02/07/2014

Spring in Paris - Scrap365 / Kreinik


Hello! Yesterday I blogged first of three layouts I created for a blog post in Scrap365's blog. All the layouts have threads by Kreinik in them. 

This layout is my second project with the threads. For this one I used the Iron-On Threads together with metallics and even silk. I normally use just plain polyester thread in my creations, but do actually have a red silk thread in use, too. I love how silk is so soft and airy! The material really makes a difference in the way the thread works - even if it's for papercrafts!


I made the flowers using the Iron-On Threads and formed the thread into shapes between two sheets of baking paper. The thread was really easy to use and shape and lifted up from the baking paper easily. There's just so much you could do with this thread! You could create doily-like shapes with it and have them hovering on top of the page like these airy flowers. The thread keeps its shape really well. To give the page some extra softness I used both the metallic and silk thread underneath the flowers.

The photo of the page is taken in Paris like the title suggests. The journaling talks about how springtime in Paris was beautiful and if I should make a habit out of the journey. 

Thank you for popping in today! We have had some rainy days (well, a lot of them) here in Finland so I do hope the sun will come out soon! Wishing you a lovely, summery day!


Ps. Have you noticed the new fabulous moodboard over at Scrap Around The World yet? This one is by the sweet Tusia and is so yummy! I'm sharing my project in the middle of the month but you can start creating immediately and share yours as soon as it's ready!


Materials: Kreinik, 7 Dots Studio, 3rd Eye, 7Gypsies, Canvas Corp, Talens, Prima Marketing, Sodalicious, American Crafts, Ranger

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