Science Museum Layout by Kim Jeffress

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Hi everyone! It's Kim here, welcome back to Paige’s blog. I don't know about you but I just adore story telling. And what I love more is telling my stories through photos and words. Lots of photos are even better! Sometimes all those photos are hard to get on one page so today I want to share a double page layout. The star of the show is of course the Nucleus cut file which I cut full size with some white cardstock using my Silhouette Cameo.
The left hand side sets the scene with a single photo, the Nucleus cut file, title, and journaling, while the right hand side tells the details with lots of supporting photos that are displayed in a grid style design.

I began with a piece of white cardstock and then trimmed that stunning striped Paper 16 from the Whimsical collection as my base. I then added vellum behind the Nucleus, popped it up with pop dots, and adhered it to my page. I added my photo, an Ephemera Die Cut, the title using the Foam Mini Thickers, and Stickers and Enamel Shapes in and around my photo. I also added a hand stitched arrow at the top of my layout to lead the viewer's eye to the right hand side.

I printed off my photos at 3" square and added them into a grid design on another piece of white cardstock. I then trimmed papers from the 6x6 Paper Pad into 3" squares and added them into my design. I added Chipboard StickersStickers, and even one of the cute Butterfly Charms to embellish each square of patterned paper. I used my corner rounder on one of the papers from the 2x2 Paper Pads and attached it to one of the squares.

I cant wait to use the amazing Whimsical collection again for my next layout, it is just too much fun!

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1 comment

  1. This is JUST AWESOME and the perfect way to share this memory!!!!!!


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