Monday, February 17, 2020

"Dream Scrapbook Layout" + Pictorial by CI Priti Kedia

Hello friends!!

I hope you have checked out this month's blog challenge which is "Go Monochrome". I just love this theme and I can proudly boast of several layouts which I have made in the monochromatic style. I am going to share a 12x12 scrapbook layout once again and I hope it will inspire you and get your creative juices flowing. Just use shades and tones of one single colour on your project, interesting right?

I decided to use the colour "Pink" to scrapbook my picture as the design team member for Papericious.

Please find the list of supplies and a detailed pictorial tutorial below:
  • IRIS 270 gsm white cardstock from PRIKA
  • Element Sheets from PRIKA
  • Acrylic Paint in the shades of Pink
  • Some pattern papers in pink
  • Floral Die cut
  • Heart, Star and word stickers
  • Sequins
  • Stamps
  • Black mist
  • Pearlescent Water colours in pink

Step.1: I first created my background using different pink shades of acrylic paint with brush strokes. 

Step.2: Then I printed my picture in 3"x4" size and matted it with some tissue paper and a black dotted white pattern paper to add some neutrals. I also layered the pic with some labels and a tag.

Step.3: Then I arranged my floral die cuts in three clusters to form a visual triangle. I added some black and white flowers to bring in some more neutrals.

Step.4: After this, I placed my title and added a pink paper clip to the photo. This was definitely a dream come true for me and hence this word "dream" die cut was perfect for this page.

Step.5: Then I started adding some phrase stickers and hearts, stars and sequins in the groups of three, to all the three floral clusters. I also added a butterfly die cut which I had in my stash and it matched perfectly with the colours.

Step.6: To bring in some more interest to the page, I repeatedly stamped a sentiment around my clusters.

Step.7: Lastly, I added some pearlescent water colour splatters, black mist splatters, and sequins. I felt something was still missing and thought of experimenting with something different. So I tore the white card stock from the two corners and layered two types of pattern papers in pink overlapping each other. This made me happy and i really liked the final outcome :)

Here are some close ups:

I hope this post inspired you to create something with just one colour and you can see that it's not all that difficult. I am looking forward to see your projects in our blog challenge gallery and I am sure you will enjoy playing along. Please leave me some love if you liked my layout.

Love & hugs,

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