Hey friends! Erica with you today to share how you can use some small scraps to create a fun and eye catching page with the Let's Stay Home collection.
I took some 6x6 scraps I had cut into from the Let's Stay Home collection and cut them into two inch squares. I took some of these squares and then cut them into triangles. I roughed up all the edges of the cut pieces and began to lay them out onto my white cardstock background. I knew I wanted all the squares to go along the bottom of the page and showcase the pretty patterns and colors in this collection. I started by laying out triangles along the bottom of the page and then went in with the squares and just worked my way up to around the center of the page.
Once all my pieces were laid out I cut out a strip of house from the Around the Hood 12x12 paper. I fussy cut around the house and added it to my page where the squares ended.
I tucked in a photo of two of my boys cuddling together and it is just the sweetest photo! These two are the closest in age of all the kids and the both have their binkys. It is just the cutest photo.
I fussy cut a rainbow out of one of the cut apart cards in the Hold On 12x12 paper and used it as part of my scene around my photo. I tucked in a few embellishments around the photo and around the houses. I just love how it turned out. For my title I used the Sleeping in die cut found in the Let's Stay Home ephemera pack. Here is a look at my completed layout!
Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you found some inspiration on how to use up some paper scraps on your project. Make sure to visit the Pinkfresh Studio Facebook group for even more inspiration.