I love flowers! They are honestly in my top five favorite things that make me happy, so why not cover your scrapbook pages with flowers and bring a little bit of that happiness to your pages as well!
There are an endless amount of ways to combine flowers and floral patterns together on one single project. My number one rule for combining flowers is to remember that opposites attract: large or small, black or white, bright or pastel, busy or clean and simple. The rule of opposites will always help in your design process when mixing any type of florals.
A Little Shy by Chloe Nielsen
Supplies: Paper: Cosmo Cricket, Cardstock: Bazzill Basics, Alphabet Stickers: American Crafts, Carolee’s Creations, Tags: My Mind’s Eye, Buttons: Lil’ Red Rocket (Etsy), Bling: Kaisercraft, Sketch: Stuck Sketches, Other: ribbon, lace, felt, brads, doilies, beads, tape.
Design Notes: Scrunch paper tape while sticking it down for added texture.
Journaling: Cherish Fun Times
Pretty Girl by Sarah Mullanix
Supplies: Paper, Chipboard, Stickers, Die Cuts: Best Creation, Cardstock: Momenta, Alphabet Stickers: American Crafts, Best Creation, Bling: Studio18, Ink: Stampabilites, Pen: EK Success, Fonts: Times New Roman, Other: lace. Tools: Punch, Border Punch: EK Success, Stamp: Stampabilities.
Design Notes: I used a full 12x12 sheet of die cut patterned paper and just cut the edges off the top and bottom to frame the tops and bottoms of my photos.
Journaling: Emmy looked so beautiful and content as she played in the field full of dandelions.
I Heart You by Beth Hallgren
Supplies: Paper: We R Memory Keepers, Cardstock: Bazzill Basics, Alphabet Stickers: American Crafts, Brads: Imaginisce, Ink: Tsukineko, Pen: Sakura. Tools: Acrylic Stamp: Autumn Leaves.
Design Notes: I used a three product challenge from my local scrapbook store to create this layout.
Journaling: I Heart You…because you are smart, kind, polite, loyal, honest, talented, compassionate, sweet, confident, inquisitive, affectionate, and most of all more!