Wake Up from Hibernation with this Spring Scrapbook Layout

Spring represents more than just another season — it represents hope. All the animals (including humans) come out of their winter-long hibernation and start interacting with the outside world once again. The whole season feels like a breath of lively, fresh air! You’ve likely made a plethora of spring memories, so why not take your photos of these memories and display them proudly on this spring scrapbook layout? Read on to find out how!

To create this layout, you will need:

Step 1: Use the dark blue patterned paper as the base for this layout.

Step 2: Cut out the inside of the dark blue patterned paper, leaving a 1-1/2″ border. You will use the rest of the paper from the inside for your photo mats.

Step 3: Using the Border Maker System with the Spring Leaf Chain Border Maker Cartridge, punch 12 borders from a variety of patterned papers.  Adhere to the Cloud Cardstock. Trim 1/4″ from all sides of the Cloud Cardstock piece and adhere to the dark blue paper.

Step 4: Tuck and adhere the embellishment pocket on the bottom left corner of the cardstock piece.

Step 5: Cut photo mats from the dark blue patterned paper that measure: (2) 3-3/4″ x 4-1/4″ and (1) 4-3/4″ x 6-3/4″.

Step 6: Adhere a 4″ x 6″ photo on a large mat, then onto the dark blue mat. 

Step 7: Mat two photos that measure 3-1/2″ x 4″ onto the dark blue mats. Adhere the photos/mats to the layout as shown.

Step 8: Adhere stickers and embellishments to the layout, adding some with Foam Squares for added dimension. Journal as desired with the fine tip on the Denim Dot Pen.

What are some of your fondest springtime memories that you’ll fill this spring scrapbook layout with? Let us know in the comments below!

4 thoughts on “Wake Up from Hibernation with this Spring Scrapbook Layout

  1. Love the palette of this collection! Had to keep going back to see how the layout was done because this little boy is so cute! Recently people have been complaining about papers or embellishments being over the top & distracting from the focus of the photos & preserving memories but when it’s tastefully done it’s beautiful & still focuses on the photos- thanks Melissa!

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