Today I’m showing Creating Clusters using Scraps, Stamps and Digital Images. This is the February 2023 Challenge in the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. Be inspired by this tutorial to create clusters and share inside the Facebook event to earn a $10 off coupon to my shop.
Creating Clusters using Scraps, Stamps and Digital Images Tutorial Video
- Calico Collage Beautiful Flowers
- Be Yourself QT (will add link later)
- Choose Joy Stamp
- Small Journal QT stamps
- Bee Bird QT stamps
- Beautiful QT
- Thoughts Qt
- Scraps of paper
- Gel Prints
- Book Pages
- Paper Grocery Sack
- Tiny paper flowers
- Alene’s Tacky Glue
- Distress Ink Walnut stain
- Blending Tool
Using scraps, Calico Collage digitals to create clusters, February 2023 challenge for the Friendly Junk Journal people group.
Using the floral botanicals digitals by Calico Collage with punched out scrap pieces, with gel prints, Linda layered the pieces with thread. She stamped out words Find the passion and Be Yourself for the sentiments.
Remember, if you don’t have punches, try ripping or fussy cut pieces of paper for your layers.
Adding things like thread, paper flowers, buttons or even lace are other ideas. Keep them flat enough to use in your journals.
For these clusters Linda used book pages, thread, fussy cut Flowers digitals by Calico Collage, paper flowers with gel prints. She added her Dream and Beautiful stamps for her sentiments.
Creating these cluster elements are fun, keep it simple or as complex as you like. Use up those scraps, find images from magazines to fussy cut, the options are limitless!
What will you choose to use to create your clusters?
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