Today Timi is going to show you a layout using lots of chipboard pieces from Scrapfellow and my eCrafty electronic cutting machine.
What you will need:
3 sheets patterned paper
1 white cardstock
Scrapfellow chipboard pieces
sprays, ink and paints
Using the eCraft (or other electronic cutting machine) cut hexagons out of the white cardstock. Check your composition first and then decide where you want the hexagons. Adhere the white cardstock on one of the patterned paper sheets that you like the most. You could distress the edges if you wanted.
Cut out smaller hexagons with the eCraft and place the into to the hexagons on the white cardstock with some foam adhesive to add more texture to the page.
Colour some of the chipboard pieces and shapes with paints and inks.
This is the step when you are putting the page together: Take a spray ink and splatter some of the ink on the page, add some pattern paper to mat the photo and to make some layers under the matted photo. Here I used journaling cards from Scrapfellow to make the layers.
Add the title and some more chipboard pieces and chipboard stickers. I also added one flair button from Scrapfellow. For more definitions on the page add some doodling too.
My title on this page was cut out with my electronic cutting machine and it is my own handwriting. Possibilities are endless with electronic cutting machines.
I hope you liked this tutorial, if you would like to see more ideas with ecraft leave a comment on our Facebook page.
Crafting Ireland Team