Hiya ThermOWeb fans, Suzanna here today! I know Halloween has come and gone but it’s my favorite holiday and I’m not ready to face the music that it’s time to move on. Or should I say face the food of Thanksgiving? This week we have been sharing projects created with amazing stamps and stencils from the Ink Blot Shop. If they are new to you, be sure to check them out, the product is so fun!
Eyes on You Scrapbook Layout
- Deco Foil Transfer Sheets – Red, Plum, Opal
- Deco Foil Peel ‘n Stick Toner Sheets
- Pixie Spray
- Gina K. Designs Permanent Adhesive Dot Runner, 30 ft., Clear
- Gina K. Glitz Glitter Gel – Black
- Purple Tapes
- iCraft Ultra Bond Permanent Dries Clear Adhesive, 2 fl oz
- iCraft Metal Tips for iCraft Adhesive bottles (2pk)
- Brutus Monroe Designer Toner Sheet (unfortunately, this is sold out, sorry)
- Deco Foil Transfer Gel DUO
Ink Blot Shop Supplies;
- Tags & Tape Address Blocks Stamp
- Funny Faces Stamp
- Spaced Out Greetings Stamp
- Giant Hey You Stencil
- Drips & Splats Stencil
Clean and simple, that is how this layout is best described. By keeping it clean and simple, the shimmer of the DecoFoils and the Glitz Glitter Gel shine.
Red DecoFoil Toner sheets make the eeriest blood drippings when combined with the Ink Blot Shop Drips & Splatters Stencil. Duo Gel dries in no time and you have two options for application; laminator OR your manual die cut machine. My laminator allows me to run 12×12 layouts through it, so that is my preference, thus being able to work on a full sheet of cardstock without having to cut my paper and piece it together.
The title of this layout, “Hey, I’ve Got Eyes on You” spans across two Ink Blot Shop Tags & Tape Address Blocks that are stamped on patterned paper. The word “hey” is black Glitz Glitter Gel applied through the top half of the Giant Hey You stencil from Ink Blot Shop. Rather than using the “plain” tape, I glammed things up a bit and made foil tape. Literally. By using Peel ‘n Stick Toner Sheets, the adhesive is already present! Quick and easy!
And, let’s not forget the main “theme”, the eyes! By stamping two of the many different face options from the Funny Faces stamp set and fussy cutting them, I have the many sets of eyes peering out at me, much akin to the glaring teen death look in the photo, don’t you think?! LOL!
It’s much easier to SEE how the product is used and comes together, in my opinion. So be sure to click on the video below for detailed instructions on how the amazing Duo gel and Toner sheets work when combined with the goodness of the Ink Blot Shop stamps and stencils. Stick around to watch each of those elements get combined into a fun Halloween layout!
Thanks for stopping in today! – Suzanna