Hello everyone! It's Adrienne here today sharing two layouts I created using the Felicity and Life Noted Collections. My daughter turned 7 last month and the beautiful papers and embellishments from the Felicity Collection were perfect for documenting one of my favorite photos of her from that day!
I pulled colors from my photo for my overall color scheme and used a big butterfly cut file as the main element of my page. I backed the cut file with some yellow card stock so the silver glitter paper would stand out better. I also used a fine-tipped black marker to trace around the butterflies to give it even more contrast and to coordinate with the "seven" foam letter stickers I used for part of my title.
I placed the photo of my daughter near the bottom right-hand corner of my page and added several of the Felicity Word and Phrase Stickers in a vertical line down the colored bars of the patterned paper.
I used a few of the Felicity die cut shapes, color block wood veneer stickers, and some bright pink puffy sequin stickers to embellish my layout and to help coordinate with my color scheme.
For this next layout, I kept my design more modern and graphic and I used the Life Noted Collection...
I started this page by placing four of the Life Noted Acetate Die Cut Words around my photo and cutting the background paper diagonally down the middle. I layered the diagonal piece on another piece of patterned paper from the collection and cut apart strips from the square tiles/grid patterned paper piece and placed them in a stacking pattern connecting them to my original piece of paper.
I added some of the Wood Foil Stickers, as well as a few of the Foiled Epoxy Stickers from the Life Noted Collection, and placed them on some of the square tiles for added dimension and contrast.
I finished my page with some typed journaling and placed it in one of the Foiled Epoxy Sticker frames and added a few ink blots with some navy spray ink.
I really love how each collection is so versatile and can be used for any type of scrappy style or project. Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful day!