Happy Monday everyone! Today I did a scrapbook layout with Blossom and Scalloped Nestabilities. This is a fun very colorful layout that includes inking the die cut shapes. Here is a list of supplies I used that are available here at the Cut at Home Website.
Spellbinders Blossom die set – SKU: S4-192
Spellbinders Long Classic Scalloped Rectangles – SKU: S4-143
Graphic 45 Botanical Tea 12 x 12 Paper Pad, Spring Dust – SKU: 4500889
Tim Holtz Distress Ink, Ripe Persimmon – SKU: TIM32830
Tim Holtz Distress Ink, Mustard Seed – SKU: TIM20226
I also used a few items from my stash, yellow and orange card stock, Anna Griffin Embossing Folder and some Queen & Company Pearls.
This was a fun page, I love all the colors in my Granddaughter’s dress so I couldn’t wait to scrap this page! The Spellbinder’s Blossom Die was the perfect choice. I also decided to use the Scalloped Rectangle die for the title and to create a little border element around the pictures. I used the Graphic 45 paper Spring Dust for the background, then I cut 3 of the largest rectangles and 1 of the third largest rectangles out of the yellow card stock, and one of the second largest rectangles out of the orange card stock. The I cut the blossoms, I cut 3 of the smallest blossoms, 3 of the second largest, 3 of the third largest, 2 of the fourth largest and 1 of the 5th largest blossoms for my flowers. I also cut the title So Cute on my Silhouette Cameo. Next I did the inking.
After I completed all of the inking it was time to assemble my layout, I always as a rule of thumb do not adhere any of my elements until I am sure they are arranged exactly as I want them. So when I assembled this layout I adhered all of the separate pieces first, then placed them on the page and moved them around until I was happy with the placement, then I adhered them to the page.
I really like the dimension that the inking gave the flowers, it really made them pop!
I hope you enjoyed my project this week, until next time Thanks and Happy Scrappin,