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ANZAC Inspired Layout

by Kim Kendell | April 22, 2019
ANZAC Inspired Layout
Hello Ruby Rock-It fans.  Welcome to my blog post.  Today I am sharing with you a layout I have created in memory of the ANZACS.  To create this layout I have used a mix of patterned papers from different ranges.  
ANZAC day is a special time for all Australians as we celebrate those who gave the ultimate sacrifice to enable us to have our freedom.

Products Used:
Magic and Wonder MAW60 - Mini Themes Magic & Wonder Stripe ,  Doodles  DLE69- Paperworld Doodles Design 4, Doodle  DLE83- Paperworld Doodles Design 6 ,  Crafters Choice Bling, White Cardstock, Ink from Tim Holtz in Weathered Wood and Grey, Light and Dark grey Inks and a brayer, Black and Red Stabello pencils, Fude Ball Pen in Black and a White pen. 

Method:

Take your white cardstock and Inks 
Ink around lightly with the Smokey Grey and then reink the edges with the Weathered Wood ink.
Then I took the Doodles Stripes which I have cut one inch off 2 sides to make it 11 x 141 inches and adhered it to the center of the white cardstock with the back being the upside the back. I have then applied 3 dots in random ares of both paints
Then using my brayer I have spread the paint over the page. It won't go all the way to the edges nor will it be a total coverage. 
I have then used a long stamp to add some marks to the edge of the paper. See the below image.
I have then added some random circular stamping followed by some long stamping.
I have then taken the other Doodle Papers and torn off some 1.5 inch wide strips that are approx 6 inch and 5 inches long.  I have then cut a white photo mat and adhered these after inking the edges to my page.
  
I have then taken a Fude ball pen and gone around the edge of the Doodles Stripe paper
Then go around the paper edges with the fude ball pen and then on the black paper with a white pen.
I also have then added some metal elements to my page along with a small piece of the Crafters Choice Bling.
At this stage I have also used my Red and Black Stabello pencils to highlight the edge stamping and the photo mat.
I have then added my photo to complete my layout. 
 I hope you have enjoyed my blog post and found it inspiring.
Kim

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