Tuesday, February 21, 2012

LOVIN FROM THE OVEN Layout

Genevieve enjoys Sunday morning cooking with Grandpa!

MS Cupcake punch, Distress Ink to make the Cinnamon Roll.

Pat Distress Ink on craft mat and spray with water.

Drag your paper through the ink on craft mat.

Dry inked paper with heat tool.

Use Chalk ink around the edge of the Cinnamon Roll cut out.

Draw circle with Liquid Pearls to make Frosting on Cinnamon Roll.

Attach Cinnamon Rolls to 5x7 picture.  I used Glue Dots.

Use Sizzix 3-D flower die to cut out flowers.  Ink edges with Distress Ink before rolling.

Roll McGill tool in circles on flower petals to make soft and break down paper.

Twist flower shape around McGill Tweezer Tool.

Hot glue the bottom of the flower to hold it in place. Bend petals backwards.

These are the McGill tools that come in a kit that I used.

Sizzix 3-D Die to cut flowers in 2 different sizes.

Cut out shape out of cardboard.  I use recycled cardboard from paper packs or file folders.

Ink the sides of the cardboard shape to blend with the paper that is glued on top of cardboard shape.

Use Cricut Marker to outline the words in title BEFORE cutting them out.

Title outlined using Cricut Marker in Cricut Expression machine.

Adhere matching paper to Clear Buttons using Glossy Accents.

SU Paper Piercer used to poke holes to  to sew.  Plastic used to make swirl designs to sew.

Stitched heat movement in paper.

Kitchen tools made FROM MY KITCHEN Cricut cartridge.  GYPSY WANDERINGS made tool holder.

LACY LABELS Cricut cartridge to make scalloped circle.  Add pen stitches to circle.

Border cut from MS Elegant Cake Art Cricut cartridge.

Flowers spritzed with Perfect Pearls "Perfect Gold".  Clear buttons used coordinating paper adhered with Glossy Accents.

Scallop Circle made with LACY LABELS Cricut cartridge. Pen stitching. Inked edges.

My husband makes THE BEST MEMORIES!  I'm sooo lucky!

4 comments:

Melissa said...

Wow! Lots of informative pictures!TFS

Melissa
myscraphour.blogspot.com

Lori Apgar said...

Love the step-by-step!!!

Chanda Stehlik said...

Great tutorials, Jenny! What a 'sweet' page! Lots of fabulous details!

Pink Cricut said...

Such a sweet layout- so much detail!