Clearsnap :: "New Baby" Layout

Clearsnap gave me the wonderful opportunity to be a guest designer over on there blog! I’m so excited!! I created this lovely little layout with various paper from Studio Calico, Echo Park, Crate Paper and even some October Afternoon which were all edged with the “Chestnut Roan” fluid chalk pad! All the ink used are from Clearsnap. I used a cats eye 6 pad set called “Coffee House” which has some of the prettiest sort of burlesque like colors {purples, creams, blues and brown}

I used the “putty” colored pad and stamp it directly from pad to paper to created the “eyeball” like teardrop shape. I then added some white faux stitching to make them pop! I splattered some “Silver Foil” smooch spritz on top for a splattered effect! Some more stamping was done with an astrid stamp from American Crafts with that same “putty” colored ink. The clouds were stamped with the watermark twinkle “stardust” ink pad which is basically a shimmery embossing ink. It created a tone on tone effect with the Kraft background. I finished off the layout by inking some Maya Road chipboard pieces with the “Coffee House” ink pad set and adding bits of washi tape. Here are a few close up images as well ::

Product List ::
Colorbox Fluid Chalk Inkpad (Chestnut Roan)
Colorbox Cat’s Eye Archival Dye Inkpads (Coffee House)
Top Boss Watermark Twinkle Ink Pad
Smooch Spritz (Silver Foil)
• Assorted Papers from American Crafts, Crate Paper, October Afternoon & Studio Calico
• American Crafts Thickers & OA Mini Market Stickers
• Maya Road Chipboard Pieces (Silhouettes & Hearts)
• Washi Tape
• Other assorted embellishments

Thanks so much and make sure to go check this out over on the Clearsnap blog!
Drew

6 Comments

  1. May 18, 2012 / 9:45 am

    Awww no way….new born babies are not ugly. You are a wee cutie. I watched your video on how you prepare for doing layouts so its nice to see the finished result too. Have fun this weekend. Lee x (Im the same Crafty Loops from YT).

  2. May 18, 2012 / 2:12 pm

    You’ve got mad scrapping skills! Love this page!

  3. Anonymous
    May 20, 2012 / 1:16 pm

    Drew, this is outstanding! Love the photo, love the scrapbook page. It is this type of layering I cannot seem to master. Great video. TFS!!

  4. May 26, 2012 / 9:14 pm

    This is the first video i have seen of yours- i came across it while searching youtube for scrapbook layout videos 🙂 and i am glad i did! i am your newest subscriber Drew! its great to see more males in this hobby

  5. May 28, 2012 / 1:41 am

    great use of tape and twine 😉

  6. July 26, 2012 / 1:32 am

    What a wonderful idea, I’ll be sure to make this as well. Thank you.