MINC Foiling Tips Using Wolf Pack That You Absolutely Can’t Miss
Let’s have a little fun with Wolf Pack.
Who am I kidding…
I’ve been having a whole lot of fun with Wolf Pack lately.
Today I want to show you how to craft a traditional 12×12 Wolf Pack layout…and bonus…maybe even get you to scrap it of your own self. You know. You in the actual photo. Because. That’s rare, right?
Just how am I going to show you how to craft this? With a process video.
In this video below watch how to create a mixed media background using Minc Screen Ink and a stencil. You say add foil to Wolf Pack? Isn’t it all woodsy and outdoorsy and stuff like that? Yep. It sure is. And why wouldn’t you expect me to glam even that up a bit?
Also, this video is a step by step guide to building this page up and how it all came together.
I really love to add mixed mediums to a traditional scrapbook page. It’s that whole paper artist thing I got going on. The video takes you step by step how to make this happen so you too can follow along.
Another fun aspect of this layout are the Rub On Stickers. I show you how to add those and there’s even a little tip to make sure they look good too.
There has been a great response to this newest of Heidi Swapp’s Paper Lines. This layout is just one more reason to have this collection in your stash. Oh. And don’t forget the Minc Machine and Foil too.
Supplies | Heidi Swapp Wolf Pack Paper Line available in independent, online, and JOANN stores (online only), Minc Machine., Minc Art Screen Ink, and Minc Silver Foil