Rainbow Layout with Crate Paper All Heart


Hi Ladies! I am back with a 12x12 scrapbook layout made with the super cool Crate Paper AllHeart collection. Even if this line is very bold, colorful and energetic I challenged myself to make a clean and soft page for today. 

My starting point was the Be You Paper with the rainbow pattern.  I found the same cute image on the 6x12Sticker Sheet as well. I decided to enlarge the rainbow so I cut out one with my Silhouette Cameo cutting machine. Instead of using the basic rainbow color chart I follow the All Heart design. I backed the cut file with matching All Heart and La La Love patterned papers. For the clouds, I used simple vellum paper. I really love the result! The unusual colors make my layout unique. 

After the rainbow was done, I place it in the middle of the background paper and decided the place for the photo. Then, I created the title using the HoorayHolographic Foam Thickers. I simply follow the rainbow curve to make an eye-catching design. I love how the holographic rainbow shine fits the theme of the page. I love that all Crate Paper collections include alpha stickers what can be used universally. You can mix them with other products easily.

Around and under the photo, I created many layers using various type of products like Ephemera pieces, Chipboard Stickers and fussy cut flowers. I framed the photo with a die cut and placed on a puffy camera along with a star charm. I just love all the pretty little details.

I have decorated the rainbow with tone on tone technique. This means I add greenish stickers on the green section and pink on the pink area. I found tiny stickers on Puffy and 6x12 Cardstock Sheets. Under the clouds, I added the date and some cute clear stickers.

I hope you enjoyed today's post and you found some new ideas what you can use on your next projects. Thanks for stopping by!

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