It's Romy here today and I have two lay-outs to show you that I made with Imaginarium's beautiful chipboard pieces.
On my first lay-out I scrapped a photo of my dad. I used a blue and beige colour scheme to complement it.
I actually took the gorgeous chipboard gate as my starting point and mainly build my lay-out around it.
I also used the beautiful 'Edward Relief Corners' in the corners of my lay-out. Both the fence and the corners were heat embossed with white embossing powder for a whitewashed look.
My second lay-out features a more feminine colour scheme: black, beige and pink and is titled "I have a dream".
I titled my lay-out 'I have a dream' and used the chipboard phrase shown belown to make this title. I simply cut out the first two words of the phrase and positioned them in the right lower corner of my lay-out.
On my lay-out I also made a few clusters of embellishments on the left and right side of my photo. Inside the left cluster I also incorporated the gorgeous and beautifully detailed 'Skeleton Feather' and a few hexagons. All chipboard pieces were again heat embossed, but this time with chestnut brown embossing powder.
Besides the skeleton feather I also incorporated a tiny peacock feather in the left upper corner, as you can better see on the photo below. I figured it would make a nice feminine touch on my lay-out.
That's it for today! I hope you enjoyed my blog post.
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Have a nice day!