Mandy here with you today to share a new layout featuring the gorgeous Wild at Heart collection! I just can’t get enough of this collection! I really love all of the beautiful colours, and this time I thought I’d focus on the navys and the pinks throughout the collection.
I documented a sweet photo of our new little kitten Sasha! She’s such a lovely and gentle cat, who is very loved by us all! She’s even won over my husband, who isn’t usually much of a pet person!
I started my layout off by using the Grow Wild patterned paper as my background. I love the rich colours in this paper, as well as the beautiful little florals! I then adhered a 6 inch wide piece of white cardstock in the middle of the page to allow a clean space for my photo, title and embellishments. On either side of the white cardstock I added a thin strip of the Patchwork patterned paper (reverse side).
I created some layers behind my photo using the Momento and the Luscious patterned papers, as well as a label from the Fussy Cuts sheet and a doily from my stash. I adhered my photo with some foam underneath to give it some extra dimension, and then I added my title underneath my photo using the ‘Love You’ words from the chipboard sticker sheet.
I fussy cut one of the florals from the Luscious patterned paper and tucked it under the left hand side of my photo. I think this might be my favourite patterned paper in the collection… It’s so pretty! I also popped a flair button from the collection on the bottom left hand side of the photo.
I created a little cluster at the top of the page using one of the gorgeous rubber charms as well as a cute bitty bloom. I also tucked a little flower from the die cut ephemera pack under the side of the photo.
To complete the visual triangle, I created a third cluster at the bottom of the layout. I used another one of the rubber charms, another bitty bloom, and a butterfly that I fussy cut from the Mariposa patterned paper. How seriously beautiful are those rubber charms?!!
I finished my layout off by adding some of the sparkly enamel dots to my embellishments clusters.
Thanks so much for joining me on the blog today! I’ll be back to share another project with you later this month!