Hi scrappy friends! I am so happy to be here on the blog today sharing a new layout and accompanying process video!
I am featuring my Geometric Fox cut file available in the Silhouette Design Store paired with my Turn the Page collection with Pink Paislee. To begin I die cut the fox from textured white cardstock and then pierced holes every 1/8″ or so around the entire design. Next I backstitched through the holes using all 6 strands of DMC white embroidery floss – it took a few hours so you definitely don’t need to do this step, but I LOVE the texture and dimension that it adds!
Then I backed each space with patterned paper – I mostly used the 6×6 Turn the Page Paper Pad but I also used a few bits of 12×12 papers. I traced the finished fox onto a subtle patterned paper and then painted around the traced area with white gesso and acrylic paint. After splashing more white acrylic paint around the background I adhered the fox with dimensional adhesive.
I found a photo of my son Fox holding our new bunny Phoebe and tucked it under the top. Next I added the Thickers title and embellished with all kinds of animals and bits & pieces from Turn the Page in two clusters.
This was such a fun layout to put together and I hope you are inspired to make one like it! Check out the process video to see exactly how this page was made:
Supplies: Patterned paper, Thickers, wood veneer, die cuts, puffy stickers, border sticker, journaling spots: Turn the Page by Paige Evans / Pink Paislee; Fox cut file: Paige Evans; Cardstock, pen, adhesive: American Crafts; Sewing machine: Brother; Thread: Coats & Clark; Embroidery floss: DMC; Acrylic paint: FolkArt; Gesso: Liquitex