It's time to review the set of eight London Calling pages you can make by following the instructions included with the Lite collection. Handy thing: All of the paper trimming is completed right out of the gates with Layouts 1 & 2!
London Calling Lite Kit
LAYOUTS 1 & 2
Use a stapler or brad to attach folded lengths of this Light Tan Gingham Ribbon.
The London-themed Vintage Mini Postage Stamps we included in the kit were an incredible find! Below, I've combined some trimmed cutaparts along with the postage stamp.
Trim the "stacked words" from the quote on the cutapart sheet into various sizes and ink edges. Overlap a few of the words over the photo matte and adhere some with foam adhesive to add interest.
LAYOUTS 3 & 4
It only took a minute to trim the tea cup image from the cutapart sheet. Adhere with foam adhesive.
Round the corners of the cutapart frame and attach with mini brads from your stash. Goodness knows most of us have a stash!
Check it out. Big Ben cutapart; Big Ben mini postage stamp.
Stay tuned for Kay's feature of this awesome Phone Booth Masking Stencil on the blog tomorrow!
LAYOUTS 5 & 6
Use your handy "staple-the-folded-ribbon" trick on this page, as well.
I kept finding more wonderful mini postage stamps to add a little splash of color to the page.
LAYOUTS 7 & 8
Trim the phone booth image from the cutapart, layer onto the page with foam adhesive, and place the "street sign" mini postage stamp just behind it.
And look! It's the London Eye!
Try your hand at another mini word collage to adorn this page. If you're not in the mood to trim and ink the edges, simply attach the cutapart words as they are.
I can't wait to add photos to my finished pages. While my last trip to London has already been scrapbooked, I can think of a million other ways to use the collection.