Hello everyone. Enza here to share a new layout with you today using the Reflection Scrapbook Collection. Inspiration can come from a variety of sources. Sometimes it is a pattern, other times it might be a color or shape. Cut files are one of the tools I often turn to when I need a little bit of a creative boost. Floral images, especially, are some of my favorites.
Hi, I’m so excited to share another layout with everyone here. I haven’t done a one-photo layout in a while, so I decided to use this photo from past Mother’s Day. Although I love this photo, I’m not too crazy about the bushes and trees in the background. But I decided I would work with the photo with repetitive stamping of one of the stems from the Tulip stamp set using the Frayed Leaf and Forest Glades Crisp Inks.
Also using the Frayed Leaf Crisp Ink and water, I created a smooshing effect on my background before I started my stamping. Then I added some of the sentiment stamps from the Tulip set to complete my background. I used watercolor paper since I used so much water. Next, I trimmed it down to 8.25×10.75 to adhere to the Navy 8.5 x 11 cardstock.
I used the same Navy cardstock to gold emboss the Painted Butterflies. I love the contrast the navy cardstock creates against the pale green background. And the gold is just so elegant against it. Next, I gold embossed the Spring Daisy flowers and leaves and watercolored them with Blush and Peach Perfect Crisp Inks. Then used the matching dies to cut those out. With my stamped and inked background and the stamped images, I didn’t need to add any pattern paper. The stamping created enough texture and color!
You can watch the HD video here or below for how the layout came together. Thank you for letting me share!
Hello, Altenew fans~ It’s Eunyoung here. Today I’m sharing my first scrapbook layout and process video. I created a dreamy feeling layout with Painted Butterflies stamp set and Baby Zoo stamp set . After I stamped the images of butterfly and elephant on white cardstock with Crisp dye inks, die cut the stamped images with each coordinating die set.
I love to use the silhouette of butterfly or animals for a layout. Because it gives me a special feeling. I can say it makes me a girl in fairy tale. 🙂 So I can’t resist Painted Butterflies and Baby Zoo stamp set!! They are so lovely & perfect!!! Can you resist them?? I already know your answer. 🙂
This photo was taken by my friend when we went on an outing to Han River. I asked her to take my hands holding a flower. I’ve kept a diary since I was 13 years old and it’s been a big part of my daily life. Now scrapbooking is a new visible and colorful diary to me. I think ordinary moments turn into wonderful moments through the lense. 🙂 It’s like a magic.
Maybe you are able to know my favorite colors or feelings from this layout. I like soft & bright color in my layouts, I usually create a simple page with one focal point that accents the photo. I stamped the butterfly images in three different colors of Crisp dye inks. ( Soft Lilac Crisp Dye Ink , Cotton Candy Crisp Dye Ink , Frosty Pink Crisp Dye Ink ) I used 5 Crisp dye inks on the images (including black colored butterfly silhouette and Caribbean Sky Crisp Dye Ink for an elephant image), but it is not too busy. It is because the colors are soft and light.
You can see the details through my step-by step video.
I hope you’ll enjoy it. Thank you.