Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Club Scrap Creative License Blog Hop

Welcome to the 
showing of the May Creative License kit.

I hope you came over here from
and enjoyed seeing what she had 
come upwith to inspire you.

I absolutely love this masculine kit
(but I love every kit when it comes :-)

So what did I come up with this time:
a scrap page and a picture frame.
Here is my scrappage with my adorable grandchildren,who
are riding their toy car for the first time. I used one of the 
ALSB pages. You find those instruction on the
 Club Scrap website site here.
Here some details:
the wonderful key that came with the embellishments
of this kit.I love the word dream on it. Yes,
those boys still have to dream about their own car.

And then a look at the rubber stamps:
The Jumbo stamp sheet comes with this wonderful
license plate stamp and a complete alphabet, so you
can make up your own words on the plate.
My next project is this picture frame. I made this wonderful
picture of my DH and the boys, you might have seen it on 
facebook, and it just needed a special frame.
I had this frame for a long time and it had the perfect size for this 
picture,but not the right border, so it was time to 
do a make over.
I started with cutting a piece of grey paper in the right size
6 x 6 inch on the outside and 3,5 x 3,5 inch on the inside.

Then part of the frame was embossed with 
the gears embossing folder

and the other part  with the rivit metalembossing folder.

Then I painted it randomly with black acrylic paint.

Next a layer of broken china acrylic paint

and finally a layer of golden paint.
Now it is time to let it all dry (I used a heat gun).

To complete it all I brushed the raised part with a
gold metallic ink pad.
The 3 keys are embossed with silver to give
it its metal look and the key to my heart is also a stamp
that you fnd on the Art Nouveau rubber stamps.

The cards are printed from the digital Creative License
images.Cut out twise to give it more body and to
have a layer of glossy accent on top.

The amazing image is a cut out that came with 
the scrap kit.

Now for more inspiration please hop over to
Pam's Blog.
and see what she has in store for you.

Thank you for looking.

Have  a creative day!


Donna said...

I am totally loving that frame!!! Those twins are so cute!

Annette said...

Hetty I love what you have done for the blog this month and have to say that Owen is growing like a weed right now. He seems to change on a daily basis!

Capescrapper said...

Hetty, I just love how you used the embossing folders in the frame!! Great ideas!
Thanks for sharing!

Tricia Morris said...

What a fun frame make-over, Hetty. Love it! And you have no shortage of BOYS around--so many great uses for this collection. I'd love to see some layouts featuring Raymond's love for police cars. (Was it police cars?)

Daffodil Cards said...

WOW WOW WOW, what a fabulous project, love the recycled frame.

Donna Nuce said...

Hetty you always have the best ideas! Love the frame with the embossed edges! Have a great day!

Rettaescape said...

Wow, Hetty! I love the layout...cute grandsons! I really love what you did to the frame. Awesome!

Ink Stained Roni said...

Very fun creations! Those two are adorable :) Love the frame of my favorite things to alter!


Eagle Craftz said...

The twin LO is too cute! The twins are just adorable! I also spy a stencil that I think I need. :).

APeeling Papercrafts said...

Really great projects! Love how you did the frame!

Wendy Bellino said...

Hetty I love the license plate title on your scrap page! What sweet pictures of those boys! The frame decor is amazing! I love how you layered the paint. All the little details really make it pop. Thanks for sharing!

debduzscrappin said...

Gorgeous work - really really love that frame!!

kiwimeskreations said...

Hetty the page and the picture frame are stunning - your love for you family really shows through them both.

jen t. said...

Awesome projects!!

Carolyn said...

All so cute!! adorable grands!!

KnitterPam said...

That was such a great picture of your hubby and the boys, Hetty! This frame is so special.

Kay Williamson said...

Apparently it was the month for frames for us, well I like your frame transformation better. What a sweet photo it holds too! Your twin layout is adorable, you have such perfect material for scrapbooking with this collection, love it Hetty!

Karen Wyngaard said...

Love the technique you used on the photo frame, and what a precious photo inside!

Lisa D said...

I'm loving all the depth and color on your frame, Hetty! Beautiful!

Sheila said...

Thank you for sharing the process that you used to create such a remarkable looking frame! Very creative!

Lilian said...

Awesome projects! Love the frame make over!
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