“Home, a spot of earth supremely blest, a dearer, sweeter spot than all the rest.”
Give your memories a comforting, at-home greeting today and every day with the recently debuted Welcome Home collection! Inspired by meaningful time spent with friends and family and homey happenings, these scrapbooking supplies will furnish a solid foundation for photos of birthday parties, game nights, gardening, parties in the backyard, celebrations with loved ones and so much more! Open your albums to this home themed scrapbook layout and get ready for some inviting detail!
To create this layout you will need:
- Welcome Home Paper Pack or (Shop Canada | Shop Australia)
- Welcome Home Tone-on-Tone Paper Pack or (Shop Canada | Shop Australia)
- Welcome Home Variety Mat Pack or (Shop Canada | Shop Australia)
- Welcome Home Stickers or (Shop Canada | Shop Australia)
- Welcome Home Foiled Embellishments or (Shop Canada | Shop Australia)
- Welcome Home Laser Cut Borders or (Shop Canada | Shop Australia)
- 12-inch Trimmer or (Shop Canada | Shop Australia)
- Custom Cutting System with Circle, Oval & Rectangle Patterns or (Shop Canada | Shop Australia)
- Micro-Tip Scissors (Shop Canada | Shop Australia)
- Repositionable Tape Runner or (Shop Canada | Shop Australia)
- Foam Squares or (Shop Canada | Shop Australia)
- Blue-Gray Dual-Tip Pen or (Shop Canada | Shop Australia)
Check out the whole Welcome Home collection in the video below!
Step 1: Cut the navy blue woven knitwear tonal paper to measure 11-1/2″ x 11-1/2″ and adhere to a sheet of green faded speckles tonal paper.
Step 2: Cut the green woven knitwear tonal paper to measure 12″ x 2″.
Step 3: Cut the green stripes designer paper to measure 12″ x 1-1/2″ and adhere to the middle of the green woven knitwear strip.
Step 4: From a variety of papers, cut 1″ squares. Run the Repositionable Tape Runner onto the backside of a laser-cut border and adhere the 1″ squares behind the border. Adhere the border piece to the middle of the previous stripes strip. Adhere the completed border to the top of the layout as shown, adding border stickers to the top and bottom.
Step 5: Using the outside edge of the largest Custom Cutting System Rectangle Pattern and the Blue Blade, cut from the green grid designer paper. Using the outside edge of the second-smallest Custom Cutting System Oval Pattern and the Red Blade, cut a curved edge on the top of the previous rectangle piece.
Step 6: Using the outside edge of the second-smallest Custom Cutting System Oval Pattern and Blue Blade, cut from green grid designer paper. Use the Red Blade on the outside edge to cut a piece of sky blue faded speckles tonal paper. Adhere the smaller piece to the larger piece, and adhere behind the top of the rectangle piece to create a cup. Trim with Micro-Tip Scissors if needed.
Step 7: Using the inside edge of the largest Custom Cutting System Oval Pattern and Blue Blade, cut from green grid designer paper. Without moving the pattern, cut again with the Red Blade on the inside edge to create a hollow oval. Adhere to the left side of the cup piece to form a handle.
Step 8: Crop photos to (1) 3″ x 5″ and (2) 5″ x 3″. Adhere to the layout as shown with the cup piece.
Step 9: Cut a variety mat with a title to 6″ x 1-1/2″.
Step 10: Fussy-cut the house journal box from a variety mat. Adhere the two mat pieces to the layout as shown.
Step 11: Using the inside edge of the medium Custom Cutting System Circle Pattern and Blue Blade, cut a circle from navy blue brushstrokes designer paper. Adhere a circle title sticker and add to layout with Foam Squares.
Step 12: Adhere additional stickers and embellishments as shown. Adhere some with Foam Squares for added dimension.
Step 13: Journal with the Blue-Gray Dual-Tip Pen.
What do you think of the most-recent collection, Welcome Home? What sorts of memories would you lay atop this home themed scrapbook layout? Share your thoughts, upcoming project ideas and more in the comments below!
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Home photos are underrated. Usually we use photos from holidays, etc… But it is nice after two or five years to open an album and see the family history. Thank you for tutorial.