Rolled Flowers Layout by Audrey Mutschall

Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Hello friends! Audrey Mutschall here with a new layout featuring Blooming Wild and lots and lots of flowers! I’ve used Paige's Rolled Flowers and a Layered Flower to create this bright and vibrant page.
The inspiration for this layout came from floral striped Paper 23. I hadn’t used this paper yet and I thought it would look really pretty with Rolled Flowers in matching colors. I cut the paper in half on the diagonal and pierced holes along the border of each stripe. I back-stitched along each stripe with coordinating colors of embroidery floss. With that complete, I glued the patterned paper to a piece of white cardstock and splattered watercolors over it to finish the background. Next came the fun part - cutting out and rolling flowers! I selected patterned papers from the 12x12 Paper Pad to coordinate with each of the stripes in Paper 23. I cut out flowers, rolled them up, and hot-glued them to prevent them from unraveling. I thought they’d stand out more if they were placed onto white petals, so I used Paige’s Layered Flower cut file to cut a whole bunch of flowers in different sizes from white cardstock. I doubled these up and glued the rolled flowers on top. I arranged the flowers onto the stripes, overlapping and staggering them to align with matching colors. I tucked my photo underneath the flowers and then glued them down. My photo is embellished with a piece of plaid Paper 24 and a Journaling Card, a Chipboard Sticker, and a sticker tag from the 8-Page Sticker Book. Lastly, I added fussy cut butterflies from Paper 16 in a few places - I just love those butterflies so much, I use them on almost every layout I make!
I hope this inspires you to try making Rolled Flowers! They are so simple to make and they turn out really pretty. In fact, once you start making them, you won’t want to stop!
SUPPLIES: Patterned papers, stickers, die cuts, embellishments: BLOOMING WILDwhite cardstock; watercolors; Cut files: Rolled Flowers and Layered Flower by Paige Evans

Post a Comment

Paige Taylor Evans © // Quinn Creatives DESIGN