Today, Yesterday, Tomorrow Romantic Scrapbook Layout


Today, Yesterday, Tomorrow Romantic Scrapbook Layout

Romantic layouts don't need to be just for Valentine's Day or weddings! Create a timeless layout for your love with the Today, Yesterday, Tomorrow Romantic Scrapbook Layout. This gorgeous scrapbook page layout will look pretty in any scrapbook or as a framed gift. If you need a gift for your significant other, this is a wonderful way to show you care. Use beautiful 3D embellishments and flowers from Prima to achieve this look. Celebrate love all the time with a beautiful commemorative craft.

Today, Yesterday, Tomorrow Romantic Scrapbook Layout

Materials from Prima:

  • Rondelle Cottilion
  • Almanac Collection A4 Paper Pad
  • Romance Novel
  • Eminence Collection
  • Vintage Rusty Keys
  • Alencon Collection
  • Imagenne Stamp Set - Londonerry
  • Comfort Craft Chalk Edger ink -Old Rose
  • Donna Downey Mask Poppies and Peonies
  • Comfort Craft Distressing Tool

Other Materials:

  • Chalkboard Mist
  • Molding paste
  • Heat Tool
  • Hot glue Gun
  • Vellum Paper
  • Stazon Black


  1. Use Rondelle-Cotillion as your base. Randomly on the left side, stamp "her Beauty her smile her love" stamp with chalk ink in old pink. Adhere in the middle-left a half plastic doily from a flowers packaging. Use a palette knife to apply molding paste to the poppies mask on the top and the bottom of the doily. Let dry or use your heat tool.
  2. Select and cut various pieces from Almanac A4 paper pad: victorian writing, polaroid frame, label, "je t'aime", "today yesterday tomorrow". Then cut a swirl from Rondelle-Pavanne, the others from Prima free downloading. Distress a few pieces. Adhere them as shown.
  3. Insert 2 banners on the ring key. Set a small piece of lace around it. Adhere the ring key with a hot glue gun.
  4. Spray the heart of the flower with water and then with pink ink. Use heat tool to dry it. Adhere the flower. Stamp 2 small butterflies and 1 large butterfly onto vellum paper. Cut these out and adhere them.
  5. To finish, with a palette knife add some gesso lightly. Add pink ink on the flower's left and photo's right. Adhere your photo and title.

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