Hello crafty friends! Tracy McLennon here and I’m hoping these beautiful summer months are treating you as well as they are me, in my neck of the woods. Just because it’s summer, doesn’t mean I don’t stop creating. But these days I’m usually crafting on rainy days or later at night. Today I am sharing with you a Heritage Layout featuring Stampers Anonymous. I have been on a kick lately of creating heritage layouts. I just love creating using a vintage colour palette and using heritage family photos that I am lucky enough to have access to. Here are the details. I created a stamped border using all of those stunning vintage Ornate Trims stamps from Stampers Anonymous using Ranger Walnut Stain Distress Ink and brown embossing powder. I love a layout with lots of layers and texture, and this layout is no exception. I double matted my 4×6 photo in brown and cream cardstock. Then added the photo using Creative Photo Corners Black from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L. I added the photo to the layered background using Crafty Foam Tape.
These beautiful flowers from Prima Marketing were the perfect accent to my vintage photo. I used the Fragments cling stamps from Stampers Anonymous to add detail to my layered background using Walnut Stain Distress Ink. And then added Stitches images over other stamped images using Black Embossing Powder. Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope my layout inspiration got your heritage crafty juices flowing.
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Ornate Trims Cling Stamps
Stitches Cling Stamps
Fragments Cling Stamps
Distress Oxide Ink- Black Soot, Vintage Photo
Distress Ink- Walnut Stain
Black Embossing Powder
Brown Embossing Powder
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L-
Creative Photo Corners Black
E-Z Runner Ultra Dispenser
Crafty Foam Tape Black
3D Foam Squares Black Mix
Adhesive Dots Medium
Prima Marketing – Flowers and Leaves
Cardstock- Kraft, Cream, Brown
Paper Distressing Tool
To see more of Tracy’s work visit her blog – Scrappy Chick Designs
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