Iron Crafter February Edition

Hey Bestie!

It’s Iron Crafter Friday!! This month the secret ingredient is Pocket cards or cut apart cards. I know that I love these even though I’m not a pocket scrapper. I love that you can get so many layers in a layout without using lots of paper. For this layout, I’m using Traci Reed’s new collection called Over the Moon. This is a digital collection. And I printed it out on to Office Depot presentation paper with at matte finish. Here is the complete layout:

Papers: Traci Reed Over the Moon
Embellishments: Traci Reed Over the Moon
Ink: Tumbled Glass Oxide ink


I started by cutting apart the 3×4 and 4×6 cards. I love how I could layer them to get depth but only used 2 sheets of paper. That helps the budget! Once I knew what papers I wanted, I used Tumbled Glass and the heart stencil from to add to the white background paper. I cut apart some of the “stickers” to use as embellishments. I really am happy with this finished layout!!

Here are some close ups:

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