How are you all? Gwen with you on the blog today, and I have something fun to share. I was looking at creating some Easter & Spring pages and looking for inspiration, and I thought you might be too. So, I’ve collected some stunning scrapbook layouts from the design team featuring scrapbook ideas that I love. So if you’re looking for Fun and Easy Spring themed Scrapbook Page Ideas you’ve come to the right place! Like many of you, I have a bunch of photos to scrapbook so let’s get inspired together!
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12 Spring & Easter Scrapbooking Ideas + FREE Cut File.
Now, onto the ideas I have for you… I challenge you to give them all a try!
Your FREE cut file design. OK, so I know technically this one isn’t a ‘Spring-themed’ page, BUT I wanted to get you some inspiration using the free SVG design I mentioned above. This layout documents a sweet mother/daughter moment. Love the title for this page? It’s our ‘You Are Special‘ design which you can grab for FREE right HERE. What a lovely reminder to your loved ones of just how special they are no matter what the season.
Scrapbook Layout Ideas for Spring & Easter
#1 Soft Pastels and bright whites. Pastels are always a favourite of mine for documenting Spring and Easter. I love the soft pinks and blues in this share by Tarrah Mc Lean. The details in her layout here are so sweet, from the check pattern paper in the background to the button on the bunnies bow. This page is also a great example of what can be achieved with a very simple bunny SVG design. This one is called ‘Bunny Silhouette‘ is super quick to back and easily replicated so you too can have a page just like this one.
#2 Flower Daffodils. It’s no secret that yellow makes my heart happy, so how could I not love this layout by Kirei Baldwin documenting fresh spring flowers. I love that she has teamed the Daffodils in her pictures with our ‘Daffodil Posie‘ SVG backing this one with pretty vellum and pattern papers. Our Floral SVG designs are my most favourite and I think this layout showcases just how easy they are to work with and how they can help you tell your story.
#3 Floral like Geometrics. For this layout, Piroska Czako Radvanji has created a striking page centred around a diagonal design. She cut out the ‘Floral Mandala 1‘ SVG cut file nice and large and centred it on her page. Backing it in bright colours really makes it pop and draws on the colours in her photo. What makes this page special is the way she has used the cut file as a large element on her background to get her started, then layered her photo and embellishments on top. Not sure where to start creating your next layout? Try this technique.
#4 Floral Banner. Our floral banner SVG design is an absolute favourite of mine for getting a page done fast. This banner svg design can be cut to fit the background of your 12 x 12 layout, backed and then centred on the page. From there, it’s just a matter of adding two small portrait photos to the floral banner itself and some pretty embellishments. Design featured here is ‘Spring Floral Banners‘ and is one of our KIT to YOU designs which includes a layout sample AND full step x step instructions to recreate the page.
#5 Combining Easter and Spring on your page. For those of you in the Northern hemisphere, Spring and Easter are a match made in heaven. I adore this layout by Kirei Baldwin that combines cute little bunnies, birds and spring tulips. Cut file featured here is ‘Spring Tulip‘ which she has cut out several times and stacked down the centre of her page.
#6 A Spring wreath. Scrapycat Josefine is featuring a stunning spring wreath svg for this layout. This floral design is called ‘Flower Crown‘ and is another popular one used as a base for a layout design. Centre the wreath on your page, add floral die cuts and your photo and the page is complete. See the perfect spot for your photo to sit? A quick example of how scrapbooking with cut files can be quick and easy.
#7 Selfie Love! Selfies are fun no matter what the season. When there isn’t someone handy to take a happy snap, why not snap a quick selfie. This fun photo was taken at school and I’ve embellished it with pretty spring florals with a vintage vibe. I just love how fun and playful it is. Cut file design featured here is ‘Floral Tags‘ which I’ve added into my paper layers as an anchor point for my photos. If you love selfies, you’ll love our big selection of Cameras and Photos svg designs on the website.
#8 Egg Hunt Adventures. There is nothing that says Easter morning like an egg hunt, so of course it’s a moment that needs scrapbooking. Photos of the kids running around madly searching for eggs can be tricky, I call these ones action shots and they are so fun to use on your pages. They don’t need to be perfect, they just need to capture the moment. I’ve used the ‘Lily of the Valley‘ cut file for this one, a floral svg that I’ve cut out nice and large and added to fill in my background. I also am loving the soft pinks and purples on this page.
#9 Spring Butterflies. Another super sweet layout by Tarrah Mc Lean, this one features the ‘Choose Happy‘ title SVG which she has centred on her page along with her photo. What sets this layout off are those darling butterflies sprinkled around the page and the pops of blue and yellow softened with the woodgrain pattern paper creates a simply beautifully balanced page.
#10 Lovely floral layers. This page by Scrapycat Josefine is a picture of Spring. From the mix of floral pattern papers to those stunning layers of floral die cuts. On this layout, Josefine has also left her cut files open, keeping them soft and light. Design featured here is ‘Posey Duo‘ and it’s the perfect addition to the floral embellishment clusters.
#11 Spring Showers. It’s not all sunny days in Spring, but that means an opportunity to document April showers and beautiful rainbows. Documenting the weather can be a really fun thing to do, so why not let this page by Tarrah Mc Lean inspire a page that documents this season for you. Cut file featured is ‘Chasing Rainbows‘ one of our very popular Rainbow svg designs.
#12 Bold and Bright. This page by Scrapycat Josefine is like a burst of Spring! The colours on this layout really pop with the contrasting areas of black. She’s layered up cut file pieces from the ‘Floral Bouquet Set‘ adding vellum behind some of the pieces to soften. The mix of bright green and pink on this page is so so striking proving Spring layouts don’t need to be soft in colour, choose the tones you love and create with those!
That’s it! 12 Scrapbook Layout Ideas for Spring & Easter for you to try. I hope this list really helps to give you some ideas for scrapbooking with SVG files, they really are so versatile! You can find all of these designs and more in the shop.
Until next time,