Dylusions Disguised as an Adult Journal Pages by Denise Lush
Follow along as Denise Lush creates a quick and interactive two-pager in the Dylusions Classics Journal using Dylusions Stamps, Bigger Back Chat, and a childhood story for inspiration!
Dylusions Cling Mount Stamps Maisie Lilly
Dylusions Cling Mount Stamps Heads N Tails
Dylusions Cling Mount Stamps Alphablock
Dylusions Bigger Back Chat - Black 2
Dylusions Creative Journal Square Insert Sheets
Dylusions Creative Dyary Mini Glue Stick
Dylusions Paint Pens Black & White, 2pc
Short on time? Create this quick interactive 2 pager in your Classics Journal. All you need is a few stamps sets, some quote stickers and a childhood story for inspiration!
Step 1: Turn to a spot in your Classics journal where you have a black page on your left and a regular cardstock on your right. The back of the black page will need to be blank as well, as this will be the side you will be working on.
Step 2: On an Insert Sheet or a torn page from your journal, stamp out the images shown from the stamp sets Maisie Lilly and Heads N Tails.
Step 3: Once your images have been cut out glue them on your black page as shown.
Step 4: Find the quote from Bigger Back Chat Set 2 that reads “Well here I am disguised as a responsible adult”. Stick it down to some cardstock and create a thought/speech balloon around it. Cut this out and adhere it to the page as well.
Step 5: Cut the black page around the right side of the images leaving a small black border. This adds interest to your page and creates a peek for your next page to tie it together.
Step 6: Glue the girls head down to the bottom right corner of your next page.
Step 7: Using your Dylusions Alphablock stamp set, stamp out the quote “Granny what big teeth you have” onto your page.
Step 8: Loosely draw a border around your page. This finishes the page off nicely.
Step 9: Your pages are complete and you have created interactive pages from the childhood story Little Red Riding Hood. How fun! You can always take this a step further and color in your images.
What other childhood stories can you recreate?