Hi Creative Friends,
I hope you all have a creative weekend ahead planned. I’m up on the CUT to YOU blog today with a new share, a sweet page that features my hubby and daughter. This photo was actually taken very recently on a family lunch for my recent birthday. Part of my birthday gift request was a quick family photoshoot so you’re sure to be seeing more of these photos in upcoming projects.
The design of the page for this one started with the cut file – this one is called ‘Floral Bouquet Set‘. This was released recently and being the floral lover than I am, I just had to use it! I’ve cut it out quite large as I had planned for it to be the main element of my page and then went about backing it. I’ve gone with quite plain pattern papers and blocked the colour on the leaves and petals.
With that done, I then just went about positioning the cut file and my photos on the page. I was really keen to get both photos on this one, something I don’t do a lot and would like to do more! I love how they both tell the story of their sweet relationship. I just kept shuffling things around until I was happy with the position of everything.
I’ve positioned the bottom cut file (the largest one) flat on to my background and then raised on foam the second cut file piece. I love how I now have beautiful layers in my cut file and lots of details on my page.
I’ve also raised the photos up with some foam for added dimension.
Next, I’ve added in my title. I wanted to pull a pop of black from the photos into my embellishment features and found this chipboard word ‘sweet’ in black that was perfect. I also found a bold white and black word ‘love’ so my title has become ‘Sweet Love’. This is one of the things I really love about working with cut files, you can pull older embellishments from your stash that are not quite enough to make a page and stretch them into a full layout. The cut file pulls the few extra elements together.
I’ve also pulled from my stash some sweet puffy hearts, some photo corners, and a soft pink bow. I’ve also used some Epoxy Flairs from Scrappin Happy Studio and I just love how they finish off the page. I love this sweet page and it actually came together pretty fast, so I hope it inspires you in some way and as always, I really do love seeing what you make so please keep sharing your projects with me!
Thanks for popping by today,
Until next time,