Goin Nuts by Anso
Making Memories Noteworthy Delaney Floral
Making Memories Noteworthy Delaney Ledger Circle
Making Memories Noteworthy Delaney Die Cut Scallop
Making Memories Noteworthy - Adhesive Glitter Clears #30886
Making Memories Noteworthy Diecuts Glitter Box #30287
American Crafts Thickers Shoe Box, Pink Glitter #42383
American Crafts Thickers Gift Box, Black #42759
Doodlebug sugar coated brads (4 to match your flower diecuts)
Scraps of white cardstock
Glue (I use Herma removable)
Black journaling pen (Zig Millennium)
Charcoal Chalk Inkpad (optional)
Start by cutting your Floral paper to size. We will be using the blue side with dots of this as the base for the layout. I scrap in true A4 size, so I cut mine to 29,7x21 centimetres (cm). Please feel free to adapt to another layout size if you prefer.
Pick your photo. Im using two landscape photos at 10x15 cm. I have trimmed them a little at the top and the bottom so they measure about 8,5 cm tall.
Cut a corner from the scalloped paper (10x10 cm) and two strips from the Ledger Circle paper, rip one of the long edges of each piece and then ink the edges.
Attach your paper pieces to your background using the photo below for placement. My bottom strip starts about 2 cm from the bottom edge of the layout and my top strip starts about 5 cm from the top of the layout.
Glue your photos in place and cut off any bits that hang over the edge of your layout.
Cut two narrow strips from the Ledger Circle paper, rip one of the long edges on each, ink the edges and attach to the layout with the orange side up.
Use your packs of Thickers to make up your title. I chose to place part of my title on top of my photos.
Create a little flower arrangement partially overlapping the right top corner of the right photo. Use the diecuts and the glitter clears plus some Doodlebug brads for this.
Finally add a square journaling diecut from the pack to the top left corner, journal onto strips of white cardstock, ink the edges and glue in place.
Your finished layout should now look something like this:
I hope you enjoyed my class! Wishing you lots of fun creating your own version!