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Sprawling Vine Scrapbook Layout

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Learn how to scrapbook a layout that focuses on innovative design layouts. The Sprawling Vine Scrapbook Layout draws the eye around the page in the unique way the the elements have been laid out. Prima flowers, lace, ribbon, chipboard and more create a detailed design that is beautiful and captivating. The sentiment is perfect for scrapbooking about a daughter or niece. Use the tips offered in this tutorial and apply them to scrapbook page layout ideas for years to come.

Sprawling Vine Scrapbook Layout

Materials from Prima:

  •     843540 - Printery Collection - Love Ledger
  •     843526 - Printery Collection - Page Four
  •     843557 - Printery Collection - Folio
  •     843519 - Printery Collection - Signature
  •     551247 - Printery Chipboard Pieces
  •     890742 - Shabby Chic Resin Treasures
  •     544225 - Alphabet Chipboard - Black
  •     543761 - Orchard Mix - Dewdrop
  •     538637 - Fairytale Roses
  •     539504 - Primrosa
  •     538675 - Cameo Roses
  •     540456 - Mulberry Rose Leaves
  •     545482 - Alencon Lace
  •     Prima Velvet Ribbon
  •     Special  Edition Gypsophillia, Small Roses and White natural flowers

Other Materials:

  •     Martha Stewart Around the Page Punch
  •     Tim Holts Distress Ink - Walnut Stain
  •     Ranger Glossy Accents
  •     Distress Ink Tool
  •     Tattered Angels Chalkboard Glimmermist - Cotton Candy

Instructions:


1. Carefully cut around the patterned paper and trim it back as shown on the LH side, so that it can sit above other elements on your page. The new Prima Craft Knife is perfect for this step.

Sprawling Vine Scrapbook Layout

2.  Use the Martha Stewart around the page punch to create a decorative edge around your page. Ink edges and stick down onto the black paper.

3.  From the paper that has several distinct areas on it, cut out the long black damask floral part. Punch across the top edge. Ink edges.

4. Cut a strip from the cream left over part of the paper the first cut out came from and punch across one side. Ink edges and stick down as shown below.

5. Add the two layers of ribbon as shown.

Sprawling Vine Scrapbook Layout

6. Arrange the handcut edge and the strip across the page and stick down.

7. Cut another section from the patterned paper, the bordered ledger part. Ink edges and stick down just above the top of the punched edge.

Sprawling Vine Scrapbook Layout

8. Glimmermist 2 small roses and one of the white flowers to the delicate pink colour.

9. Add your photos, chipboard and floral embellishments and finally your title to finish off the page.  I have printed part of the title onto transparency, cut around it and stuck down with Ranger Glossy Accents.  I used Porcelain font downloaded from the internet.

Sprawling Vine Scrapbook Layout

By placing the emphasis on the large deep pink flower, deep pink velvet ribbon and the deep pink in the colour photograph, a trio of accents has been created to make the whole page pop.

Sprawling Vine Scrapbook Layout

Sizing of flowers is crucial in making a floral cluster work effectively.  Always start with your largest flower/s and work downward in size from there, adding small sprays and leaves as the last touch as this is the best way to ensure balance  in both design and color composition to the cluster.

Sprawling Vine Scrapbook Layout

The small cluster provides balance to the larger cluster and also helps in creating part of a visual triangle in the design of the LO.

Sprawling Vine Scrapbook Layout

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