Monday, March 1, 2010

DT reveal - Word Trios

From this month, we're mixing things up here at Scrapware!  Every Monday, the Scrapware team will be showcasing different ways to use the same product.  Lots of techniques to share and loads of inspiration!! Enjoy!

This week we've been playing with Scrapware's Word Trios.   One of my favourites is this one!  Just perfect for a girlie layout...
I have used two of the words on this layout and combined them with alpha stickers for my title.  The words have been painted white, then sprayed with a red glimmermist.
Products used:
  • WT27 Beautiful Perfect Princess
  • CH193 Bird on a Branch MINI
  •  CH295 Scalloped Circles Large
The chipboard bird has been coloured using Pebbles Inc metallic cream chalks...incredibly easy to apply and they colour the chipboard beautifully.
Both Lou and Ange have created layouts using this word trio.
Product: WT25 Believe Dream Laugh

Lou has inked the chipboard word with a chalk ink randomly around the top edge, then sprayed with gold glimmermist.  The end result gives the word an antiqued look that coordinates beautifully with her layout.

Ange created this effective background by placing a piece of mesh randomly and inking over the top.  The chipboard words have been painted in a coordinating colour to the patterned paper, and stamped stars.  Using the same colour in the words and star stamp adds further dimension to the layout.  Ange also used  the circle from CH39 Scalloped Circles circle to surround the no. "4".
Nat has used this word sheet that includes words and hearts.
 CH202 I {heart} you
Nat has embossed with Zing black glitter embossing powder! The gloss finish is a perfect compliment to this beautiful layout.

Last but not's a little teaser from Gilly...can't wait to see the full project!

Scrapware's Word Trios are the perfect compliment to any project, either as your title, incorporated into your journaling or as a decorative accent.  Ask you lss or online store to order some in for you today.

Cheers, Lis.


  1. LOving the Sass LO Lisa.
    And the blog looks great too!