Easy Snapshots Layout

by Lilith Eeckels

I love digging through older photos and bringing them to life. I get to document those precious moments, have fun creating, and reliving the times when my boys were little. This photo was taken nearly 9 years ago when my son was 6. I just love his soft dreamy look.

@lilitheeckelsFor my layout, I used the following products:

@lilitheeckelsHow to:

  • Stamp the camera and some embellishments using the Snapshots Stamp Set and cut them out with the coordinating dies from the die set.
  • Pick patterned papers that match your photo. I went with three papers, working with a blue, grey, and purple color combination. My background paper is from the Reflection Scrapbook Collection.
  • Stamp your title using one of the words from the Super Script Scrapbook Stamp Set and cut it out. I went with Jet Black and Dew Drops inks, creating a shadow effect. I had to fussy cut the word as the die wouldn’t fit due to the shadow I added. You could just stamp the colors separately and layer them to create the shadow.
  • Combine the different elements to create a layout. I created a layered centerpiece with my photo and added the embellishments to the top and bottom for a vertical design. To create flow, I added two strips of blue patterned paper at the top and bottom. These two elements ground the final design.

@lilitheeckels @lilitheeckelsI really enjoyed creating this layout and I am happy to add it to my son’s many scrapbooks.

Thank you so much for stopping by.

Happy scrapping.

SUPPLIES USED:

Snapshots Die Set
[ ALTN ]
Snapshots Stamp set
[ ALTN ]
Super Script Scrapbook Stamp & Die…
[ ALTN ]
Reflection Scrapbook Collection
[ ALTN ]
Our Family Scrapbook Collection
[ ALTN ]
New Day Card Kit Enamel Dots
[ ALTN ]
Our Family Enamel Dots
[ ALTN ]
Pinkalicious Crisp Dye Ink
[ ALTN ]
Dew Drops Crisp Dye Ink
[ ALTN ]
Permanent Black Crisp Ink
[ ALTN ]

You may also like

1 comment

Margaret August 24, 2018 - 1:18 pm

A wonderful layout for a wonderful photo! I never use the wood plank backgrounds, as I think they’re too rustic looking, but you’ve shown me how well it can work. It’s perfect behind your photo and embellishments!

Reply

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.