#scrapbooktechniques202305 Weekly challenge is here

Angela ShetzerBlog, Chipboard, Inks, No Photos, Organization, Pens & Markers, Single Page Layout

Welcome to Week #5 of our weekly challenges, #scrapbooktechniques202305’s recipe is ready for your creative endeavors.

#scrapbooktechniques202305 Weekly challenge

Lets Look at this week challenge in detail.  This challenge is focused on creating a scrapbooking layout and should contain the following items:

S2305 – Little Stinkers – Stamp of the Month (May)

  1. Supplies
    1. Create a scrapbook layout – Any size or number of photos is fine, it can be a single or double page
  2. Focal Points
    1. Create a masculine themed layout
  3. Papers
    1. Use a metallic or shimmer paper in your layout
  4. Ideas
    1. #scrapbooktechniques202305 challenge
  5. Techniques
    1. Use a stencil and texture paste, mousse to create a raised texture area on your layout
    2. I will upload a technique video this week to show you how I created mine
  6. Colors
    1. Use Harbour or other similar deep blue color
  7. Tools
    1. Use a Stencil
  8. Coloring Tools
  9. S2306 – Botanical Shadows – Stamp of the Month (June)

    1. Use either colored texture paste or create your own to match using reinkers and white texture paste
  10. Embellishments
    1. Add a library card and pocket to your layout
  11. Creative 15
    1. We are going to rethink how we organize, so spend 15 minutes each day thinking and documenting how you reach for scrapbooking supplies
    2. This could be by color, theme, manufacturer, etc.
  12. How to enter
    1. Upload your finished project with the hashtag #scrapbooktechniques202305 to Scrapbook Techniques’ Facebook page
  13. Deadline
    1. Your entry must be uploaded by May 31, 2023 in order to qualify for our drawing of the May or June Stamp of the Month

 

Lets take a closer look at my poster for this challenge, which documents most of the various components of this week’s scrapbook layout challenge.

  • Supplies –
    • My layout is a 8.5×11 letter sized layout that will go into my 2023 weekly challenge binder inside a page protector
  • Focal Point –
    • This is a non photo layout since its all about documenting the challenge.
    • SCRAPBOOK TIP:  Don’t forget that you can also do non photo layouts to tell a story

    #scrapbooktechniques202305 Weekly challenge

  • Papers –
    • I used one double sided patterned paper from Hey Handsome for the splashes of color in the top and bottom border
    • One 12×12 sheet of Harbour Cardstock
    • One 12×12 sheet of orange shimmer cardstock
  • Ideas –
    • All from this challenge #scrapbooktechniques202305
  • Techniques –
    • With a very light busy background, I choose dark cardstocks to emphasize my black & white challenge options.
  • Colors –
    • I used the Close To My Heart colors of Harbour & Paprika
  • Tools –
    • To create my borders on the top and bottom, I used the zip strips off of the 12×12 Hey Handsome paper pack and then added a black rick rack border to the bottom.
  • Coloring Tools –
    • Just a little black on my tag containing my logo (printed out on clear sticker paper) was about all the inking I did on this page
  • Embellishments – 
    • I used several pieces of chipboard to add a few embellishments. These were all from my orange small embellishment stash.

Here is my completed scrapbook page planner so you can see how it might be used for this challenge.

I can’t wait to see what you create with this challenge and please ask any questions below.

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