ScrapBerry’s Far Off Worlds Collection

Well, it took me way too long, but I finally used the entire paper pad from the ScrapBerry Far off World Collection.

Today I share the first 28 cards I created using the Far Off Worlds Paper pack and the Ephemera Cards I (which has 23 card toppers plus borders) and Ephemera Cards II (which has 19 card toppers).

For a Close Up look at each grouping of cards scroll down!


Cards 1-4

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Card one through four feature four different printed papers, four strips of printed paper and four sentiment card toppers.  I also used some Ebony Black Nuvo Drops on these cards.


Cards 5-6

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Card five through six features lots of black cardstock, plus two of the printed papers trimmed, a boarder trimmed and two card toppers.  I also used some Sea Breeze Nuvo Jewel Drops to embellish these cards.


Cards 7-8

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Cards seven through eight features two pieces of trimmed printed paper and two card toppers.  I also used some Hickory Smoke Distress Oxide, Black Soot Distress Oxide, and Earl Gray Nuvo Vintage Drops.


Cards 9-10

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Cards nine and ten feature two pieces of printed paper that were a little more muted and two of the toppers.  I brighten up the cards with the teal cardstock and some Earl Gray Nuvo Vintage Drops.


Cards 11-12

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Cards eleven and twelve feature a strip of 2×5.5 inch printed paper and two card toppers.  I also used some Doodles Paper Playground Intergalactic Sparkle Blend Sequins and Ranger Glossy Accents.


Cards 13-14

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Cards thirteen through fourteen features a piece 2×4.25 inch strip of printed paper and four different card toppers.


Card 15-16

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Cards fifteen through sixteen feature two 2×5.5 inch pieces of printed paper, two toppers and some Earl Gray Nuvo Vintage Drops.


Cards 17-18

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Cards seventeen through eighteen features two piece of trimmed printed paper, two strips of printed paper and two toppers.  I also used some Doodles Paper Playground Grapefruit Sparkle Blends Sequins.


Card 19-22

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Cards nineteen through twenty two feature four pieces of 2×5.5 inch printed paper, four strips of trimmed paper, four toppers and a bunch of Sheer Shimmer Spritz in Frost.


Card 23-24

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Card twenty three through twenty four feature two pieces of printed trimmed to 2×5.5 inches, two toppers, a trimmed sentiment, some Sheer Shimmer Spritz in Frost, and a splattering of both Distress Oxide Spray in Mermaid Lagoon and Fossilized Amber.


Card 25-26

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Card twenty five through twenty six features a piece of the packaging for the paper pack trimmed and all the the rest of my trimmed pieces of cardstock, plus two toppers.  I also used some Crushed Grape Nuvo Drops.


Card 27EK Gorman, White Rose Crafts, ScrapBerry Space yCard twenty five features two strips of printed paper, three more pieces of trimmed printed paper, a card topper and some Doodles Paper Playground Sweet Boy Sparkle Blends.


Card 28

EK Gorman, White Rose Crafts, ScrapBerry Space zMy final card (today) features some of the packaging from the printed paper and the label from the packaging.  That’s it.  It ended up being a pretty cool card.


Thanks for peeking in on my project today.  Don’t forget that there is a second part to this video that will be released soon featuring twelve more cards that use the Zotac signs and some mixed media inking.

Let me know in the comments below which of today’s layouts is your favorite.  Until then, happy crafting.

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