June Artist Team Challenge--Just one layer.

June Artist Team Challenge--Just one layer.

Karen Wyngaard Karen Wyngaard

Inspired by Tricia's amazing layout for the Adirondacks blog hop, we challenged our Artist Team to create cards or pages that look dimensional, but are really just one layer.

Adirondacks Blog Hop One Layer Layout

Trending for a while now, the "clean and simple" (CAS) look is popular with stampers and card makers. It's a bit more challenging to achieve the look on scrapbook pages, but Tricia proves it can be done. Follow her simple tutorial to craft your way to a gorgeous "CAS" layout! I decided to give it a try.

ONE LAYER LAYOUT

June Artist Team Challenge--Just One Layer(Eagle photo by Michael Chaffey.)

To duplicate my page, start with 12x12 black plain. Mask off a border strip with washi tape and highlight edges using ink applicator with Distress Oxide ink. Create a faux "mat" using a 4.25 x6.25" mask. Ink around perimeter with Wilted Violet. Add border detail with fine tip black marker (Delft Deluxe kit) and grid ruler.

June Artist Team Challenge--Just One Layer

Stamp leaf sprig (Natural Resources WM) with Peeled Paint. Repeatedly stamp text (Color in Black & White UM) in White Pigment ink.

June Artist Team Challenge--Just One Layer

Add white flecks using a waterbrush loaded with White Gelatos. Stencil text phrase using White Pigment ink (Great Outdoors). Stencil word "ART" using white acrylic paint (Color in Black & White stencil).

June Artist Team Challenge--Just One Layer

IT'S TIME TO HOP!

Are you ready to see what our artists have created? Lilian is your next stop. I've included a full list of our bloggers, just in case you lose your place on the hop. Enjoy!

Club Scrap (you are here)

Lilian at The Leaf Studio

Deb Duz Scrappin

Sweeet Designs by Cheryl

Josette at Little Bits

Jennifer at Scrappy Side of Me

Hetty at Craft Chaos

Pam at APeeling Papercrafts

Inkstains with Roni

Tina at Finding Your Niche

Lisa at Rockin Paper, Scissors and Glue

Kelly at Serendipity & Whimsy

Made by Wendy Bellino

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