Hello beautiful friends! Today I am so excited to be sharing with you is one of my all time favourite layouts that I have created.
I knew that I wanted to create a really soft and pretty layout for what I was documenting and, although it might seem like an odd pairing, the Pie Graph Cut File was really speaking to me.
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I had a vision of a layered background using the Pie Graph Cut File which I achieved by first cutting it from some white cardstock, handstitching around and backing it with vellum. In my software I released the outside cut line to cut the ‘pie pieces’ from a white cardstock background piece, and then handstitched around each of those.
I layered the white, vellum backed, cut file on top of the background piece, rotating it slightly so that the pieces weren’t sitting directly on top of each other.
I backed my photo with a couple of simple and soft layers including patterned paper, vellum and tissue paper. I had lots of fun creating two goregously soft and floral embellishment clusters on opposite corners of my photo.
I used a chipboard word for my title and added my journalling in strips below the title. And of course I finished off with a little bit of mixed media splatters and my favourite Nuvo drops.
If you want a more detailed look at how this layout came together, I’d love for you to check out my process video below.
Thankyou, and I hope you have a great day!