Sunday, March 15, 2015

March 15th Feature

Hi Everyone,

Today we are featuring the Design Team's favourite New Release chipboard.


WOW2303 Industrial 1 - Large and WOW2304 Industrial 1 - Small

WOW2305 Industrial 2 - Large and WOW2306 Industrial 2 - Small.

Your local scrapbook store can purchase the full Industrial Pack or purchase the pieces individually.

I love how we have all put our own spin on it. We are looking forward to seeing what you can do with it too. Just post your projects onto our Facebook page.

Tracey Henly
Has used them in a double journal page, with a few extra new pieces thrown in as well for good measure. Go and check out all the new releases here.

has inked them with red ink and added them to her boy layout and also added some WOW cogs, chains, a map marker, an arrow and the 'So Awesome' title.

Sandra Henderson-Staples
 has embossed them and created an awesome metallic industrial feel.

Sue Smith
has multi-coloured them with Smooch ink and added rhinestones to some of the connectors. She has also used the 'Love This' circle inked to match. The background was created using spray ink and the recently added 'Netting' 12x12 Altamatz.

Tanya Kember
Has embossed her small industrial piece and used it in a 6x4 Project Life pocket. The finished PL page will be uploaded later. The paper clip is also an awesome new release.

Kerryn Fry
Has embossed with white and gold and then added some colour with paint and Stickles. Also added to the page 'heart this' from the Love This pack, some arrows from the Tribal Arrows, the whale from Nautical Mini Borders and a few clouds from Mini Clouds pack
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You can check out close up photos on my blog

Tess Pretty
Has coloured the 2 lager industrial pieces with a black sharpie marker. They have then been lightly misted in gold and coated in a layer of dimensional magic. Tess has also used the new release chipboard cogs sprayed in gold. The industrial pieces have been cut to suit the layout design.

Jo Kinder
Has gesso'd and inked her 'technology' pieces to create a soft girly page with a steampunk twist.

Just a sneak peek at this stage because the page will be run as a class at Pages2Scrap.

Stay tuned for their April calendar, which will be out soon.

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