Mandy here, and today I’m sharing a new layout that I created using the STUNNING ‘Wild at Heart‘ collection! I’m still crushing on the beautiful florals in this collection, and so I wanted to create a layout featuring these!
I documented a photo of my eldest daughter Abigail & I. We recently enjoyed a fun girls weekend away together, and of course we took lots of selfies to remember our little getaway! On the first morning we went for a walk down to the beach to enjoy the sunshine, and this was when we took this photo. Of course I wanted to scrap it straight away!
I used the reverse side of the lovely Artisan patterned paper as the background for my layout. I also added a strip of the Double Dot paper down the middle of the layout, with a thin strip of the reverse side of the Patchwork patterned paper tucked under both sides to give it some definition from the background.
I matted my photo with the reverse side of the Luscious paper, and then layered two of the beautiful chipboard frames from the collection underneath the photo. I love the dimension that this creates! I couldn’t go past the ‘beautiful’ chipboard sticker as the title for my layout, and it fit perfectly sitting just above the photo! You can also see here that I added a little tab sticker on the top left hand corner of the photo.
I had so much fun fussy cutting those gorgeous florals on the beautiful Luscious patterned paper! I might be strange I know, but I actually find it quite therapeutic! And I absolutely love the end result, so I think it’s worth the effort! I arranged them under the bottom edge of the photo to create a base of sorts for the photo to sit on. I like how they also frame the bottom half of the photo nicely. I made sure that I only added glue to the centre of the flowers as I wanted the leaves to lift off the page which gives the floral clusters dimension and movement.
There was some negative space on the left hand side of my photo, so I stuck a chipboard butterfly there, and then added the little ‘happy’ die cut just above that. I also cut the word ‘together’ out of the Fussy Cuts patterned paper, and tucked it under the bottom edge of the photo.
Thanks so much for joining me on the blog today! I’ll be back later in the month to share another project with you.