Count Your Blessings with this Easter Scrapbook Layout

How are you getting geared up for the Easter season? How about gearing up with this Easter scrapbook layout using the Easter Blessings Theme Pack and the Baroque Frame Punch!

To create this layout, you will need:

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Take a peek at how to use the Baroque Frame Punch in the video below!

Step 1: Use a sheet of white floral patterned paper as the base for this layout.

Step 2: Using the Baroque Frame Punch, punch a border with pink patterned paper. Trim to measure 12″ x 5-1/2″ and adhere to the top half of the layout with the punched side facing up. Punch a border with green patterned paper. Trim to measure 12″ x 5-1/2″ and adhere to the bottom half of the layout with the punched side facing down. Adhere an eggs border sticker along the seam in the middle.

Step 3: Cut a 6″ x 6″ piece of Raspberry Cardstock. Punch along each side (see instructions here) to create a baroque square. Mount it on the layout as shown. Trim out the “Easter Sunday” piece from the multi-piece patterned paper. Mount it in the middle of the square. Add stickers as desired.

Step 4: Adhere three 5-1/2″ x 3-3/4″ photos to the layout as shown.

Step 5: Cut a 4″ x 4″ piece of Raspberry Cardstock. Punch along each side to create a small baroque square. Tuck this piece just under the lower left photo. Add stickers and journal as desired.

Chirp up! We want to hear from you — what do you like most about this Easter scrapbook layout and the Easter season in general? Let us know in the comments below!

5 thoughts on “Count Your Blessings with this Easter Scrapbook Layout

  1. OMG! What an adorable page! I’m going to use this layout in the family album on which I am currently working. I love that new punch as well. Thank you for your great ideas, they are very helpful. Stay safe and well.

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  2. Wonderful pages! Only wish we could order the supplies. Could you possibly show alternative past supplies that can be used to substitute for the more recent tools ones that others may not own? I love this new punch…the Baroque, but I do not have it yet🙁.

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