Other Products: Cardstock (white, brown), Wood Embellishments, Ink- Stampin' Up (Crushed Curry, Early Espresso) Versa Color (Opera Pink) Ranger Archival (Jet Black), Chameleon Pens (BR2, GR1, YG3, GR4, YO2), Spectrum Noir (Crystal Clear), May Arts Ribbon (Yellow Burlap String), Hot Glue, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L (3D Foam Squares 1/2", White Photo Corners, Thin 3D Foam Squares 1/2", EZ Runner Grand)
Instructions: Click here for a closeup view of this layout I chose the green patterned wreath background as the base of my layout. Cut 2 squares from the red patterned paper that are 2 x 2", then cut them in half diagonally. Cut 2 squares from the yellow patterned paper that are 1 1/4 x 1 1/4", then cut them in half diagonally. Adhere these layers together and adhere to the corners of the layout using 3D foam tape. Add the wood embellishments to each.
Cut a piece of the light red patterned paper that is 2 x 8", and adhere through the middle of the layout. Find and cut out the dark blue large tag, and the small teal journal block. Add the yellow string to the large tag and adhere to the left hand side of the layout. Mat your photo in white and chocolate cardstock and I added white photo corners to my photo. Adhere to the layout using 3D foam squares.
Cut a narrow strip of the blue patterned paper that is about 3" long and flag both ends, adhere to the right of the matted photo. Add the small teal tag to the right of your matted photo using 3D foam tape.
Stamp and die cut 1 of the cockatoo image, 1 of the leaf pair, 3 small palm leaves, 1 set of the small flowers and 1 set of the medium flowers. I added colour to my flowers using ink and daubers. Shape and assemble the flowers and add Prills to the middle of each using liquid adhesive. I added colour to the leaves and cockatoo using Chameleon Pens. Shape all of your leaves and the leaves on the cockatoo image. Adhere the cockatoo image to the upper right hand corner of the layout using 3D foam squares. I then added the 3 palm leaves around the base of the cockatoo image. Add the small flowers around the patterned background wreath. I added the medium flower and leaf pair to the right of the matted photo. I added a little shine to all of my die cut flowers using my Spectrum Noir Crystal Clear pen.