Tuesday, September 17, 2013

10 Things Tuesday:Stickers

Stickers are a standard offering in Paper Collections. Our designers have a few ideas about what should be done with them. 
1.Distress the Edges
Practical Scrapper Lisa Moen added the pink chevron sticker to the seam of her patterned papers and then added cardstock to the back of her flower cluster and blue flower. She then distressed and inked the edges and then popped them up with foam tape.
 
2.Back with Transparency

Practical Scrapper Karen stuck flower stickers to a piece of transparency and then cut them out in order to go from flat to fabulous and create a more 3D life-like appearance.
 
3.Add Glitter
Practical Scrapper Wendy Coffman created this board book mini album using just paper and cardstock weight stickers. The stickers are detailed with glitter glitz gel and bronze glitter nail polish. See the rest of the book pages on her blog!
 
4.Embellish with Pearls
Practical Scrapper Lee-Anne Thornton created this layout by "embellishing" her tree sticker with red pearls to look like apples and also used a "candle" sticker to replace the letter i in the title word "girl".
 
5.Use Multiple Layers
 Practical Scrapper Kelly Jean layered stickers from Cosmo Cricket on her card. The borders strips, flowers, banner, and sentiment are all stickers!
 
6.Make Your Own
Practical Scrapper Kenya created her own stickers using her Xryon and cut outs from the Authentic collection. The fabric ribbon is also a sticker using the same method.
 
7. Make a Border
Practical Scrapper Jessica used word stickers to create a border around a special thank you card, then she popped up a sentiment sticker on top of the doily to highlight it and direct the focus there.
 
8.Use Dimensional Stickers
Practical Scrapper Deborah used dimensional stickers to add flight to her butterfly.
 
9.Use Liquid Glass
Practical Scrapper Leslii Wagner added bits of liquid glass to add more dimension and shine to some already adorable stickers from My Mind's Eye. Stop by her blog to see the full project!
 
10.Add to Chipboard
Practical Scrapper Kelli used letter Stickers to create the sentiment chipboard elements on her card.
BONUS
~Make a Mask~
Anytime you use a sticker there is a negative left behind.
Don't just throw it out, use it as a mask.
Practical Scrapper Charity used negatives from Echo Park flourish stickers for modeling paste stencils on this layout. 
Now it's your turn. Upload your sticker embellished projects to Practical Scrappers facebook page.
 
Scrap On!
 
~charity~
 
 


1 comment:

Kelly Jean said...

Awesome sticker projects this week!