Fussy Cut Floral Layout with Crate Paper Sunny Days

2019/04/29

Hi Ladies! I am back today with a new spring layout. For my recent page, I used the Crate Paper Maggie Holmes Sunny Days collection.  There is a new fun product in the line called Project Pad. This includes patterned papers, stickers, matching cardstocks and even glitter papers. I love the idea that a whole pad includes everything you need for paper crafting. I also used this pad along with other goodies from the collection. This time I documented our weekend trip to Rome. As this happened this spring I decided to add tons of flowers.


I chose Splendor Paper for my background. It has a fun black dots frame what is super cool. I fussy cut flowers from Apple Blossom Paper. It took me many time and patience but fussy cutting is the most relaxing activity for me. After the cutting was done, I have adhered the cutouts on the top of the page using foam and double-sided tape.


I also fussy cut butterflies from Blissful Paper and 6x8 Paper Pad. I scattered them between the flowers. I placed the photo in the middle and decorated around. I used stickers from Project Pad, Ephemera pieces, ClearSticker Book, Charm and 6x12 Sticker sheet. I love to combine different type of embellishments as the little details will make my page more attractive.
  


I also made a short process video. You can watch it! If you like it leave a comment and thumbs up!



I love the spring look. The Crate Paper Sunny Days collection has several floral papers what are perfect for fussy cutting. I hope you will try out my page and create something pretty with your spring photos. Thanks for stopping by here today!

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3 comments

  1. Beautiful layout! Thank you for the great video!

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  2. I adore this collection and your layout is wonderful Flora! I enjoyed Rome so much. Lucky you to be able to visit on the weekend!

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