Say Aloha layout

Hi Everyone, Pam here.

Say Aloha is bright, bold and full of colour, and I have had such fun using it this month.

This layout is all about cutting and slotting!2015-05-18 12.33.18First I cut around the corner design of the Tropical Gloss paper. To cut around a design like this it is best to use a sharp craft knife on a glass cutting board. My cutting board in a cheap kitchen worktop saver I got from Ikea I think. The secret to good cutting is to turn the paper, and not the knife.2015-05-18 10.12.37 The next step was to use the Damask Quarter stencil with Pink Kaisermist spray ink to add some colour and pattern to the Tiki Hut die cut paper. When the mist was dry I once again took my craft knife and cut around the design on the bottom of the paper.2015-05-18 11.24.54 I then slotted my photo under the cut design, and adhered it to the die cut paper.2015-05-18 11.33.44 The next step was to slot the die cut paper and photo under the cut design of the Tropical Gloss paper.2015-05-18 11.37.49

My title was made with a combination of letter stickers and a stamp from the co-ordinating stamp set.2015-05-18 12.25.38

The layout was finished off by layering on some of the die cut collectables.

2015-05-18 12.25.15 2015-05-18 12.25.19 2015-05-18 12.25.26 2015-05-18 12.25.55 So that’s it… Just Another Day in Paradise.2015-05-18 12.33.18I hope you love this collection as much as I do!!



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