Nicole Nowosad here today to share a project using some fun and sparkly glitter washi tape! I really wanted to use the washi tape and have it resemble something more than just strips, so I decided to add it to the back of a title I had cut from some simple white cardstock.
There are so many fun textures and colors of glitter washi tape, you could do this with different results depending on what washi you choose!
I used several of the different glitter washis for my title work, and it adds just the right amount of sparkle to my page! I was able to add in some other sparkly Queen & Co. flowers and gems to my project to go along with the glitter washi tapes.
I love the little pops of color from the floral embellishments and how easy it is to add some of these fun embellishments to co-ordinate with the paper and the glitter washi
I created a video of how this page came together - check it out!
Good morning, Mary-Ann Maldonado here today to share a little different layout with you all today. I want to show that you don't have to stick with soft, girl colors ALL the time. Since my house is full of boys, I decided to use the Glitter Washi Tape on my take of a Minecraft layout.
I started with applying Glitter Washi to sections of cardstock paper. Then trimmed pieces down to 1 1/4 x 1 1/4. I applied foam tape behind some of the squares for dimension.
I was able to add the Check Glitter Tape to cardstock and run it through my electronic die cutting machine to create my title. I off set it with black to create a shadow like the official title.
I added coordinating Rhinestones for an additional element. I hope you will try this technique. It was quicker than I expected and the results are worth it!
Hi everyone! Nicole Nowosad here today to share with you a layout I created using the Butterfly Foam Front and some fun new toppings too!
I started this page with the idea of the rainbow striped paper from the 6x6 Flirty Florals paper pad and mimic it in the Foam Front Butterfly. I added some fun toppings in a rainbow of colors, starting at the top of the butterfly foam front and then worked my way through the rainbow. Once it was all full with lovely toppings, I diecut the front design with the Designer Die and added it to the front to cover the adhesive area.
From there, it was just time to finish off the layout! I diecut several flowers using the Pop Up Dies Flower, and added those to the bottom of the page, along with several of the new embellishments and a handcut title.
I hope you are inspired to use one of the Foam Front designs on your next scrapbook layout!
For my next layout, I am going to share a fun project using the Love Foam Front! I just love the fun text appeal of this design and it works great on a scrapbook page.
I started this page by adding the foam front to the base of my layout and then started filling it with some fun toppings - microbeads, diamonds, sprinkles, donuts and matte beads too! These foam fronts can hold a lot of little bits of goodness !
I simply covered up the front of the Foam Front with some red patterned paper and then went on to finish my page.
I cut several squares from patterned paper from the 6x6 paper pads and added a design to the bottom half of my page. Since the foam front was on a slight angle when I placed it down, I did the same with the squares of paper on the bottom of the page.
I added a simple title, using the Foam Front as part of it and added a few letter stickers in a contrasting color to make it pop against all that red! I love how the photo stands out, even though the large foam front is all full of fun bits!
Hi everyone! Stacy Cohen here with some ‘fun-with-foam’ projects to share. I love that Queen & Co’s products are versatile enough to be used on a variety of crafty projects!
I used products from the new Butterflies Shaker Kit (which includes both foam shaker shapes and coordinating dies) to create a layout and a card. I’m quite enamored with colorful rainbow pages, so when I saw the new Delightful Dots and Simple Stripes Mat Stacks I got a little giddy. For the layout I cut strips of the rainbow colored papers and used a scalloped edger punch along the edge of each. I then adhered the strips side-by-side to a piece of cardstock, using 3D foam adhesive to pop up the scallops. I cut a curve along the strips and separated the two pieces, then adhered them to a 12” x 12” sheet of cardstock leaving about a half inch space between the two sections. I filled the space with coordinating colors of Queen & Co. bling and toppings.
I filled a butterfly shaker with some of the fabulous new toppings. I also added a few die-cut butterflies as page accents.
Here’s the card I made with the butterfly shaker kit. I used strips of the same fabulous rainbow papers.
Normally I like to leave room in the shakers so that the toppings will actually shake and move around. But this time I decided to fill the butterfly shaker to capacity so that the toppings would stay put. I layered the colors of the toppings within each butterfly so that they coordinate with the rainbow paper strips behind them.
Next up I have a layout and a card I made with the Birthday Shaker Kit. I went with a grid design for the layout, but I decided to change it up a bit and put the grid at an angle.
I used the party hat and cake slice shakers and filled them up with festive toppings. For the candles, I used the foam inserts from the candle shaker pieces (you’ll see I used the candle shakers themselves for the card at the end of this post).
I just love how much embellishments add to a layout! My Christmas layout would be on the plain side without our Twinkle Princess Cut Rhinestones, Gum Drop Buttons in Red and Silver, and our new Silver Trendy Tape.
Designer Stacy Cohen shows her creative genius on her layout using Stylish Stix!
When asked for her opinion about the new paper straws, Stacy said, "Your
straws are great because they are very sturdy (not like cheap paper
straws), so they will hold up and won’t flatten out on cards and
Available in a number of colours and patterns, you can purchase them directly from the Queen & Co. website or one of the many stores who carry our products.
There are so many different ways to use Queen & Co.'s products in layouts and cards. Designer Stacy Cohen combined Trendy Tape, Twine and Rhinestones to highlight the stars on her layout and card to make the colours pop!