Friday, November 7, 2014

Fabscraps Royal Baby, a new collection

Are you looking for the perfect paper to scrap a new little one in your family?  Fabscraps has the perfect collection for you, Royal Baby.  Its baby pinks and blues are just the perfect choice!

I've scrapped two of my favorite babies using this collection.  First up is my sweet Chili at 10 weeks old.  She's a baby puppy, LOL!!  She is snuggling with her bunny that she loved so much and carried with her everywhere she went until finally bunny had to "go away" when his head fell off.

The hot air balloon is a chipboard piece and there are precut papers in the Journal papers for covering the balloon.

For This Project You Will Need:
    FabScraps Royal BabyC70 collection - 1 sheet each:  001 Baby Girl, 002 Precious Bunny, 003 Baby Books, 007 Swirl
    DC70 018 Hot Air Balloon 1 piece
    ST70 002 Sticker sheet
    MC70 001A Journal Book
    White scrap of cardstock
    Mask and molding paste
    Ink, paint
    Flowers, leaves, embellishments, etc. of your choice

1.      Do some background masking on your base page, 002 Precious Bunny.  Use a foam stamp and paint to randomly stamp white and pink paint on the page.   Allow to dry.
2.      Cut an 8.5"  square from 003 Baby Books and punch around the edges.  Ink as desired.  Layer and adhere the white side to the center of your masked paper from step 1.
3.      Cut a  7.5" square from 001 Baby Girl.  Heavily distress the edges and then moisten the edges lightly so that you can crinkle and curl.  Ink as desired.  Adhere this inside the square of 003 Baby Books.
4.      Cut a strip from the pink portion of 008 Swirl 3.25 x 11.5".  Distress and ink the edges.  Use foam strips to pop this up and adhere to the center of the layout over top the layered papers in step 3.
5.      Select one of the precut hot air balloons from MC70 001A  Journal Book and glue to the DC70 018 hot air balloon chipboard piece.  Tuck this in behind the layered papers on the upper right as shown in the photo.
6.      Now you can add journaling, flowers, title etc.  Embellish as you like and its all ready for display!

Here's my other favorite baby, our grandson!  Royal Baby has so many cute chipboard pieces with it, I've tucked a train into my flowers from the collection!

The cute little onesie and the postcard below are fussy from the Journal papers.

 I love this adorable chipboard train.  I've used a sticker from the collection in the center announcing that it's a boy.

This Project You Will Need:
·        C70 Royal Baby Collection papers:  1 sheet each  of 005 Baby Boy, 006 Blue Ellie, 008 Swirl,
·        DC70 017 Train chipboard
·        ST70 002 Its a Boy sticker
·        MC70 001A Journal papers
·        Border and leaf punches
·        Paint, modeling paste and mask if desired
·        Embellishments of your choice, i.e. flowers, leaves etc.

  1. Take 006 Blue Ellie and punch around the page.
  2. Cut a 10" square from 005 Baby Boy and border cut the edges.  You can cut this with a border punch or do a decorative cut out with a cutting machine such as a Cricut or Cameo.  I used a WRMK Lucky 8 punch.
  3. Cut a 6" circle from the center of 006 Blue Elie paper from step 1 and punch around the edges if desired.
  4. Cut a rectangle from 008 Swirl 5.25 x 6" such that you have the floral border on the left as shown in the photo.  Border punch the right side.  Mount your photograph on this paper.
  5. Ink and distress all your edges as desired.
  6. Take the Its a Boy sticker from the 002 sticker sheet and stick onto white cardstock.  Then fussy cut the sticker out.
  7. Paint 017 train chipboard a dark blue to match the paper and then add a 1/4" white strip cut from white cardstock  underneath the engine window.  Attach the Its A Boy sticker in the center of the train chipboard.
  8. Adhere 006 Blue Ellie paper  from step 1 onto white cardstock.
  9. Layer and adhere 005 Baby Boy paper  from step 3 over the Blue Ellie paper, tilting it to the right in a pleasing manner.
  10. Now layer on the circle cut from 006 Blue Ellie on the left side of the page about 3" from the top and left side.
  11. Add masking as desired.  I have masked some tiny hearts here and there.
  12. Add your photo and matt from step 3 over top the circle.
  13. Cut the Its a boy postcard and the Sweet Boy title  from the 001A Journal papers.   Distress and ink the edges as desired.  Arrange the postcard as shown in the photo curling the edges and scrunching in the middle so that a flower can slip underneath.  Place the Sweet Boy title underneath your photo using foam strips to pop it up.
  14. Add embellishments, flowers, leaves, etc. of your choice along with the train chipboard embellishment.
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