Scrapbook Layout Tutorial by Tina Connolly

 Hello! It’s Tina again here, and I’ve had a lot of fun spending the week sharing with you!
I love getting messy with mists, and creating textures, so I had heaps of fun creating this layout!
Here’s my tutorial.
Apply embossing ink through a stencil, and sprinkle Queen Sheba Silver embossing powder in patches.
Return excess embossing powder to container, and then sprinkle Angel Wings Gold over the remainder of the embossing ink. Melt using a heat gun.
Spray in patches and paint some of the individual bricks using Cosmopolitan Pink, Cape Cod Coral, & Down The Rabbit Hole Starburst sprays, and South Shore Sand Flat Fabio.
Add some stamping.
Apply modeling paste through a stencil, allow to dry.  Spray with Shabby Turbine Teal and Cest la vie Cerise, then add splats with Toto’s Tornado Black.
Emboss chipboard using Siver Moon Mistletoe,  and emboss Couture Creations diecuts with Angel Wings Gold.
Of course you need to add some journaling.  I tend to write mine quite small as I don’t want it to dominate the page, plus I don’t really like my own handwriting.  But it will be important to the future generations to have your own writing on your pages.
I added a little Tainted Love Teal Starburst spray in places to create extra contrast.
Happy scrapping,

9 thoughts on “Scrapbook Layout Tutorial by Tina Connolly

  1. Hi Monica, Thanks so much for your lovely comments. The die is called Mirabilis from the Heart Ease collection, It is about to be released (end March/early April)

  2. Gorgeous – it’s so helpful to see the steps you took. thanks for sharing!

  3. Tina this is an amazing layout. Gosh love your way to put it all together. And love the way you mix the colors. Such a pretty result.
    Tina would you mind telling me which Couture Creation die you used. It looks so elegant…in advance thank you for any help.
    Kind regards. Monica… Spain

  4. This such an amazing work, loooove the background work, simply stunning. My favourite !

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