Party Store Adventures Layout


Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Here is another layout called Party Store Adventures I made to showcase my new Horizon collection which debuted at Creativation this past January!
Party Store Adventures by Paige Evans
I trimmed of all of the patterned barcode strips from the bottoms of the 24 Horizon patterned papers and then used four different scalloped border punches to make them fancy. I die cut a large heart using my Silhouette Cameo 3 from white cardstock and then, starting at the bottom, layered the scalloped paper strips up the heart. To keep all the paper strips in place permanently I used my Brother sewing machine to stitch around the edges using white thread and then to create lots of texture and dimension I bent up the scalloped strips.
Party Store Adventures Detail 1 by Paige Evans
For the background I chose the B-side of Paper 22 and before adding the heart to the left side I splashed a whole bunch of white acrylic paint and Pastel Dreams watercolors over it, letting it dry between each color, or rather, drying it with a hair dryer to speed up the process :)
Party Store Adventures Detail 2 by Paige Evans
I added a photo of Jane on the left side of the heart and decorated with a butterfly and moth Chipboard Sticker along with a heart and label Sticker. The title was created with the Thickers and Epoxy Stickers around the curve of the heart and I machine stitched through those as well because Thickers tend to fall off without reinforcement. I added lots of heart Epoxy Stickers on the top right corner and wrote journaling with a white pen below to finish.
Party Store Adventures Detail 3 by Paige Evans
Thank you so much for coming to my blog today, I hope you are inspired to use up those barcode strips and check out my new Horizon collection!

1 comment

  1. Wow!!! You have done it again!! Absolutely AMAZED me!!!! This is GORGEOUS! Loving that adorable photo of Jane, that amazing heart, and the way you did the title!!!!!

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