Archival Ink Scrapbook Layout by Jess Francisco

Follow along as Jess Francisco shows you how to make your own patterned paper with Archival Ink and Dina Wakley Media products in this mixed media scrapbook layout.

Dina Wakley Media Stamps Circle Patterns
Dina Wakley Media Stamp Block Alphas
Archival Ink™ Pad Magenta Hue
Archival Ink™ Pad Paradise Teal
Archival Ink™ Pad Vivid Chartreuse
Archival Ink™ Pad Jet Black
Dina Wakley Media Gloss Spray Blushing
Dina Wakley Media Gloss Spray Lemon
Ranger Enamel Accents - Black Tie
Other:
Acrylic Blocks
White Cardstock
Black Cardstock
Printed Photo
Scissors
Paper Trimmer




 

 

 

Instructions 

Archival Ink Scrapbook Layout by Jess Francisco Step 1

Step 1: On a piece of white cardstock measuring 8.5” x 11”, repeatedly stamp circle images from the Circle Pattern stamp set. Alternate colors so you get a nice mix of the Magenta Hue, Paradise Teal, and Vivid Chartreuse. You can even stamp a second time without reinking for a faded, lighter impression. You can add a few in black as well to create a striking contrast.

 

Archival Ink Scrapbook Layout by Jess Francisco Step 2

Step 2: Open the Lemon Gloss Spray and hold the lid over your cardstock. Tap the black part of the lid with your finger to splatter droplets onto your project. Move your hand over different portions of the cardstock and continue tapping until you are happy with the results. Repeat this with the Blushing Gloss Spray. Set aside to dry.

 

Archival Ink Scrapbook Layout by Jess Francisco Step 3

Step 3: Print a photo on 4” x 6” photo paper. Cut a piece of black cardstock to 4.25” x 6.25” and attach your photo to the black cardstock. Attach the photo and mat to your 8.5” x 11” cardstock.

 

Archival Ink Scrapbook Layout by Jess Francisco Step 4

Step 4: Use an acrylic block to stamp each letter of the ‘my girl’ title using the Block Alphas stamp set. Feel free to change this title up to fit your layout!

 

Archival Ink Scrapbook Layout by Jess Francisco Step 5

Step 5: Use the Black Tie Enamel Accents to add small dots in a few places on the layout. Let the Enamel Accents dry completely.

 

Archival Ink Scrapbook Layout by Jess Francisco Step 6

Step 6: You are done! Your layout is ready to pop right into your album. Feel free to add some journaling to personalize the layout.

 

 

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