Welcome to the Lawn Fawn February Inspiration Week!
Today the Lawn Fawn Design Team is showcasing the brand new Perfectly Plaid Rainbow Patterned Paper Collection. The perfectly plaid patterned paper collections have been super popular for Lawn Fawn and now they've added a gorgeous springtime collection to the mix! Yay! I'm sharing a scrapbook page layout featuring not only the new Perfectly Plaid Rainbow Patterned Papers but the 12x12 background was created with a 12x12 Watercolor Wishes patterned paper, I used the Scripty Happy Die for my title and incorporated the Stitched Square Frames Dies and Flower Powder Dies for elements on my page!
Figuring out the placement of my photos is always where I start. Because these were all 4x6 photos (taken before the days where I had a digital camera), I decided to crop my photos and frame them up with the Stitched Square Frames Dies. I die cut several frames from smooth white cardstock and laid them out on a 12x12 Watercolor Wishes patterned paper. Once I was happy with the placement, I printed my journaling using a wide format printer (I use the Epson Stylus Photo R2000 Printer), then I cropped my photos and adhered them to the page, with the photos behind some of the frames. To make the frames "dimensional", I die cut three frames for each and stacked them one on top of another. For the "open" frames, I die cut 6x6 Perfectly Plaid Rainbow Patterned Paper and inlaid it in the open squares.
For the flower embellishments I die cut Perfectly Plaid Rainbow Patterned Papers and vellum with the Flower Powder Dies, layered the florals and stitched them together with matching buttons before securing them to my page with a strong adhesive. Leaves were tucked among the flowers to finish the flower embellishments.
For my title, I placed Stick It on both sides of a piece of Fun Foam and then removed the backing paper from one side, replacing it with a Perfectly Plaid Rainbow Patterned Paper and die cutting the Scripty Happy Die from the layers. The dimensional title was adhered to the layout as shown.
The layout is finished with a scattering of enamel dots, wood veneer shapes and sticker phrases from my stash (all old stuff! lol).
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To watch the creation of this scrapbook layout from start to finish, click HERE or watch below:
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More projects featuring the new release: