Layered Flowers & Leaves Layout


Wednesday, March 13, 2019

I have a new layout to share today made for the Silhouette Blog showing how to use my Layered Flower & Leaves cut file to create a colorful and dimensional background! Bring on Spring!
16Sweet Girl by Paige Evans
Check out the process video to see how this layout came together:

I started by creating seven layered flowers and about nine leaves from American Crafts cardstock. I used five different shades of the same color cardstock to create each flower and I made a yellow, light pink, aqua, purple, blue, dark pink, and orange flower.
 After creating the flowers (I pinched all the petals and leaves to make them more realistic looking) I chose a cream cardstock for the background and adhered them in place. I tucked the leaves underneath the flowers using glue dots.

Since the background was so colorful and busy, I didn't add much else, only a photo and a few sentiments made with my Whimsical collection such as a Chipboard Sticker, a title made with the colorful Foam Mini Thickers, and a sentiment trimmed from a 2x2 Paper Pad. I layered these down the right edge of the photo and called the layout finished!

I do need to go in and add journaling, but I just couldn't figure out where to add it at the time. Perhaps on the left edge, maybe tucked under the photo so it's hidden... we shall see!

I hope you are inspired to check out the Layered Flower & Leaves cut file and create beautiful things with it! Not just for scrapbook layouts but also home decor, cards, even mini albums!
 Thanks so much for stopping by today, have a good one!
SUPPLIES: WHIMSICALFoam Mini ThickersChipboard Stickers2x2 Paper Pads; Die cut machine: Silhouette Cameo 3; Cut file: Layered Flower & Leaves by Paige Evans

1 comment

  1. Wow wow wow WOW!!!! This is gorgeous! LOVING those beautiful flowers and loveeeeee that sweet photo of Miss Jane!!!!!

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