Hiya ThermOWeb fans!

Suzanna here today to share with you another remake project. This week we are remaking projects from a fellow ThermOWeb designer and putting our own spin on them. I was inspired by Katrina’s Christmas layout below where she used a clear toner sheet to create a large shaker. The row of embellishments at the bottom, left-hand corner of the page was also eye-catching to me.

This is my take on Katrina’s wonderful layout;

Laura Kelly and ThermOWeb have teamed up and released a new line of products that are just adorable! I really wanted to use the “Me & My Peeps” stamp set as I’ve done, as the row of embellishments at the bottom of the page, where Katrina has the Bella Blvd snowman and trees. I’m not one of elaborate stamp coloring so I kept it simple and just used unblended Faber-Castell Pitt pens to color the clothing of my people. And, given it was July of 2020, during the stay-at-home COVID days, it was only fitting to have a house beside me and my peeps!

Clear toner sheets abound lately with the monthly leases from ThermOWeb and they make the PERFECT covers for shakers! Only fitting for the 4th of July, or American Independence Day, I went with a large star-shaped shaker. This Candy Striped toner sheet made the perfect “topping” to shaker, containing all those sequins, as it kept the theme of the vertical stripes found at the top of the page. The Laura Kelly “Magic Wand Silver” was, of course, the perfect color for those stripes!

ThermOWeb’s new 3D Jumbo foam rolls are made for this task; the “wall” of foam that elevates your clear toner sheet to leave sufficient room for the sequins (or other goodies) to shake around. These rolls are perfect as they are SUPER sticky and hold everything in place without grabbing the sequins so they don’t slip, slide around. I find too, that the backing is much easier to remove.

One can never have enough pizzazz and sparkle on a Fourth of July layout, right? In keeping with that thought, I used one of Laura’s 6×6 toner sheets, Spotty Dots, with Denim Jeans Blue foil, to back my photo. The pops of blue in random circles felt like pops of fireworks and they mimicked the same various circular sizes of the sequins, thus wrapping up the layout and tying everything together nicely.

ThermOWeb Product used;

There is a process video where you can learn all about putting together your own large shaker using the new jumbo foam rolls and see how to foil the toner sheets, both clear and patterned.

Thanks for stopping in today!



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