It’s been a while since I’ve shared one of my scrapbooking layouts with you, and I’m pleased to share with you one I made a few months ago featuring the Masterfully Made Suite, paired with the Paper Florist Dies.
I know it’s flowers on flowers, but I quite liked the watercolor – y flowers in the background, and the larger, more solid flowers on the wreath as a combination. The wreath flowers and leaves are mainly from the Paper Florist dies, with the wispy white leaf from the Gorgeously Made die set.
I just adore the Paper Florist dies, and hope they stick around for a long time. They are quite easy; just layer up the pieces to create hundreds of possibilities!
You can’t really see it, but I also used the Deckled Circle dies to create a large ring. This gave me a guideline for where to place the flowers and leaves, rather than hoping it turned out circular. Which it would not have!
One of the things I’m most proud of from this layout is the very efficient use of the printed paper. This second page uses the two leftover strips from cutting the three strips for the first page. Can you see how I did it?
I quite like this effect, and will likely use it again soon. That really great notebook edge die is also from the Gorgeously Made die set, and so very useful with all sorts of other images you may already have, too.
I created just a partial wreath, or a little spray, of flowers to coordinate some of the detail from the first page with the second page.
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