My last scrapbook layout share for a little while. This post Dance to the Music will show you the other page from I Need A Hero page from the other day. You will get to see both pages together.
Dance to the Music
If you look closely enough, you can see the small crystals of salt on the background.
This double page layout was a lot of fun.
The photos are matted on Basic Black and adhered to the Watercolor Paper with Foam Adhesive Strip, thus keeping the photo away from the salt. I did give the page a good knock on the back to dislodge any salt crystals left on the Watercolor Paper.
The heading is one I had and is chipboard. I inked it liberally with Tuxedo Memento Black ink and added Rhinestones to the bottom of the tutu.
More Scrapbooking Tips
Tip No. 11
For fast page accents, simply cut out designs from patterned papers. Adhere these cut accents to your page and you’re done! Saves money too.
Tip No. 12
To add more visual interest to your flower accents, add a brad to the flower centre. And brads can help you fasten the flower to the page.
Tip No. 13
Besides brads, you can you can add a button to the flower centre. If you’re using buttons, you can even tie a knot with embroidery floss. Then add an adhesive dot to the back of the button to adhere it to your layout.
Tip No. 14
For a great page title, cut out letters from patterned paper.
Tip No. 15
For a quick page accent, print or handwrite a favourite quote on a strip of cardstock and adhere it to your page.
Tip No. 16
Customize your patterned paper by layering a piece of vellum or printed transparency over it.
Tip No. 17
For another great background, cut out tall triangles from patterned paper. Ink the edges of the cut triangles to add emphasis. Then adhere these triangles to your cardstock and you got an edgy-looking background.
Tip No. 18
Don’t have inking stamp pad to add emphasis to your edges? Use a fine-tip black pen and draw lightly on the edges to create an inked look.
Tip No. 19
Want to create a unique handwritten title? Handwrite with wide enough space between each letter. Cut out each handwritten letter and mat it on a cardstock. Be amazed by how your handwritten title will look like a unique font!
Tip No. 20
Don’t have any ribbons to add to your scrapbook layouts? Cut out strips from your lined patterned papers and adhere these faux ribbons to your pages
Dance to the Music Basics
- Watercolor Paper
- Brusho Colour Crystals
- Stampin’ Spritzer
- Basic Black card
- Tuxedo Memento Black Ink
- Rhinestone Basic Jewels
- Foam Adhesive Strip
- Choose Brusho Colour Crystals which will complement your photo
- Cut the Basic Black card about 1/4″ or 0.6 cm larger than your photo
Now, here’s a look at the double layout
Thank you for stopping by today and I hope you come back again soon to see what else I have to share.
Remember, your creativeness is only limited by your imagination. Keep smiling and until next we share…