Friday, April 19, 2013

Project Life: The kids are home!

Both of my kids are away at college and this year they had different Spring Breaks so I haven't had them home at the same time since December...making me a very sad Mom.

My daughter was missing her brother so she drove home from college (2 1/2 hours) to spend the last 24 hours of his spring break home with him.  I took a few pictures over the 24 hours and made a Project Life layout with them.



Wanted to show you how easy it is to create your own personalized cards for you Project Life Albums with Stampendous products. 

I stamped the top of the journaling panel with Wavy Music by Stampendous.
I used Aged Marine and Aged Black Embossing Enamel around the edges.



To create the sparkly panels on the first page I used Stampendous Sticky Panel's which will be available by the end of the month.  They are amazing double side adhesive panels that you can tear, die cut, punch, emboss....whatever your imagination can think of!

Top portion of the panel was covered with a torn panel of Sticky panel.

I peeled off the top layer to reveal the adhesive part and stuck a stamped sentiment panel (smashing idea perfectly clear stamps) on to the sticky adhesive.



Then I covered the exposed adhesive with China Blue Micro Glitter.



I brushed off the excess.



I used the same technique on this panel but did it on the top and bottom.



In real life the micro glitter really shimmers!

Vintage Lower Case perfectly clear stamps (coming soon)
Vintage Upper Case perfectly clear stamps (coming soon)
Smashing Notes perfectly clear stamps (coming soon)

I hope you've enjoyed our week of Stampendous/Project Life projects!
 
I am on vacation this week.  Head on over to the 
for the links to any other blogs sharing PL projects today!  

Kristine

20 comments:

fun stamping said...

Cool alphabet stamps - love your tutorial!

barbara macaskill said...

I can already tell that I am going to love the sticky panels! Can't wait to get my hands on some of them! Stampendous has such great stuff!
I really need some PL stuff so I can continue documenting our lives while I heal from a devastating hand injury!

Sabrina said...

Great photos and thank you for the tutorial!

Laura Turcotte said...

Wow--those pages are great!

Fliss said...

Totally gorgeous and just love the pop of blue micro glitter. A lovely way to add subtle highlights to your beautiful layout.
Fliss x

StampendousGraphics said...

This is what it's all about, Kristine! Sharing memories and laughter with your family and then scrapping those moments that are so ordinary yet so special! Fantastic job using the products to achieve an overall cohesive effect! Wow.

Rhea Weigand said...

great job....hug, rhea

Karenladd said...

Wow, I'll bet these inserts are amazing in person! Love the micro glitter!

Lea said...

Great pages, Kristine! Very nicely done and perfect sentiments!

Rosy Newlun said...

Awesome use of the project life, the GLITTER :) and stamps!!! (I don't think I saw your blog link on some of the blogs for this hop) Best wishes!!!

Barb Turpin said...

That's awesome that she wanted to come home to spend time with her brother! Love the Cherish Family stamp, I have it but haven't inked it yet! Excellent 'Project Life'!

craftymom205 said...

Love the page.

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Sue D said...

Great journaling cards you created for this special layout.

Carol said...

I love the idea of combining Project Life with Stampendous stamps, pure genius!

Carol B
ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

jengd said...

Looks like a great time! I really like the partially glittered panels.

Tracey Geneau said...

very neat idea

Jamie Martin said...

That would be hard having your kids have different spring breaks. You did a great job on the page, love all of the glitter!

Denise Bryant said...

Great pics... love that pretty Micro Glitter too!

Sue VanDeVusse said...

Great collection of photos! Love what you have done with those sticky panels, very cool effect.

Gail said...

I love the way you explained what you did in this layout.