Coal Mine Tour Layout

Go green! I recycled the thin cardboard backing paper that comes with the Lace Cut cardstock and used it on my layout. I also used a photograph as the background block for my title letters. By choosing a simple photo of coal from our adventure I was able to create a unique and original title block.

Supplies:

  • LYB – Generation Z – Orange Metallic Wings Paper
  • LYB – Generation Z – Black Metallic Zig Zag Paper (both sides)
  • LYB – Generation Z – Lace Cut Cardstock
  • LYB – Generation Z – Ribbon
  • LYB – Generation Z – Journal Tablet
  • Cat’s Eye Fluid Chalk Inkpad – Charcoal
  • Bazzill Smoothies Cardstock – Blackberry Swirl
  • American Crafts Slick Writer
  • Target Foam Alphabet Stickers

Directions:

  1. Use Orange Metallic Wings Paper (grey striped side) as the layout base.
  2. Adhere black gears Lace Cut Cardstock to the backing paper from the package and adhere across the top of the layout as shown.
  3. Cut a 3 x 12 inch strip of Black Metallic Zig Zag Paper (black striped side) and adhere across the lower third of the layout as shown.
  4. Adhere a length of zig zag ribbon along the top of the black striped paper.
  5. Hand cut zig zag side of Black Metallic Zig Zag Paper to approximately 3 x 10 inches. Adhere vertically to left side of layout.
  6. Mount photos on black cardstock and adhere as shown.
  7. Ink edges of journaling card, fill in journaling and adhere to layout.
  8. Use photograph as a background for foam alphabet stickers. Adhere title over photograph.

by Jolene Johnston

Click Here for Printable Instructions and to order the products you’ll need to create this layout.

Happy Scrappin’

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