Using the "back" of our B&T paper as a layout base can create a nice tone on tone subtle background. Here the back of the white & black floral paper is a great backdrop for our layout. This project uses the For Always paper pack, Lagoon cardstock & ink, Archival Black ink, Sweet Leaf cardstock, Slate cardstock, Sweet Moments stamp set, and our Artiste Cricut bundle for the frames & swirls.
The Born to Ride stamp set makes a layout for your big boy or little boy. :o) Stamping the motorcycle once with full ink, then slightly back without reinking, and back again without reinking gives the illusion of movement. Try this with bicycles, butterflies, bees, cars, and anything else that moves. This layout uses the Dakota paper pack, Cranberry cardstock & ink, Black cardstock & ink, Whisper cardstock, Cocoa cardstock, Neutral Assortment Baker's Twine (black), and Square Studs (self adhesive, yay!)
Finishing our workshop off with whimsy is our card using the National Scrapbooking Month promotional paper pack Dream Pop and the Stamp of the Month Pinwheels. There are even Cricut images for the large & small pinwheel stamp images. These are the things needed to create this darling card (which was originally created by Angela Tutton with only a slight variation on my part): Dream Pop paper pack, Neutral Assortment Baker's Twine (grey), Pinwheels stamp set, Licorice Opaques, Sunset ink, Lagoon ink, Honey ink, Slate ink, and the Artiste Cricut bundle.