Friday, August 2, 2013

The Pleasures of the PSL Collection!

Greetings from Kay here at Club Scrap!

Last week we wrapped up our Pro Scrapbookers League Summer Camp, and what a great time it was! The number of projects and pages completed is unbelievable! In honor of the PSL, we designed a Bugs Collection, and I've just gotta show it off! Check out that Dragonfly Masking Stencil.

Background created using Dragonfly Masking Stencil & Memories Mist
A little bit about using the masking stencil.


Mask off paper into three sections during the process. Work one section at a time with mists and the masking stencil, keeping the other areas covered. Have fun!


The Sorrento Font Art Unmounted Rubber Stamps  made the prefect stamped addition to my background.


I'm looking forward to using this masking stencil on more projects!


I hope all of you involved in the PSL are enjoying stowing away your completed pages in albums this week. To those of you on the project teams -- enjoy your finished works of art. Maybe you already have a great start on Christmas gifts!

Thanks for stopping by!
Kay

11 comments:

  1. Lovely layout Kay.

    Love the masking technique.

    pat-czap

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  2. I have to be honest, this is one of the single prettiest pages I have seen. It's just so crisp and nice. Like a salad...wait.

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    1. I totally agree Janet!!

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    2. Awww, thanks. Sometimes I do need to remember "less is more", and this page is really pretty simple, and I like the crisp-like quality too.

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  3. KAY!! I love this so much and your masking and stamping is wonderful. The colors are spectacular. Need to make a layout using these techniques. Gorgeous!

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  4. Great page - wonderful idea - I can't wait to get mine!!

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  5. Your page is so pretty, I am going to make it tonight. I love the Dragon fly mask that came with the Bugs kit. It is just so beautiful. Side story: I received my kit in the mail and could not find the dragonfly mask. I agonized and then went through each page and there it was nestled safely between the kit papers. Such happiness! The mask is so beautifully intricate; I'm happy it was packed with such thoughtfulness.

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