Thankful | Vicki Parker

Hi Foxy friends, it's Vicki here today with my final layout using the fabulous October FoxBox. I started with a piece of patterned paper from the Truly Grateful collection by Paige Evans for Pink Paislee. I cut out every whole leaf on the page and then created a wreath from them. I then added some of the small puffy stickers from the same collection around the wreath to add some interest and dimension. I wanted to keep the layout pretty simple and let the Perspextive be the star, so I just added a couple of word tags and a few splatters to finish the wreath. I backed the white cardstock onto a coordinated piece of coloured cardstock to add a border around the layout and finished by backing t

Let's Stay Home | Giselle Homer

Hi Fox friends, summer is over now but I still have one last flowery layout to share with you today. Who can resist Cocoa Vanilla! I had this photo of my dog which I knew would work well with the ‘Home' Perspextive, though it’s me that wants to stay home more often than the dog! For this layout I started with a diced circle cut file from Paige Evans. I backed filled it using a different patterned paper for each circle. Then I layered the photo with a mix of plain and patterned papers and glued it in the centre of the page and slightly to the right. I chose some die cut flowers and placed them at the lower right corner of the photo. Then I added a couple more at the top corner of the layout.

All Aboard!!

Hi there Foxy Friends! Today I'm sharing a 12 x 12 layout with you using perspextives from the October Fox Box and a few from my stash! Those of you who are familiar with my travel themed layouts will know I love a map!! I'm always on the look out for an old atlas that I can cut up! I wanted to create a page documenting my recent awesome train journey across Russia, Mongolia and into China. The perspextives in this months Fox Box couldn't have been more perfect. During a five week holiday, as you might imagine, I took, hundreds, no, thousands of photos! I wanted to remember all the little things from the incredible water heater on board the trains with constant boiling water on tap to mix ou

New York, New York

You probably know by now based on my layouts, that we visited New York recently. I have another double-page spread for my album. I still love the Cityscape Perpextive which doesn't have to be about New York. The lovely glossy black looks awesome against bright inks or paints. I smooshed Distress Oxide ink in Peacock Feathers and Fosilised Amber. I then stamped to add texture. I layered a red heart which really pops agains the black. For the photos taken onboard the helicopter, I matted and layered onto some envelopes and ephemera. How cute is the little apple?! This piece is available in the New York Favourites set. The Arrows V2 set is still a firm favourite - so great for adding a little d

Harbour Bridge Climb

Hi there!, it's Wendy up on the blog again sharing a double LO using all the amazing word perspectives and gold stars from the October Fox Box. They fitted perfectly with the pictures from the Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb. I have used up sheets from Cocoa Vanilla You Rock and Boys Rule collection for the torn edges of the LO. The golden edge from You Rock was a perfect match to the colour of the star perspextives. I used a lot of mixed media on this LO and was pleased with the result of the matte texture paste almost looking like the railings from the Bridge. I then added Shimmerz paints with the packaging technique to create the blue/gold colour effect. After the paint was dry I stamped with

Dino-mite Layout

Hi Fox Friends! I have been scrapping my New York trip in an 8 1/2 x 11" album. I've not scrapped this size before - it's great to pull a layout together quickly, but a bit challenging when trying to fit everything in. So I have created a double page spread of our trip to American Musesum of Natural History (Night of the Musueum). I had some papers from the Field Trip collection by Shimelle. Although it has a very cutsey theme, I do love the big tropical leaves. I fussy cut lots of leaves from one of the papers and overlapped them. To add texture, I curled and molded some of the leaves. I tucked in fussy cut images as well as used some of the cute little Dinosaur Perspextives - adorable! T

The Good Life Includes Books | Debbi Tehrani

I've always been an avid reader, and I decided to use some title pieces from the September Fox Box to create a layout documenting the books I read on my summer break. I scrap 8 x 8, so the Perspextives always look a little larger on my pages. Don't you love the open letters on some of the Perspextives? They're awesome for backing with patterned papers. If you take a stroll through the shop, you'll find a whole bunch of titles that feature this type of open font. I thought the Everyday Musings by Pinkfresh Studio would be the perfect collection for this layout. I found the perfect cut file of a stack of books from Paper Issues. and backed the books with different papers from the Everyday Musi

XOXO Home | Julie Taylor

Hi Foxy Friends, how's your October going? Have you took lots of autumnal photos to scrap? The October Fox Box is perfect for documenting them & I chose to use the lovely grey 'Home' perspextive on my latest layout. I found this quote on Pinterest & decided to add that to the right hand side, using the Home perspextive as the main feature & mixing it with different fonts. I then added multiple trims to border it from the left hand side. I then basically did a grid pattern with my photos & any bits that fitted the space, adding the people & house perspextives, at opposite ends, to draw your eye around. Thanks for popping by today & taking a peak, until next time, happy scrapping

Home Alone at Last | Niki Rowland

Hi everyone, this is Niki back with you today sharing a layout using goodies from the October Fox Box. For this layout I have used the word 'home' and the little purple houses. These were both in the October Fox Box. I thought I would make the word 'home' part of my title and those houses are just the cutest hey! I started off by painting two doilies in three colours of Shimmerz paints. I choose two purple colours and one navy. I applied colour to the doilies using the packaging technique and then I left them to dry. Once dry I positioned them onto my layout. I've used a mixture of Paige Evans Truly Grateful and Maggie Holmes Heritage for this layout. I choose these collections becuase they

Fright Night!

Hi Kay here sharing a spooky Halloween layout with you today! I wouldn't normally use these colours so it was great for me to attempt something different. I started with the black spider web paper from the collection Hey Pumpkin by Crate Paper. I was searching through my craft room for something purple, its not a colour I use very often. I found a plastic divider from a notebook and decided to use that, I like the way it is translucent so you can still see the paper underneath. I then added a large die cut spider web that I cut out on my Silhouette. The embellishments I used are mostly from the same range Hey Pumpkin. The little houses from the October Foxbox are so cute! I used the purple C

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