In loving memory of Christy RiopelToday we are looking back to the Fall 2015 issue of Creative Scrapbooker Magazine in our weekly feature #RememberingChristy.Β  A timeless layout designed by Christy Riopel with a gentle reminder to Cherish the Little Things. This layout was featured in Christy’s regular column called “Tool Junkie”.

Scrapbook Layout Designed by Christy Riopel | Creative Scrapbooker Magazine
SUPPLIES: ADORNit patterned paper and stickers, Bazzill Basics Paper cardstock, Spellbinders dies and Grand Calibur die cutting machine, Ranger pen, Beacon adhesives, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L, Liquitex texture paste, Dina Wakley for Ranger acrylic paint.

Using Your Dies To Make A Stencil
1. Cut a piece of cardstock that is larger than your die. The more border around your die the better. Cut the die out of the centre of the cardstock.Spellbinders Dies turned into stencils | Creative Scrapbooker Magazine
2. On a palette, mix a little embossing paste and some acrylic paint. With a palette knife, scrape the tinted paste over the stencil.Spellbinders Dies turned into stencils | Creative Scrapbooker Magazine
3. Lift your cut stencil and let the paste dry, or dry with a heat tool.Spellbinders Dies turned into stencils | Creative Scrapbooker Magazine

Have a wonderful Saturday everyone.

In loving memory of Christy Riopel – we continue to raise money for the Christy Riopel Art Scholarship. To date – one scholarship has been given through The Boys & Girls club of Calgary. This warms my heart knowing that Christy continues to spread gentle, caring and inspiring love through art in our world. Thank you so much to everyone who donates. We appreciate it from the bottom of our hearts.

The Christy Riopel Art Scholarship | #RememberingChristy | Donate Today | Creative Scrapbooker Magazine
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  1. Teresa Cowx Reply

    What a great technique. Using my dies as stencils and mixing up embossing powder with paint. Thanks for the tips😀