Every scrapbook layout tells a story and as scrappers, we create pages full of memories and moments that can be shared over and over.
In this post, I’ll briefly go over the steps I took to make my layout.
I used the paper tearing tool to gently tear the edges of my patterned papers.
This technique adds dimension and a tactile quality to my layout.
I cut a tag and strips of paper roughing the edges to give a similar look to the torn pieces.
A layout is a visual storytelling medium, and what better way to tell a story than through photographs? I chose three photos, I already had a title in mind and knew that these photos were perfect! I printed one photo in 3x4" the two photos that are overlapped measure 3x2". My layout is A4 so smaller photos give a better look proportionally to my layout.
The perspextive title added a layer of dimension, drawing the eye into the photo.
To finish, I tucked fussycut butterflies behind the photos and added a few gold splatters.
Thanks for reading.