Project 1202-2

Scrapbooks Etc. Magazine – Felt & Flocked Accents
By: Michelle Rubin
Sponsor: Scrapbooks Etc. Magazine

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Felt and Flocked Accents

Cute Layout
Designed by Erin Clarkson

  1. Add an 8½ x8" piece of patterned paper on an 8½ x 11" sheet of cardstock.
  2. Adhere a 4 ½x7 ½" photo as shown. Print journaling on white cardstock and attach to layout. Add felt letters for title, rub-on stitches to the top seam and rub-on letters to the bottom right corner.
  3. Punch five small holes across the layout just below the patterned paper. Layer two sizes of felt flowers and attach them to the layout with a brad. Repeat until all of the holes are covered.

Port O'Connor Layout
Designed by Erin Clarkson

  1. Attach a 7 3/4x 9" piece of patterned paper to a 9x9" piece of cardstock. This designer arranged her photos in a photo-editing program, added journaling and part of her title, and printed all of the images together, then matted them on a piece of orange cardstock. You could add the photos and journaling individually.
  2. Add rickrack and ribbon to the bottom of the photo grouping, then add chipboard and felt stickers to complete the title.
  3. Embellish with word stickers and a brad.

Personal Style Layout
Designed by Erin Clarkson

  1. Attach a 9x2" piece of cardstock to the bottom of a 9x9" piece of patterned paper. Position a 4 1/4x6 ¼ photo as shown and add word stickers.
  2. Apply adhesive rub-on images to several chipboard circles, then cover images in felt.
  3. Arrange circles as shown, adhering a few of them with adhesive foam to give them dimension.
  4. Finish it off with a circle sticker adhered with adhesive foam

Razor Layout
Designed by Erin Clarkson

  1. Adhere a 1 1/2x9" piece of flocked patterned paper at the bottom of a 9x9" sheet of cardstock. Apply rub-on stitches to the seam. Attach a 4 1/2x7 ½" photo and three 1 1/4x3" prints (all matted on white) as shown.
  2. Print journaling, trim it into strips and attach on the left edge and bottom of the large photo.
  3. Stitch green "stems" as shown, then apply felt flowers (with felt brads in the middle) and title to complete the project.

Season’s Greetings Card
Designed by Erin Clarkson

  1. Add a 1½x3” piece of striped patterned paper to the right edge of a 4x6” card base.
  2. Adhere a polka-dot ribbon to the seam created by the patterned paper.
  3. Cover three chipboard circles in blue paper. Apply an adhesive rub-on from a do-it-yourself flocking and foiling kit to each circle. Lay a sheet of flocking atop on of the adhesive rub-ons and burnish before gently pulling the sheet away.
  4. Repeat for each rub-on.
  5. Follow the same process for sentiment, but instead of flocking, use a sheet of foil.


Julie McGuffee, Michelle Rubin and Beth Madland




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