For the first page I used my Silhouette Cameo extensively to create a modern layout:
Supply list: Cardstock: American Craft; Patterned papers: Jillibean Soup, Pink Paislee; Chipboard wildflowers: Blue Fern Studios; Arrows: Freckled Fawn; Die cut background, "snap happy" card and title: Silhouette Cameo; Brad; Making Memories.
Using a background die cut in this manner allows you to use up a lot of the scraps you have in your stash. I used the Brush Script MT font to create my title and cut it in two colours to layer. I left the wildflowers chipboard raw because the layout is already so colourful.
I love this background die cut. It always turns out looking wonderful.
The second page I made has a much more "old fashioned" feel to it. The photo has been sitting on my desk for a few years and was taken at the little ones creche and has an "old fashioned" feel to it.
Supply list: Cardstock: American Craft; Patterned papers: Websters (All About Me); Flowers: Bo Bunny and Websters; Brads: Bo Bunny; Cherries: K&Co; "Blessings" title: Blue Fern Studios.
I am also one of those scrappers that love the look of Websters papers but I find it incredibly hard to use the papers because they are so busy. These papers went with the photo perfectly and I decided to cut it up and colour block the page.
I mounted the photo on blue and red cardstock. I painted the Blue Fern Studio title with red paint and then covered it in Glossy Accents. I am quite happy with how the page turned out.
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