Create Quick Nautical Scrapbook Layouts with the Deep Blue Sea Fast2Fab™

With Fast2Fab™ products, it’s quick and easy to create scrapbook spreads you’ll love showing off. The pre-designed pages give you structure when creating a layout while still allowing you tons of creative flexibility. Take this quick nautical scrapbook layout for example — it splashes across your scrapbook yet takes only minutes to make! Dip your toes into the instructions below to learn how you can create this nautical scrapbook spread yourself!

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To create this layout, you’ll need:

instructions

Step 1: Use the waves and clouds Fast2Fab™ pages for this layout.

Step 2: Cut two 4-1/2″ x 6-1/2″ mats from the navy patterned paper and place them on the left and right sides of the layout. Top the mats with two 4″ x 6″ photos.

Step 3: Cut the Deep Blue Sea and ruled scroll mats to measure 3-1/4″ x 4-1/2″ and adhere them to the top middle of each page. Add two 3-1/4″ x 4″ and two 6″ x 4″ photos to the layout.

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Step 4: Using the Scallop Wave Border Maker Cartridge, punch two borders each with light blue patterned paper and royal blue patterned paper. Trim each border to measure 1-1/2″ wide. Overlap the royal blue waves border over the light blue waves border and adhere to the bottom of each page over the printed waves. Cut two 3/4″ x 12″ strips of striped patterned paper and adhere across the bottom of each page.

Step 5: Add stickers and journal as desired.

Who knew creating a care-free nautical scrapbook layout could be so simple? And speedy! How will you capture that coastal charm with Deep Blue Sea Fast2Fab™ products? Comment below (and tell us what you think of this layout, too)!

One thought on “Create Quick Nautical Scrapbook Layouts with the Deep Blue Sea Fast2Fab™

  1. I have done a deep blue sea page with a dolphin that slowly moves across the page ( pull a long with a cardboard slide ) it is awesome

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