“Lazy Summer Days” Layout Tutorial by Amy Voorthuis

Hi Lindy’s Stamp Gang Fans,

It’s Amy here with you on this lovely day to share a layout! This months color challenge colors are so versatile, you can use them for bright layouts, cards and altered projects, but also for the softer tones ones. I went for the softer tones for my layout. I used Ocean Breeze BlueSilent Night SilverClam Bake Beige & Twinkling Tinsel.

This is how I started my layout, I pasted the sides of my sheet with a Prima stencil then I sprayed just the right side with the four colors, and water so they could blend.

Then I took some stripes of other papers which matched my other sheet, and all stuck them down, but first added some lace and chipboard by Imaginarium Designs.

Now to the other fun part of creating this layout, getting messy with spray’s & crackle paste. Making these light blue bubbles with another stencil by Prima.

Then I just pulled all the pieces together of what I was planing to use and voila you have a layout. Not quite done jet but we are getting close!! 😉

Now I have to emboss all the pretty Imaginarium Designs chipboard pieces with some gorgeous embossing powders: Morning Glory Azure & Angel Wings Gold. This is how my finished layout looks like:

I just wanted to go with the whole beach feeling as in the picture of the color challenge this month.

This is a picture of my sweet & beautiful cousin on the beach in Sarasota Florida. Let’s have a closer look:

 

 

 

 

I hope I have inspired you to take out your pretty Lindy’s Stamp Gang Spray’s & embossing powders, and play along with our monthly challenge, you can win a $50 dollar Gift Certificate to the Lindy’s Stamp Gang store! That’s awesome right?
Lindy’s Stamp Gang product’s used:
Embossing Powders: Morning Glory Azure & Angel Wings Gold.
Thank you so much for stopping by, and I want to wish you a wonderful & creative day!
Love

3 thoughts on ““Lazy Summer Days” Layout Tutorial by Amy Voorthuis

  1. Love how this looks like dozens of layers Amy…. especially like all the small layers behind the photo and……the colors are super too. j.