Scrapbook How To: 3 Ways to Use Feathers on Your Scrapbook Layout!

Natalie McConnell, Senior Editor

Natalie McConnell, Senior Editor

Fun and fancy-free, feathers are fabulously on-trend right now, but it can be hard to find new ways to use them on your layout. Check out these top tricks to use this fantastic supply on your next layout.

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Hello There by Mou Saha, as seen in the September/October 2013 issue of Creating Keepsakes magazine.

Tip 1 Yes, it can be done! Stamp directly onto your feather for a free-flowing look. Adhere your feather to your layout before stamping. Choose a lightweight feather so some ink can bleed through to the paper and give you a dimensional look. (tip left page)

Tip 2 Want to add more journaling but keep up the feather theme? Attach a feather to paper using removable adhesive and lightly spray ink. Remove feather and trim around image. Add journaling and attach to your layout. (top right page)

Tip 3 Trim down your feathers to create an embellishment, like this funky heart that also serves as a flag for extra journaling. (bottom left page)

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2 Responses to Scrapbook How To: 3 Ways to Use Feathers on Your Scrapbook Layout!

  1. These are very cool, great tips on how to use them!

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