You Are Loved Layout

Sunday, October 6, 2019

Here is the other layout I taught how to make at the Rocky Mountain Crop by NOCO Crop Stop yesterday featuring supplies from my Truly Grateful collection!
Start with Paper 14 which has the 36 squares of patterns. Trim them into strips of three squares and then fold the strips up accordion style so they are three squares layered together. Trace a slightly smaller than 2" circle onto the top square of each of the 12 piles of squares. Cut out the circles (so you're cutting out three circles at a time). By layering the squares into piles of three you'll be able to cut out all the circles three times as fast as one at a time :) Just trying to save time lol!

Fold the circles over a die cut cardstock square that's just barely smaller than the inside of the circle, and fold over the four flaps. Trim a 4" photo into a diamond and place it on the painterly purple B-side of Paper 15. Trim off the floral patterned barcode strip from Paper 15 and adhere it to the top edge of the background. Trim off the leafy patterned barcode strip from Paper 10 and adhere it to the bottom edge. Arrange the folded circles around the photo to create a fun and unique, dimensional, geometric design as shown.

Trim two flowers from the Ephemera Die Cuts in half and tuck them around the edges. Place "YOU ARE" and "Loved" Epoxy Stickers at the top for the title. Sprinkle butterflies from the Ephemera Die CutsEpoxy Stickers, and Puffy Stickers as shown. Adhere clear sequins around the background for little pops of sparkle & shine. Finish by journaling with a dark blue pen at the bottom of the layout.

I hope this layout inspires you to create some folded paper circles using Truly Grateful!

SUPPLIES: Patterned paper, die cuts, stickers, sequins, embellishments: TRULY GRATEFUL


  1. This is sooooooooooo GORGEOUS! LOVING those squares, the dimension on them and that ADORABLE photo of Miss Jane!!!!!!

  2. So what size is the square that you used? Also, can you use a 2 inch punch to cut the circles?

    1. I used a 1.848" circle and 1.257" square, I designed them in Silhouette but a 2" circle punch and square that fits inside that circle would work just as well!


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