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Double layout with The Simple Things Collection | Susi Becerra

Double layout with The Simple Things Collection | Susi Becerra

21 May 2024 0 Comments

Hello everyone!, Susi here again on the Pinkfresh Studio blog with a new project using the beautiful The Simple Things Collection. Today's theme is daisies, one of my favourite flowers and the patterned paper (Celebrate today) decorated with those giant daises  simply had to bring a layout to life, in my case, two layouts. YAY! i made a double layout!

Let's get started. 

 

For this project, we will be doing a lot of fussy cutting, so let's begin by cutting out the large daisies from the Celebrate today paper .We will need five daisies. Next, cut a piece of white cardstock to 12"w x 7"h , and also cut two pieces from Life is sweet (side B) paper to 12"w x 3"h. 

Attach these pieces to the top and bottom of the white cardstock to form our base of the layout, which will measure 12x12inches. I used a sewing machine to add texture to the base, but you can simply use double-sided tape or liquid glue.

 

 

Then, I selected various pieces from the Journaling Bits pack and arranged them in layer under the photo. To create different levels, use 3D foam to add dimension to your project.

Now it's time to cut the small daisies from the Specks of happiness paper. 

I used ten, so be patient! I also used small elements from the Cardstock Stickers, Ephemera Pack, and Puffy Stickers to decorate the photo and the  layout.

 

For the title, I used "In the moment" from the Puffy Title Stickers and finally I used the Mini Puffy Alphas to create subtitles. 

 

Let's add the finishing touches to the layout with the gorgeous puffy stickers and some enamel dots. 

 

 

Initially, I didn't plan to create a double layout but near the end  inspiration struck. The half daisy on the right side of the photo needed its other half, which led to the creation of the second layout. The layout scheme is exactly the same as the first one. It's simply a matter of reversing the elements, so what is on the right in the first layout moves to the left in the second, and what is on top moves to the bottom. This way, the two layouts connect harmoniously. 

 

 

I hope you enjoyed this project. Thanks for stopping by and have a good day! See you next time!

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