Remember This Moment

Posted on Dec 8, 2015 9:02:28 AM

Hello, crafty friends, Giorgia here.

Today I have a little break from Christmas for you; let’s talk about weddings!

I got married last year, and I am scrapping the pictures using the fabulous Wedding Day Paper Crafting Kit!

I LOVE the new kits! They contain beautiful double-sided papers, a sheet of cardstock stickers that includes alphas, and a sheet of Sculpted™ stickers.


I used paper scraps from previous projects to create layers. I distressed them and also cut some of them into banner shapes.


I love to mix up different stickers to create texture; in this layout, I used chalkboard, Cork'd™, and Sculpted™ stickers.



I also used rub-ons here:

wedding5I hope you liked my layout—it has been published in the November issue of Create Magazine. Go take a look!

Here are the step-by-step instructions to make it:

- The background is a paper from the Wedding Day Paper Crafting Kit.

- Create layers. Take scraps from previous projects, cut them in strips or in banner shapes, distress them, and glue them.

- Create layers in the top left of the page using the same method.

- Cut a tag from the Blossom Paper Pad, layer it with distressed paper from the ColorWays Noir Paper Pack, and glue it down.

- Layer the picture with distressed paper from the Blossom Paper Pad and glue it down as shown.

- Add the big wooden phrase used as the title.

- Apply rub-on dots near the title as shown.

- Add stickers, wooden embellishments, and faceted gems to decorate.

- Your layout is ready!

Paper House Product Used:

Wedding Day Paper Crafting Kit
Wedding Day 6" Paper Pad
Butterflies Cork'd™ Stickers
Delish Cardstock Stickers
ColorWays Rouge Rub-On Transfers
ColorWays Noir Vieux Rose Paper
Savor Sculpted™ Stickers
Sweetheart Candies Puffy Stickers
Blossom Paper Pad
Live by Faith Paper Pad
Rejoice Paper Pad
Romance Paper Pad
Live by Faith Cardstock Stickers
ColorWays Emerald Peacock Paper

Other: faceted gems, wood veneers

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Posted in Scrapbooking Layouts By Tara Sturm


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