I have another wedding scrapbook layout to share today. I diecut my flowers again with the Crate Paper Maggie Holmes Confetti die. I really do not want to sound like a broken record, but I really do love the flowers. (No, Crate Paper did not pay me for advertising their product, lol) I feel it really enhances the “pretty-ness” of my layout.
Here is my layout:
This picture was taken in a park. I told my husband we must have bubbles in some of our wedding pictures. I personally LOVE bubbles. You can get pretty big bubbles from these bubble wands . It reminds me of my happy and fun childhood. I loved seeing the beautiful rainbow colors reflected in the floating bubbles, romantic feelings, so lovey and dreamy……. and to add to the fun, I got these cute big glasses from Michaels. My husband wore the pink and I wore the blue, just to switch up the typical boy/girl colors.
The circles just reminded me of my floating bubbles. Check out their blog for more inspiration.
- Most of the papers are from Crate Paper Maggie Holmes Flea Market
- Crate Paper Maggie Holmes Confetti Die
- Martha Stewart Doilies Stamp Set
- Kaisercraft Polaroid Die
- We R Memory Keepers Sew Easy Script Template
- American Crafts Thickers Mosaic
- American Crafts Thickers: Amy Tangerine – Muse
On the background paper ( loved the hearts bokeh effect paper), I stamped the page with the different doilies stamp inspired by the circles from the sketch. Check out the DIY round epoxy stickers. I loved how DIY stickers can be customized however you like.
The sketch challenge did require to add handmade flowers. I think I might have went overboard with the flowers, but I still love it! I did add a smaller cluster of the flowers on the bottom left, just to balance out the layout and forming more of a visual triangle in a page design. Instead of journaling strips; I added strips of emotions. More like how I felt at the moment when the picture was taken.
I diecut the Love polaroid diecut and also added the hand-stitched Today to my photo mat. It really makes stitching so much easier with a template. I colored my title ‘bubbles’ with a black sharpie to have some contrast in my layout since the original color of the thickers was white. I liked how the entire page had different texture and dimension from the stickers, the pop up flower diecuts and stitching.
Here are some close up pictures:
So happy to have another wedding scrapbook page done! I think it turn out not too bad! lol Thanks for stopping by, Happy crafting.