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Joy, Alaska Layout


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Design by: paula_bee (21 Projects)
Project skill level: moderate
Project time: 1 hour to 2 hours
Project tags: Vacation/Travel Family Layouts Outdoors Outdoor/Animal Layouts Vacation/Travel Layouts Outdoor Recreation Scrapbook Layouts Naturalist

This layout showcases photos from the tiny town of Joy, Alaska.

CRICUT ®: WHAT WAS USED

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED

  • card stock
  • adhesive
  • enamels
  • ink
  • pearls
  • glitter glue
  • brads
  • flocking powder

STEP-BY-STEP How-TO INSTRUCTIONS

Find two 12"x12" pieces of patterned card stock for the background of your pages. Select your photos, trim, and mat with coordinating cardstock. Position your photos and adhere them to the pages.
Using Extreme Fonts, cut the title. "Joy" was cut at 1" and "Alaska" was cut at 1/4." Adhere the title to the left hand page.
Using Extreme Fonts create text boxes with the sentiment and position them on the mat to create your "sign." Cut from green card stock and mat with brown card stock. Adhere the middle pieces of letters that are needed, such as o, e, b, etc. Add two brads to the top corners of the "sign."
Use Campin' Critters to cut the two bears, and at 3 1/2." Add brown flocking powder to the brown parts of the bears. Cover their noses in black enamel and use black pearls for their eyes. Adhere them to the page with foam adhesive. Use some glitter glue on the bear's badge.
Use Paper Doll Dress Up to cut using the Accessories 2 feature, this will be the mountains. Cut them at 2 1/2" tall and 6 1/4" wide, making sure to turn off the aspect ratio. Use Plantin Schoolbook to cut using the Italic feature, this will be the forest. Cut it at 6 1/4" wide, it will be about 1 1/4" tall (you do not need aspect ratio turned off for this one).
Adhere the mountains to the page and add white enamel to the top of the mountains for snow. Ink around the edges of the forest and adhere to the page with foam adhesive.
Use Elegant Edges to cut at 4," using both the shadow and frame features, as well as the basic feature. Adhere the layers together and adhere to the page, then add your journaling.

Step 1

Find two 12"x12" pieces of patterned card stock for the background of your pages. Select your photos, trim, and mat with coordinating cardstock. Position your photos and adhere them to the pages.

Step 2

Using Extreme Fonts, cut the title. "Joy" was cut at 1" and "Alaska" was cut at 1/4." Adhere the title to the left hand page.

Step 3

Using Extreme Fonts create text boxes with the sentiment and position them on the mat to create your "sign." Cut from green card stock and mat with brown card stock. Adhere the middle pieces of letters that are needed, such as o, e, b, etc. Add two brads to the top corners of the "sign."

Step 4

Use Campin' Critters to cut the two bears, and at 3 1/2." Add brown flocking powder to the brown parts of the bears. Cover their noses in black enamel and use black pearls for their eyes. Adhere them to the page with foam adhesive. Use some glitter glue on the bear's badge.

Step 5

Use Paper Doll Dress Up to cut using the Accessories 2 feature, this will be the mountains. Cut them at 2 1/2" tall and 6 1/4" wide, making sure to turn off the aspect ratio. Use Plantin Schoolbook to cut using the Italic feature, this will be the forest. Cut it at 6 1/4" wide, it will be about 1 1/4" tall (you do not need aspect ratio turned off for this one).

Step 6

Adhere the mountains to the page and add white enamel to the top of the mountains for snow. Ink around the edges of the forest and adhere to the page with foam adhesive.

Step 7

Use Elegant Edges to cut at 4," using both the shadow and frame features, as well as the basic feature. Adhere the layers together and adhere to the page, then add your journaling.

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