Hi everyone! Nancy here to share a simple Happy Birthday scrapbook layout with you. The Spotted Collection Paper Pack from Core’dinations gives this Happy Birthday scrapbook page the perfect texture and color to make it really POP!
Happy Birthday scrapbook layout supplies:
- Core’Dinations Spotted Collection Paper Pack – Tillie Dot 12×12
- Core’Dinations Sanding Gadget
- Martha Stewart Modern Festive Die Cut Border
- Quick Stick Felt Letters
- Martha Stewart Paper Tape Vintage Girl
- Pop Up Glue Dots
- Ranger Stickles – Diamond
Step 1. First, choose colors that compliment your photo from the Tillie Dot Spotted Collection paper pack. I chose the white, teal, purple, pink, and butter colored sheets.
Step 2. Trim the teal (or whichever color you chose) paper to 4 1/2 inches x 12 inches. Sand the dots with the the Sanding Gadget. The gadget allows you to expose the white core of the paper, creating a lovely polka dot pattern.
Step 3. Place the teal paper piece in the center of your white cardstock.
Step 4. Place a die cut border under the teal cardstock.
Step 5. Cut purple and pink cardstock to 4 inches x 7 inches, and butter cardstock to 4 1/2 inches x 7 inches. Also sand to expose the polka dot pattern. Layer the cardstock rectangles on the page. If you choose to go with a different color scheme, make sure that the color you wish to frame your photo with is the larger of the three rectangles.
Step 6. Embellish with additional die cuts and pieces of the paper tape. I used some pop up Glue Dots to add depth and interest under a few of the die cuts and under my cupcake.
Step 7. I hand cut the little cupcake out of paper scraps and added Stickles glitter glue to embellish as “frosting.”
And that’s it! Your bright and cheery Happy Birthday Scrapbook page is complete!
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Nancy Keslin is a paper crafter and mixed media artist focusing on scrapbook pages, mini albums, and home décor. You can find tutorials, both written and video on her blog, along with other creative inspiration. When not creating she can be found home schooling or driving her children; sometimes simultaneously.