Monochromatic White Layout for Kerri Bradford

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Before our stuff gets packed away and shipped across the ocean I am trying to get all my scrappy assignments taken care of so I will have some things to share in the interim! First up, my June layout for the Kerri Bradford design team!
 DESCRIPTION: This is one of those rare layouts where I began without something in mind. It all started with the dahlia background and went from there.
JOURNALING SAYS: I don't know if I've ever seen you as happy as in this moment at the beach in Nice!
HOW TO: Die cut the dahlia background from scratch cardstock and use it as a stencil along with modeling paste to create a texture on a white cardstock background. Die cut "bloom" from smooth white cardstock and adhere it near the bottom. Punch butterflies from cardstock and machine stitch through the centers. Paint three wood veneer butterflies white. Die cut a larger butterfly from vellum and hand stitch the details (trim it in half). Layer a black & white photo over doilies and tags above the title then adhere all the butterflies above and below. Accent with ribbons, a button, pearl stickpins, and a typed caption. Write the journaling on a small doily and finish the title with Thickers.
SUPPLIES: Cut files ("bloom", butterfly, dahlia background): Kerri Bradford; Cardstock, vellum, adhesive, Thickers: American Crafts; Butterfly punches: American Crafts, Fiskars, Martha Stewart Crafts; Sequins, stickpins, button, ribbons, wood veneer butterflies: Craft supply; Doilies: Wilton; Sewing machine: Brother; Thread: Coats & Clark; Typewriter: Typecast by WeRMemory Keepers; Die cut machine: Silhouette Cameo; Modeling paste: Liquitex
I love making monochromatic pages and even mini albums because it's all about the TEXTURE!!


  1. Wowwwwwwwwwwwwwww! Even though it is all one color, it packs all the goodness!!!!!!!!! I loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Wow this is so beautiful! Completely different from your usual style but still completely you!

  3. This is absolutely stunning, Paige! Wow!

  4. I don’t know what your goal is as a scrapbook page designer, but if it is to inspire, you are nailing it. I saw this page over a month ago and I had it in mind when I later saw a page you made a ton of snowflakes. I thought making an all white page about snow would be perfect! You are so creative… Thank you for the inspiration! (I wish I could share a picture of my finished product with you… But no attachments here.). :)


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