Last year I got marry on a sunny summer day and today I want to share a layout about my Big Day: I used amazing paper and accents from The Robin's Nest to create this romantic layout...
This is how I made my layout and some close up.
My scrapbooking process has as first step to gather all the possible supplies I will need: I search coordinating papers, embellishments, stickers and so on and put them all together to have an idea of the mood of my layout. I always use a sketch to create a layout, I find it very helpful: I search a good one from the web and I make a small design of it to help me scrapping.
Then it begins the creative process. As background for this layout I chose the amazing Forest Trees specialty paper. Since in the center it will be covered by another paper, I cutted it away with an exacto knife to keep the remaining paper for layering my picture:
With a border punch I created a border all around the Brown On Brown glitter cardstock. Then I glued it on background paper:
I took the paper that I previously cutted away from background and randomly created some scalloped zones with the same border punch used on brown cardstock. I glued it down:
I attached my picture using foam tape to create dimension, then I added amazing Robin's Nest rubons as shown here:
As title I used this lovely Gina’ s Designs “Always” curly word chipboard: I love the rustic feeling of unpainted chipboard, so I decided to add it unpainted to keep the country feeling of my layout:
I added another great rubon with a lovely quote, just perfect for my wedding theme:
To decorate the layout I used Archival Seeds (you can use them on both sides, as I made in my layout) and Dew Drops (I LOVE dew drops, they always add that little something to each project!)
I also added some 3D stickers to add dimension:
The Robin's Nest: Pistachio archival seeds, Brown On Brown glitter cardstock, Forest Trees specialty paper, Family rubons, Time Flies rubons, Fresh Mowed Grass dew drops, Silver Bells dew drops
Paper House “Just Married” 3D stickers
Martha Stewart border punch
I hope you liked my project, thanks for stopping by today,