Hello everyone! Welcome back to the Little Birdie blog, Melissa here with you today. I have a new male scrapbook layout to share with you and we all know how tricky the male layouts can be, so I hope you like this one.
For this layout I have used Little Birdie’s ‘The Classic Gentleman’ collection. I ripped the cog image card stock in pieces, used brown ink for the edges and used mounting tape to attach it onto the main cardstock.
I fussy cut the images and arranged them around my photo.
I ripped some corrugated cardboard and tucked it under the dimensional cardstock piece.
I coloured the cog chipboard with some ‘Wild Wasabi’ arcylic chalk paint and attached the pieces slightly tucked under the side openings.
To finish off the layout I sprinkled some bling randomly.
I hope you liked my latest layout and I hope you found some inspiration through this one.
I will be back with some more crafty inspiration for you soon. Until then..happy crafting! 🙂
Hey there crafty friends! Welcome back to the Little Birdie Blog – Melissa with you today and I have a new pastel coloured layout to share. I hope you like it.
For this layout I used some fussy cutting images from 3Quarter Designs ‘Cerulean Spring’ and ‘De ja vu’ collections and attached them around my photo. I also cut out some acetate butterflies from 3Quarter Designs ‘De Ja Vu’ collection and attached them around my photo.
I coloured the chipboard clock with some sparkle paste in ‘Silver Sage’.
I used some burlap as a photo matt, along with some pieces of card stock from the 3Quarter Designs collections.
I attached some Little Birdie flowers and added some white gesso to the leaves for effect.
I hope you liked this layout and found some inspiration from it.
I will be back very soon with some more crafty inspiration – until then…happy crafting! 🙂
Hey there crafty people! Welcome back to the Little Birdie blog. Melissa here with you today sharing a layout for all the pink lovers out there. I hope you like it.
I have used a piece of card stock from the ‘Cottage Lace’ collection and ripped some sections along the wooden panels which I then distressed using a distressing tool. I then curled them open a little more and inked the edges with pink ink. I attached a light pink coloured piece of card stock behind, so it shows through the opened sections on the front.
I used some cards from the ‘True Love’ ephemera collection as my photo matts and heat embossed some chipboard chains and attached them above and below my photos.
I then attached a mixture of flowers from Little Birdie and others which are unbranded to create a cluster beneath my images.
I finished off this layout by adding some glitter paint to some of the flowers for some sparkle and coloured the title with some liquid pearls.
Thank you so much for looking, I will be back again very soon with some more crafty inspiration. Until then…happy crafting! 🙂