We have not one, but two clever and easy to create scrapbook layout pages to share with you. These layouts each come with a tutorial per layout, plus a video tutorial on how to watercolor using our Decades Inks. This is all brought to you today by the incredible Babi Kind. Go ahead and grab your Little Darlings – Deluxe Collector’s Edition or any papers that inspire you and create along with us!
Scrapbook Layout Tutorials
By Babi Kind
I’m happy to share with you my first project of the year. For today I prepared two simple and affordable layouts using paper scraps from Little Darlings collection.
I started my first layout by creating the background with Decades Ink and stencil. Next, I added the layers and finished decorating it with stamped flowers which I watercolor with the same Decade inks. You can check out the video tutorial in this post.
I also sprinkled black ink and white gesso to add more texture to the layout.
Layout Tutorial Video:
Layout Tutorial – by Babi Kind – Featuring Little Darlings paper by Graphic 45
Watercoloring with Decades Tutorial:
Watercoloring with Decades Ink – Tutorial by Babi Kind – Featuring Decades Ink by Graphic 45
For my next project, I decided to create a simple grid layout using leftover papers from Little Darlings collection.
I cut lots of circles to create the layers and added simple embellishments to decorate it.
Using die cuts, stamped images and a couple of photos to finish the layout.
Tip: Use your small papers or scraps in layouts and cards projects. You can also cut the papers in circles, squares or other geometric forms.
Layout Tutorial 2:
Circle Layout Tutorial – by Babi Kind – Featuring Little Darlings by Graphic 45
Graphic 45 Supplies:
- Little Darlings Deluxe Collector's Edition
- Decades Ink (Robbin’s Egg, Antique Moss, Precious Pink, Venetian Lace, Dark Cashmere)
- Mon Amour Stamp (sold-out)
- Square Tag & Clock Dies
Thanks for stopping buy and have a great 2019!”
How wonderful were those tutorial videos? Let's give Babi a round of applause for these great ideas, and for helping make creating a simple and more enjoyable process. Big thanks to you as well for stopping by. Be sure to leave your tips and comments in the feedback below, and as always share your projects on Instagram using the #Graphic45 hashtag. See you tomorrow and as always…