Inspration is everywhere! From Pinterest to galleries to advertisements found in magazines and more! This week we'll show you how our creative team has turned bits of inspiration into scrapbooking projects! Paige Evans (Blog: Paige Evans | Instagram: @paigetaylorevans | Pinterest: @paigeevans | Twitter: @PaigeTEvans) is up to bat first:
Supplies: 6×6 Paper Pads (368160, 366214, 366767, 35990, 35827, 35658), Shimelle (368164) – Phrase & Alphabet Stickers, Shimelle (368167) – Cork Stickers, Shimelle (368166) – Small Sticker Book, Shimelle (368173) – Ephemera Die Cuts, Shimelle (368175) – Wood Veneer Shapes, Shimelle (368180) – 3 Piece Pen Set; Other: Die cut machine: Silhouette Cameo, Flower and Leaf cut files by Kim Stewart for Studio Calico; Leaf cut files – Silhouette Online Store, Mr. Huey's watercolors
How to: Watercolor a white cardstock sheet then let it dry and die cut flowers and leaves from it. Punch 2" squares from patterned paper then die cut small leaves from the squares; stitch details on each leaf. Paint over a doily mask on a gray cardstock layout base using white paint, remove the doily mask, then let it dry. Layer a pair of photos in the center of the layout then tuck and layer the leaves and flowers under the photos. Add wood veneer accents, stickers, a cork sentiment, and journal above, below, and on the photos.
We're just getting started! Loads more inspiring projects coming the rest of this week!