It’s Anna here with you today, with a new layout featuring the gorgeous Daydream collection. This week it’s all about sequins, flowers, and hearts. And that’s because this collection includes a lot of flowers (a must on CVS collections), a pack of beautiful sequins, and some adorable puffy fabric hearts. I don’t usually use sequins (we are not good friends), but for today’s project, I decided to create a shaker title as the focus of my page.
I started cutting out the word “moments” on the B side of the Garden Variety paper. I did it with a basic font that I already have on my computer. Then, I cut the same word on a piece of white foam, which I glued (the negative, not the letters) onto the B side of the Happy Place paper. I filled in all the letters with the sequins and covered the word with acetate.
The last step was to put the Garden Variety paper which I had previously cut on top of the acetate, fitting well all the letters. I used liquid glue. To make the word stand out a little more, I followed the outline of the letters with a white gel pen. I completed my title with the word “sweet”, from the Die Cut Titles (I raised it with foam dots), and the word “happy” from the Accessory Stickers.
I used two photos in this layout. I framed one of them with one of the die cuts and attached a little tab, and backed the other one with a piece of patterned paper from the 6×8 Paper Pad. Between them, I created a little flower cluster. To balance the design, I made two big clusters with the die cut flowers. I placed one next to the word “sweet”, at the left of the title, and the other one on the right side, below the title. I stacked some flowers with foam dots to add more dimension. The flowers in this collection are so gorgeous! I could make tons of pages using them!
As the final touch, I took the white pen gel and made a frame all around the page, with some faux stitching at the corners. I think it’s subtle but nice. I hope it gives you some inspiration for different ways to build your titles. I did it with my cameo, but you can easily do that with metal die cuts or by hand!
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Have a great day!