shop pattern paper.


for the black film strips i used TIM HOLTZ sizzlits decorative strip die "filmstrip frames". i embssed the inner parts with TIM HOLTZ "blueprint and gear set" embossing folders and placed them back in the filmstrip. 


here is a complete list with the products i used on this page:


 thank you for visiting my blog today!

i really appreciate your sweet words and comments!

hugs 'n smiles,


2 comments:

Valerie Andrieux said...

That's a fantastic layout for a boy ! Love your work !

Cindy Gay said...

Very nice!