Framed Travel art featuring templates

Hi everyone, Jowilna here today sharing a travel inspired framed art piece, and the Let’s Go Collection was perfect for it.
“I want to make memories all over the world” is a statement I love, and my journey to anywhere starts in Africa so that was my inspiration for this piece.

I combined a cut file done on my Silhouette with my templates, Kaiser mists, Collectables and wooden flourishes to complete the look.

LET’S GO Collection: P2641 Carry On, P2643 Bag Tags
KC PRODUCTS: KM129 Kaiser Mists Denim,  IT043 Mini Template World Map, SS375 Let’s Go Sticker Sheet, CT949 Collectables, FL537 Fly Away Wooden Flourishes, IP751 Ink Pad Chocolate, T315 Double Sided Tape, LDB1056 Foam Tape,  DD619 Nesting Postage Stamp Decorative Die, CS341 Let’s Go Clear Stamp, DD001 DIYcuts Cutting machine, T321 Craft Glue, T317 Craft Scissors

Other: Texture Paste, frame, stapler

Step 1 – Cut the Africa or World Map out of the Carry On (reverse patterned paper).

Step 2 – Remove from your cutting matt and adhere it onto a sheet of white cardstock. Add some ink splats using your Kaiser mists.

Step 3 – Cut out some tags from the Bag Tag sheet and ink the edges.

Step 4 – Position your template onto the map and apply texture paste. Repeat a second time and leave the paste to dry.

Step 5 – Once the texture paste is dry mist the textured areas using Denim Kaiser mist and heat set using your heat gun.

Step 6 –  Use the cover sheet or packaging to die-cut some postage tags using the nesting die.

Step 7 – Stamp images onto the white side of the cut postage stamps using Kaiser ink in Chocolate. Ink the edges to finish them off.

Step 8 – Adhere the tags and postage stamped pieces to the top edge of your map. Use craft glue and foam tape for dimension.

Step 9 – Add collectable, stickers and wooden flourishes to finish off your art work.

Add your finished piece into a frame and hang on your wall as inspiration for your next adventure trip into the world.

You can download the Silhouette cut file and full instructions for this project. Or take a look at the short process video as inspiration.
Until next time – take a trip and go have an adventure.

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