Layouts for Scrap4Less
I was going through the pictures in my Media Library for this blog and discovered a bunch of pictures of projects that I had not shared yet. So, I figured, I should take the time to share them! I did put the effort in to them, didn’t I, so why not!?
This first set of pictures was of pages I designed for Scrap4Less, a store and crop group that meets every 2nd Friday of the month and the following Saturday. The lady in charge asked me to take papers and design pages. I have showcased one other set months ago and figured I would show you the rest!
The paper is My Mind’s Eye. I have no idea anymore of the name of it. (if I figure it out, I will add it) I know she still has these papers and would be happy to sell them if you came shopping! You can click on the Scrap4Less and it will take you to her site.
I really had fun with this very blingy paper, but be forewarned…I had glitter everywhere for a while. The larger picture was a layout where I used layers of squares. I cut a large square out of the main paper, then put another paper behind it. Then I cut 2 smaller squares out of the cut piece in graduated sizes. I pop dotted the middle square and put black on the smallest one to put a picture on. She wanted no pictures on the layouts, but this would be perfect for wedding or a formal night! I really like how it turned out! I added some of the stickers that came with the set of papers.
The next page, with the calendar look, was a fun one, too. I wanted to keep as many of the numbers uncovered as I could. and used a collage of pictures and stickers to give it the color blocking look. The ‘Love’ was a sticker and I put it on black figuring it could house a picture there sliding it under the word before sticking it down.
The page with the banner was fairly simple because the main embellishment was already on the page. So I created around it! I “hung” the banner with a piece of hemp string and then used the sticker banner pieces over it. Then a few pieces of scrap paper cut with banner ends and put sideways under the pictures with a sentiment was all it needed. The paper was glittery and didn’t need anything fancy with it.
I trust you like it! Happy crafting!