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Flowers Week!

Flowers

Flowers are one of the most used, loved, and beautiful pieces of scrapbooking and this week we'll share lots of fun and unique ways to incorporate these lovely bits of pretty! First is a layout by Paige Evans (Blog: Paige Evans | Instagram: @paigetaylorevans | Pinterest: @paigeevans)

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Fine & Dandy by Paige Evans
Supplies: White (71081) – 12×12 Cardstock, Fabulous Fun (370061), Hooray (370068), Fine & Dandy (370072), Happy Day (370081) – Fine & Dandy Specialty Paper, 12×12 Paper Pad (370084) – Fine & Dandy, Thickers (370087) – Accents & Phrases, Cardstock Shapes (370099), Acrylic Shapes (370095), Paperclips (370103), Gold Rimmed Tags (370109) – Fine & Dandy, Floral Metal Dies (683713) – Maggie Holmes Confetti, .01 Precision Pen (62301)

How to: Die cut 24 of each flower and leaf piece from the Dear Lizzy Fine & Dandy collection then assemble the flowers. I used hot glue to stick everything together and then bent up the edges for dimension.

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Then on a white cardstock background, find the center of the layout and place a photo in the middle. Use watercolors to make eight big painted circles around the photo then adhere the flowers on top. Yes, I made way too many flowers for this layout – that just means I have extras for future projects! Write journaling with a black pen on a black/white striped round tag then tuck it under the bottom right side of the photo. Place a "Fine & Dandy" banner die cut under the top edge of the photo for the title then embellish with a number paper clip and chipboard heart sticker. Done and done!

Fine & Dandy Detail by Paige Evans

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Do you have a favorite kind of flower? Let us know in the comments below! One lucky winner will receive an American Crafts prize pack – we'll announce the winner on Friday May 29th 2915. Good luck!