One of my favorite go to designs is a grid! There are so many different ways to create a grid on your page and today I wanted to share how you can use the new Doodlebug Design Love Notes Stand Alone die set to create a fun grid layout!
Once all my envelopes were die cut I assembled them all and then laid them out on a piece of white cardstock that I trimmed down to 11.50×11.50. I adhered them all down with some adhesive and then matted the cardstock on some pattern papers from the Lots of Love collection.
This layout was so much fun to create and I love how it showcases a lot of the pattern papers in the Lots of Love collection! The small envelopes are super cute and create a fun interactive grid!
To finish off my layout I added a large chit chat title piece to the bottom corner of the layout. I added foam adhesive to pop it up from the page and then added a Memories word sticker from the This and That sticker sheet.
I was really drawn to the beautiful Purity floral paper in this collection so I stared by fussy cutting one whole sheet! I knew I wanted to use one of the new Bella Cut Outs too that goes with this collection! I cut the heart cut out in half that comes in the The Reason cut out pack! I backed it with different pattern papers from the Let Us Adore Him collection.
You can grab this collection at Scrapbook.com or A Cherry on Top! I recommend grabbing a few of the Purity pattern paper to fussy cut all the florals! Have a wonderful day and thanks so much for stopping by today!
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Well hello friends! Long time no post here on my blog! Instagram seems to be the place to be for sharing my projects but I hope to get back to sharing more on my blog now that school is back in session for the kids! Today I have a colorful layout to share using some Scrapbook.com Exclusives that I know you are going to love.
These exclusives are great basics to have in your stash to match other products and collections you currently have in your stash. I wanted to create a colorful 12×12 scrapbook layout and the 6×8 Rainbow Smooth Cardstock from Scrapbook.com was perfect. This paper pad includes 40 sheets of smooth vibrant cardstock and you get 5 sheets of each color. It cuts beautifully in a die cutting machine and I used some stitched star dies from Echo Park to cut out some of the pretty colors.
To add a little something extra in the background and to help these colors really pop I pulled out my favorite inks from Catherine Pooler Designs! If you have been following me for awhile you know how much I love my CP inks! I added the color vertically down the left side of the page where I knew each colored star would go.
I layered up the stitched stars and then adhered them down to the cardstock. To embellish around the stars I used some stickers from the Rainbow Sticker book from Scrapbook.com. These sticker books are fabulous and I think are a must have in your stash! There are a few different sticker books in the Scrapbook.com shop and you can see them all HERE.
For my title I used the Scrapbook.com Downtown Letters & Numbers Decorative Die Set. I love how unique this die set is and how you can use the letters 3 different ways! This is a great set to add to your collection. To add some contrast to the layout I went with some black cardstock to cut out my title. I just love this thin font on my page. For a little bit of fun along the right side of the page I punched out 1 inch circles using the same Rainbow Smooth Cardstock to create a wonky scallop border. This helps to bring some color to the right side of the page! For some texture I sprinkled some Bella Blvd Trinkets and Doodlebug Design Jewels! To finish off my page I typed out some journaling using my computer. Once it was printed I cut it out into thin strips and adhered to the layout using some Tonic Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive.
Thank you so much for stopping by today and I hope you enjoyed my colorful layout! To get your hands on these fun exclusives head on over to Scrapbook.com! Enjoy your day.
Hey friends! I am so excited to share my first layout using the new Fairy Garden collection from Doodlebug Design!
I trimmed down the Pink Posies 12×12 pattern paper and adhered to a piece of white textured cardstock from Doodlebug Design. I pulled out all the Fairy Garden embellishments to fill in the line between the pattern paper and the white cardstock. I used icon stickers, mini icons and odds & ends. Some embellishments are popped up on foam adhesive to add dimension.
The Doodlebug Design Garden Flowers go perfect with this collection so I put together a few of them to add to the layout. I matted my photos using a pink paper from the Fairy Garden 6×6 paper pad and popped it up on foam tape.
For the title I found two chit chat pieces that were perfect for my photos and they are popped up with foam tape. I added a few speech bubbles that had rainbow colors to match the photos of Alyssa’s Rainbow party!
This layout was so fun to put together and the design is so simple but I love all the little embellishments I was able to get onto this page! I would love to see you create a diagonal design like this using your Doodlebug Design stash!
Head on over to the Doodlebug Design blog HERE to check out the final layout and stop by my YouTube channel to see my process! Have a great day!
Hey friends! I am so excited to share that I now have a creative team to share all the awesome products from Close to My Heart! These four ladies are so talented and I am excited for you all to see what they create!
The bunnies in the Daisy Meadows collection are adorable and you may want to pick up two of these beautiful sticker sheets! For an interacitve element in the album Inessa craeted a fun shaker page!
Make sure to head on over to Inessa’s Instagram page to follow her for even more inspiration! Thank you so much for stopping by today and I hope you are inspired by Inessa’s Bunny Mini Album! To check out the Daisy Meadows collection please stop by my Close to My Heart website HERE! Have a great day!
Hey friends! I am so excited for another hop with the A Cherry on Top Design Team! This month we are playing with some type of texture paste, mousse or glaze!
I used the Vicki Boutin Let’s Wander collection and an one of her stencils! I pulled out her CreativeFX Prism glaze and spread it through the stencil. This stuff is so creamy and so fun to work with! It has a beautiful color and sheen to it!
I fussy cut some florals from the Sunshine and Smiles paper which is one of my favorites! I created a vertical design and I just love how it turned out! Working with the glaze and stencil is so much fun! I love the texture and interest it gives to my layout!
Check out all the Vicki Boutin products over at A Cherry on Top! Head on over to my YouTube channel to check out my process video HERE!
Hey friends! Can you believe we are into February already? February is another one of my favorite months! Heart shaped everything and all the extra extra love! This month the A Cherry on Top design team is having another YouTube hop! This month we are focusing on die cuts and I tried to highlight my photos using die cuts in a vertical design on my page!
Make sure to stop at all the videos along the way and leave a comment and subscribe for a chance to win a $10.00 gift certificate to the A Cherry on Top Crafts shop!
Hey friends! Today I am sharing a super sweet layout using the Echo Park Cupid & Co collection I received from A Cherry on Top Crafts. I also used some of the Sweet Talk collection from Simple Stories.
I recently took some photos of our pittie Lola Bean cuddled on the couch! She is totally obsessed with our new Valentines pillows! She loves this long skinny red one and she cuddles with it every chance she gets. She is not allowed to be on the couch unless there is a blanket down or we give her permission so she pulls the blanket down from the arm of the couch and gathers the pillows and makes herself a nest.
I had this cut file already cut that says Hooked on You and thought it would be perfect to go along with this photos. I backed the cut file with papers from the Echo Park Cupid & Co paper pad. For the background I used some white textured cardstock and used some Lindy’s Stamp Gang to add color. I popped up the cut file on some foam squares from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L and placed it onto the page.
I used embellishments from the Cupid & Co collection to embellish around the layout. I also fussy cut some florals from one of the 12×12 pattern papers. I pulled out some enamel dots from Simple Stories Sweet Talk collection and sprinkled around my page.
I found a sweet epoxy flair from Scrappin Happy Studio and added to an embellishment cluster I created on the cut file. I love the pinks and reds on this layout and the little bits of black.
This month we are using a sketch as inspiration to create our projects!
You can check out all the details on the sketch challenge HERE!
I decided to go with an 8.5×11 layout and try to follow the sketch pretty close. I did change up the amount of tags and photos to fit my layout better. I love all the floral ephemera pieces in The Avenue collection by Pebbles.
Head on over to my YouTube channel to see my process video that goes along with this layout! If you are interested in the collection I used you can find it HERE at A Cherry on Top Crafts! Comment on all the videos today and you will be entered to win a $10.00 gift certificate to the A Cherry on Top Crafts shop! Have a great day!