Love Floral Layout

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Hello everyone and welcome back to a new day of inspiration using my brand new Bloom Street collection! I made this page for the Pink Paislee blog so be sure to hop on over there too!
Here is a process video to see how this layout came together from start-to-finish:

To create this layout I started with the B-side of Bloom Street which is a large LOVE title made out of flowers. I was immediately inspired by this paper and knew I wanted to use it as is (almost ;).
I grabbed a craft knife and carefully, partially trimmed around almost every flower and leaf on the paper. It took about three hours to do this because it's very fiddly, but I love the results!
After I had bent up all the flowers and leaves, I trimmed a piece of light blue cardstock to 11" square and used it to back the layout. You can see the blue cardstock peeking out from underneath all the flowers and leaves.
I printed a 2x3" photo at home with my Canon Pro-100 on Canon photo paper, trimmed it leaving a white border for contrast, and added it inside the floral "O" because it's a natural frame shape and perfect place for a picture. I added a floral bouquet Ephemera Die Cut next to the photo and created a subtitle on it to say "This Beautiful Girl" made from the Puffy Word Stickers, the bouquet die cut, and "girl" mini alpha stickers from the 4-Page Sticker Book.
Next I splashed watered down white acrylic paint across the layout and sprinkled on silver sequins from the Mixed Embellishments. For a touch of texture and interest, I used a scalloped border punch on all the edges, backed the scallops with pieces of the floral Paper 03, and stitched them in place using a sewing machine and white thread.
I hope this page inspires you to pick up my new Bloom Street collection! I love documenting everyday moments with it as well as all-things-floral :)
SUPPLIES: Patterned papers, stickers, sequins, die cuts: BLOOM STREET; Scalloped border punch: Fiskars; white acrylic paint; Printer: Canon Pro-100; Photo paper: Canonsewing machinewhite thread


  1. Using a craft knife to cut and lift the leaves and flowers is such a creative idea, and the finished layout is beautiful.

  2. This is STUNNING!! LOVING those leaves and flowers you cut out to create that title, and LOVE LOVE LOVE that adorable photo, the splashes of paint and the distressing!!!!

  3. Epic!! Just when I'm thinking I need something new in my bag of tricks, you invent it :D This is why we love creating with you Paige, you're continually designing in a way no one else does and with the most gorgeous collections in the industry. I LOVE you LOVE LO <3

  4. This is such a dynamic, immensely lovely page. I so admire the time and attention to detail you pour into your stunning creations, Paige.

    ♥ Autumn


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