Karen here with the first of my December (where has the year gone to?) projects using Let’s Go.
I started my page by cutting a piece of Flights 11.5ins wide and 4 ins deep and adhered this to a piece of Licorice card. I then cut a piece of 11.5 ins wide and 8 ins deep. I added this to my card leaving a .25 border at the bottom and both sides and overlapping the Flights slightly. I used the suitcase border from the sticker sheet to hide the join.
This range has a really usable acetate sheet which I have used on this page. To start with I cut apart the 3 x 4 pieces and used two over photographs and the third as my title. I arranged the photos at an angle either side of my title.
I used the 6 x 4 piece, with the suitcase on, for a journaling block and used a permanent pen to write on it. I also added the suitcases from the Collectables Pack.
I then went on to make another page as I loved the elements on the Acetate sheet so much.
For this page I used Chocolate card as my base – gutting a piece large enough to use as a photo mount. I then took a piece of Street Signs and cut .25in from the top and one side. I adhered this to the Chocolate card with the blue side showing. Next I cut .5in from the top and right of Cities paper. Using a craft knife and the ‘sunburst’ as a guide I cut sections from the Cities paper and cut away sections of the suitcases so that I was able to slide the acetate I wanted to use as a title under them. I added this to the Street Signs paper.
I used the star border from the sticker sheet and Union Flag border from the Souvenirs paper. After adding my photograph I placed a piece of the buildings sticker border from the sticker sheet and added a cluster of embellishments to the bottom right of my photo – these were taken from the Collectables pack, Sticker sheet and 6.5 x 6.5 Paper Pack.
I hope I have inspired you to want to try using acetate on your projects.