In a recent post, we had a little Shimelle inspired adventure. The result of which was four complete embellishment groupings created with only scraps and punches:This was a bit like scrapping backwards for me! Let's see if we can get some layouts completed with all of this embellie fun.
After selecting a few photos and some patterned paper, here is what we have for the first layout:
And viola! Wow, it really was that simple! Perhaps because all of the embellishment work was already done. Cool! And, it turns out that a large circle cluster like the one shown is perfect to cover up the awkward space made by using 2 landscapes and one portrait photo. YAY!
And now for round two! Embellishments pulled as well as the remaining scraps used to create them:
All placed around:
A bit of serious title work:
And there we have it! Another quick and easy one done!
Well, this is just too easy... and fun! Ready for round 3? Here goes! Stuff piled up...Placed and sewn....
Ta DA! Lots of washi, but only one of the two camera embellishments made it on here. I will save the other one for a rainy day :)
I'm on a roll.... let's finish this!
This one gave me a bit of a pause as I had a hard time finding papers to match the embellishment cluster. I ended up clustering the two separate embellishments together and just adding a title and bits...
There she is! My Gooser.
It's interesting to me that my least favorite cluster produced my least favorite layout. Also interesting, is that the finished products are in a somewhat different style than my usual. That's fun! I love trying something new. I also loved the freedom of working with little bits and pieces without any expectations and THEN putting them on layouts. So freeing!
I may have to do this again sometime!