Welcome to this week’s scraplift challenge. As soon as I saw Merr’s (digigrandma) page, I knew that I wanted to lift it. Making a part of your page into a sticker adds so much emphasis to that particular item or person and of course it just plain looks cool 🙂 Check it out
I loved how she blurred the background and added all the bold text. For those of you who have never done a sticker or need a little refresher course, here is a link to some of Sara’s awesome tutorials:
If you don’t feel all that comfortable with the extraction, you could always use a beautiful brush or wordart as an alternative to something that would need to be extracted, although I really think you should give it a try, it’s so worth the effort and remember that it doesn’t have to be perfect, since you will turn it into a sticker anyway.
Here are a few pages from the CT for your inspiration
Here is what she used:
Enchanted Paper Pack, Astro Solids Paper Pack, Page Blends No. 06, Splatters Brushes and Stamps No. 03, Edge Overlays No. 02, Adventures in Outlines: Baby, Drop Shadow Styles No. 02
Fonts: Hello Wedding, You Are Loved, Hillgates, Pathout, Pea Olson, Pea Neffer, Palatino Linotype, Set Fire to the Rain, Bebas Neue, Katie’s Doodled Block Font, Pea Kylie, Gadugi, Courier Polski 1941
Here are the supplies she used
Arctic Whites Paper Pack No. 04, Edge Overlays No. 06, Grunging Canvas Edgers Brushes and Stamps No. 01, Blendable Layers No. 19, Blendable Layers No. 20, Blendable Layers No. 29, Blendable Layers No. 35, Twisted Dots No. 01, Must Love Dogs Brushes and Stamps, Watery Spots Brushes and Stamps No. 03
Here is what I used:
ArtOptions Mini Mix No. 5 monthly memories element pack No. 2 sentiment spots No. 18 Audubon notebook No. 1 modern vintage simplicity paper strips No. 1 Redwork element pack, fading words No. 2
I hope you will enjoy this week’s challenge, see you in the gallery!