Homestead Blog Hop

Homestead Blog Hop

Karen Wyngaard Karen Wyngaard

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On Monday I shared the art panels I created using the gelli plate, Club Scrap stencils, masks and metallic paints. Today I'm excited to show you how I used more of those panels to accent my Homestead Lite pages.

My Dad walks on the trails in our local park almost daily. As a retired person, he really takes the time to appreciate the beauty of nature. While on his walks, he takes the most amazing pictures. I knew I had to "borrow" his recent fall photos and get them in a scrapbook. Homestead papers work so well with Autumn colors. Because the focus of my pages is the stunning array of leaf colors, I used some of the gelli plate art panels and a leaf-shaped die to create one-of-a-kind embellishments for my pages.

Homestead Lite Layout 1 & 2

IMG_5570 Detail of gelli print die cut leaves.

Lite Layout 3 & 4

IMG_5573 Leaf detail.

Lite Layout 5 & 6



Lite Layout 7 & 8


Shall we see what our other bloggers are up to? Julie at Cape Cod Scrapper is next. If you get lost, simply stop back and see the complete list of bloggers below. Enjoy!

Club Scrap Creates

Julie at Cape Cod Scrapper

Ink Stains with Roni

Deb Duz Scrappin’

Jill’s Place

Tricia at The Efficient Crafter

Hetty at Craft Chaos

Kay’s Keepsakes

Cathy at The Artful Gamut

Anne at Crzymom's Tidbits

Debby at Masculine Inspirations

Dishing with Janet

Tiare Smith Designs Lisa at Carpe Memoria

Marya at A Notebook Novel

Annette at Digital Musings

Donna at The Crafty Colonel

Made by Wendy Bellino

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