Travel Week with Toner Sheets, Foil and Flock – Travel & Chill Scrapbook Layout
by Jessica Michaels
Jessica here and I’m back again with a scrapbook layout for Travel Week! I’ve chosen to pull out all the stops on this one(no pun intended) and used toner sheets, flock, foil AND Glitter Glitz Gel!
Travel and Chill Scrapbook Layout
Therm O Web Supplies Used
Memory Runner XL
Memory Runner XL Refill
iCraft Easy Tear Tape 1/2 inch
3D Foam Squares
Gina K Glitter Glitz Gel- White
Deco Foil A2 Toner Card Fronts – Wild Thing
Stencil Pal- 2pk
Flock Transfer Sheets- White Latte
Flock Transfer Sheets- Blue Sky
Easy Cut Adhesive Sheets
Brutus Monroe Foil Transfer Sheets- Silver Sketch
Other Supplies Used
June 2022 Hip Kit Club Kit
Peartree Cutfiles Snowflake Stencil
Winter in July, anyone? It’s totally travel-related, I promise!
I started this layout by pulling out a background paper from the 2022 Hip Kit Club Kit and my 12×12 snowflake stencil by Peartree Cut files and adhering the stencil down where I wanted it using Pixie tape- I just love that stuff because it doesn’t tear up your paper but keeps the stencil in place! I then used the stencil pal to apply the gorgeous Glitter Glitz Gel(say that 10x fast!) on the vertical aspect of my page. It dried fairly quick, about 15 minutes.
While that was drying, I heated up my laminator and foiled two of the Deco Foil Wild Thing toner card fronts with Brutus Monroe Foil Transfer Sheets in Silver Sketch and WOW, so sparkly and beautiful! I kept the sheets pretty much whole, placing one behind my matted photo and a piece of one in the top corner where I folded back my paper to show it peaking out! I adhered those and my photos down with easy tear tape and my memory tape runner.
Lastly, some flock! I adhered some white and Blue Sky Flock to the easy-cut adhesive sheets and backed them on some white cardstock for firmness. I then punched out some cute snowflakes using an old Martha Stewart punch. I simply attached them to my page using some small adhesive squares! I’ve added some embellishments to finish it off and called this one done!
Thank you for being here today and I hope I was able to inspire you to create!
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