Neith"s Crafty Creations - image created with Club Scrap DigiDeluxe Refresh and Serengeti Kits

Saturday, August 25, 2007

Make Way for Ducklings

I must say that I fell absolutely in love with the flourish stamp from this month's Club Scrap Academy Kit and I immediately thought of some photos from the Boston Commons to use with it! You all know the story Make Way for Ducklings by Robert McCloskey? Well, in the Commons there are wonderful little statues of the ducks and children often pose with them! My mother snapped this shot of my girls there this Summer and it seemed perfect!

Ducklings Layout by Neith Juch with Club Scrap 8/07 Academy Kit

I used the stamp in a repeating pattern to make each of the three paper mats. I also used the Edified Felt from the Sr Kit for a fourth mat and the Tonic Border System with the Royal Punch (now available through Club Scrap and me!) to create the paper lace strip.

Ranger's Aqua Adirondack Paint Dabber was used to hand paint the flourishes under the title and to stamp the flourishes onto the brown cardstock. I inked the chipboard corner flourish with Ranger's Copper Adirondack Paint Dabber and made sure to pounce and get the paint to be dimensional and then I glazed over it with some Chianti Radiant Pearls that I wiped most of the way off. That gorgeous chipboard flourish, title chipboard letters, and the lovely transparency overlay are from Scrapbook Takeout.

Duckling ATC Supplies by Neith Juch using Club Scrap 8/07 Academic Kit

I loved the look so much that I took the same supplies, and created some ATCs to match!

Ducklings ATC  by Neith Juch using Club Scrap 8/07 Academic Kit Ducklings ATC by Neith Juch using Club Scrap 8/07 Academic Kit

Supplies Used:
Club Scrap: 8/07 Academic Kit Sr - 12x12 Brick Print, Sr Edified Felt in Tan, Borders & Backgrounds UM Stamps, Jr Ivy league Stencil, and Cardstock in Blue, Brick, Brown, and Tan; Tonic Border Punch System; Tonic Royal Punch;
Scrapbook Takeout: 8/07 Adventures in Altering Kit - Maya Road Fresh Chipboard Scroll Corners; 7/07 Clearly Speaking Kit - Hambly Urban Chic Frames in White; 5/07 Fresh and Funky Kit - Queen & Co Chipboard Alphadots in Bold Black;
Ranger: Adirondack Paint Dabbers in Aqua and Copper; Archival Ink Pad in Plum; Distress Inks in Aged Mahogany, Antique Linen, Brushed Corduroy, Vintage Photo, and Walnut Stain; Cut 'n' Dry Foam;
Angelwings: Radiant Pearls in Chianti;

3 comments:

Liddy said...

I love the way you've used those amazing punches. I've tried to find them here in New Zealand (to no avail). Your layouts are gorgeous, love the very "metal" look they have, great work.

VexedAngel said...

Those are beautiful, so much texture! Off to check out this kit, it's gorgeous!

Alison said...

Neith, better late than never..I am seeing these for the first time and I am in awe of your talent. Gorgeous my dear! I think I need to try to duplicate the look.