Hiya ThermOWeb fans, Suzanna here to share with you a game night layout, in keeping with the theme of the week. But before I share my layout with you, I have a question. I’m curious. When you hear “game night”, do you think football or board game? This spurred a long debate in my household. Not having grown up here in the US, game night to me means board games. However, I now realize, it generally references football to most Americans.

Game Night Scrapbook Layout with Deco Foil Flock

ThermOWeb Flock transfer sheets and Foil transfer sheets feature on this layout and serve as the most eye-catching adornments of this layout about my son and his Grandmother, my Mother in Law, playing a board game together.

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First things first, the title. The title is created like a mosaic in order to re-create the board of a board game. Think the colored tiles of Candyland. Each letter was cut whole from one of four different colors of Flock Transfer sheet and then “tiles” or pieces were hand-cut. Each of these tiles was then laid down on a white letter. It’s much easier to see how I did that in the video below. Before cutting the flock, I backed the sheets with Easy-Cut Adhesive for ease of sticking the pieces down.

Next up I created the game tokens. These were created with 5 different foils; gold on Maker Forte Sunrise Lake, Silver on Moonlit Lake, and bronze on bronze to create 3 different “value” tokens. For the depth of the top layer, I backed the PeelNStick Toner Sheets with Gina K 110lb Premium Cardstock. This created a nice thick yet cuttable layer for the “ribbing” of the token. Again, best seen in the video below.

Depth and dimension are something I love on my layouts and I just love how the flock and foil provide texture and dimension. I also love using iCraft double-sided foams to layer embellishments for more depth. Like I did with the overlapping die in the photo above. That fold-out flap with the journaling underneath is possible thanks to 1/4 inch Gina K double-sided tape. So many great products for all your memory-keeping needs!

Be sure to click on the video below for a more detailed look at how the flock and foiled pieces came together!

Game Night Video Tutorial

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