Hello Crafters! Dawn here again to share a quick layout using the "In-love" collection kit by Webster's Pages. The collection title is so fitting for these papers because I'm in love with them.
Lets get to a few details:
For the base layer I Cut a 4 3/8 x 12 piece from the green music note paper and a 1/4 x 12 strip from the dark brown music note paper. Using the Martha Stewart scor board I created a quilted pattern on the Green paper. I scored at each inch mark but you can make yours any size. (tutorial to come!)
After stitching a 1/4 border I began layering my photos and elements to accent. One of my favorite things about Webster's Pages is on the back side of all their papers where they print the sheets information is a great border strip. I love to use these as part of my layouts. You can see a hint of one of those pieces just under my lower photo.
Now a few close-ups and brief descriptions.
I cut several leaves using the five smallest dies in the Spellbinders Foliage Two set.
For this layout I used a scrap piece I had from Websters ParkDrive collection. The large flower is from Petaloo.
The the green flower is a loose Prima blossom from my stash and the center from the Websters orange sunburst trim. Using a 5 petal flower punch I created accenting roses (future tutorial). The pearl trim is part of the collection pack. Large pearl is from the misc. embellishments in the scrapadabadoo store.
The branches are from the Spellbinders Cherry Blossom set. The photo corner is from the Lifestyle crafts corner it kit.
Using a piece of burlap I stamped the sentiment from the 7gypsies "journey" collection and fringed the edges. I adheared using scor tape and simple used a black Micron pen and added the fuex stitching to matched the backgrund.
I also added tiny pearls to all the intersections of the green quilted pattern.
OK so Lets take another look at the finished layout.
Hope you enjoyed this quick breakdown of the layout!
Stay tuned for a future post as I will give detailed information on the quilted pattern and the accenting rose.
Have a Happy Crafty Day!
Dawn / Scrapadabadoo!