Thursday, March 10, 2016


Are you ready for a product feature blog?

This is my Happy Camper Layout that I just completed for the FotoBella Design Team. This month I am working with the darling My Mind's Eye Happy Camper I Want It All Bundle.

 These Bundles are amazing because they come with everything you need! They are packed full of the specific design line from the brand, and come in a nice plastic case. You need to check them out, and you can only find them at FotoBella.

So for my layout, I loved the Home Is Where You Park It sheet. I painted the top of the page with blue Prima Marketing Oil Pastels.
The sheet was solid, and I wanted it to have a sky, since my image sort of looks up to the sky. 

I added the clouds using some Prima Marketing Heavy Gesso and a cloud stencil. Then I used an old brown ink pad and dirtied up the bottom of the sheet, for a 'ground' feel. Also added a couple pine tree stamps.

I recently was accepted to be a Brand Ambassador for Tombow. I received this new and incredible little beauty from Tombow this month..... The Stamp Runner!
I am completely in love with it, and it has changed the way I craft! I pretty much used double sided tape for all of my crafts. The problem with that, is once you stick it down, you do not try to move it. Your paper will rip.

The Stamp Runner puts down this awesome adhesive strip (see image above). And you can basically choose where you want it, as each of those tiny squares are separate. So.. long strip, short, half width, you choose! It also has a 'stamp' on the end. For small areas, you simply stamp the adhesive!

 [ Some products used on this project were provided to me for review by multiple companies, but all comments, ideas and images are my own ]

 With the Tombow Stamp Runner, I was able to hold the layers in place by putting a small strip of adhesive on them, and once I had them placed how I liked, I added more adhesive and secured them to the page.
The best part!? I ended up not liking the positioning of the image when my page was complete. I was able to carefully life it off the page, move it over and press it back to the paper. Nothing was ripped or damaged!

I think I need a life time supply of this cute little wonder! 

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