Hi there crafty friends,
I'm back today with a new layout I created for the Paige Evans + Silhouette Design Team.
I chose the "Flower 12 Petals" cut file (ID #216690) and the Turn the Page collection for this one.
I went with a very simple design and blew up my cut file, something I do very often. Then I cut the flower from white textured card stock. I was a little bit stuck at this point because I had no idea how to back this file! I didn't know if I should back every single little piece with different patterned papers or do something else.
In the end I decided to use only 3 different papers and back the biggest petals. Now this was a bit tricky because after a while the petals should be tucked under the previously attached ones. Not sure if there's an easier way, but probably ha! I generally over complicate things!
I wrote my journaling on one of the journaling spots and attached it to the left bottom side of my page. As a final step I added some blue ink spatters.
I hope you like how this turned out!
Thank you for stopping by today!
Until next time,
SUPPLY LIST: Pink Paislee/Paige Evans Turn the Page collection: patterned papers, ephemera pack, wood veneers, stickers, journaling spots
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