My amazing creative team has been working on hard on creating some lovely Hybrid Projects to inspire you using the Well-Traveled Line now at JessicaSprague.com. The line will continue to be released during the month of February, so keep your eyes open! In the meantime, check out this eye candy!
Well Traveled Scrap-o-Dex
Name Joyce McCall
Hometown Oklahoma City
Inspiration for the project... I am inspired by inspiration! I like having altered art and dimensional memory keepers around me so I’ll see them even when I’m not pulling out an album to look through.
*Carina Gardner Well Traveled papers and elements
*Claudine Hellmuth sticky back canvas
*Matte presentation paper
*Adhesive and embellishments
*Tiny alphabet stickers (Making Memories)
*Tim Holtz ornate plate with brads
1.Print desired patterned papers onto sticky-back canvas. Use software to size your pieces to 4X6
vertically/portrait orientation. You’ll need 4 total. Adhere to the base unit of the scrap-o-dex.
2. For the cover card print patterned paper at 4X6 horizontal/landscape orientation. Add stamped
title and attach ornate plate to frame it. I also added a travel path to the map with a marker, and I
added glossy accents over the compass on the patterned paper. Cover the back of the card also!
3. Select patterned papers for the chipboard cards. Embellish with digi elements before printing, or
with physical elements after printed, or do a little of both! 4X6 horizontally was the right size for
mine. On the tabbed cards, add a small strip of patterned paper to the tab before adhering the main
piece. Use a craft knife to trim out the bottom notch. Sand outer edges if you have paper that
overhangs. Use alphabet stickers to add titles to the tabbed cards. (tip:cover fronts, sand edges,
carve out notches, THEN work on the back sides.)
4. Assemble your finished chipboard cards back into the scrap-o-dex!