Wednesday, June 16, 2010


Oooh this photo is just sooo cute! This is one of those layouts where you don't want to detract too much away from the photo because it's so great. We've used the Summerhouse line with this photo as the colours just work beautifully with the colour of the water. We're adding more layouts and instructions that you can download on our website: so check it out too for some clever ways to use the new paper collections.

And now for the instructions (or as we like to call them "destructions"):

· Summerhouse Lime die-cut cardstock
· Summerhouse Soiree cardstock
· Summerhouse Sultry cardstock
· Summerhouse Flutterbies
· Summerhouse Florets
· Black Chipboard Alphabet
· Icons rub-on
· Summerhouse photo corners

Also needed:
· 1 5X7inch colour photo, wet and dry adhesive, midnight blue ink and 2” circle punch

Step 1: Trim your Soiree paper to use as your base. Ink around the outside with blue ink.
Step 2: Cut 5 flowers out from your Sultry cardstock. Reserve a 8 inch long x 1 1/2 inch wide piece of the reverse side for later. Tear down one 8 inch side so it has a torn edge.
Step 3: Cut your lime cardstock in half. Cut again at 9 inches – ensure the lines run horizontally before you cut. Punch a circle from the remaining cardstock.
Step 4: Put a blue photo corner onto the left-hand side or your 5X7” photo and then place your photo onto your lime green cardstock as shown. Trim the cardstock along the bottom edge if necessary.
Step 5: Attach your torn reverse from the Sultry cardstock to the left lime cardstock edge and adhere all down onto your Soiree cardstock as shown.
Step 6: Embellish around the bottom left and right side of your photograph with your Sultry flowers, Summerhouse flutterbies and florets and cardstock circle punched earlier.
Step 7: Complete with chipboard alphabet title and rub-ons.

Have a great week scrapping!

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