Fussy Cutting Featuring Verdant Walk Paper Pack

by Sandra Dietrich

Fussy Cutting with Verdant Walk Paper Pack @SandraDietrich for @Altenew

Fussy Cutting Featuring Verdant Walk Paper Pack

Hello and welcome to the Altenew Scrapbook blog. It’s me, Sandra, and I’m sharing a scrapbook layout with a fussy cutting technique. I used one of the pretty floral papers from the Verdant Walk 6×6 Paper Pack to create today’s layout. And here is a detail shot of the layout:

Fussy Cutting Forals with Verdant Walk Paper Pack @SandraDietrich for @Altenew

How to:

  1. I started with a blank piece of white cardstock.
  2. Then I used a peachy watercolor and a brush to color the background.
  3. Next, I fussy cut floral elements from the Verdant Walk 6×6 Paper Pack.
  4. And I also fussy cut a photo with an ice cream cone.
  5. Next, I die-cut a pocket from patterned paper.
  6. Then I stamped a sentiment onto white cardstock. And I adhered it onto the background.
  7. I arranged all items onto the background with foam pads.
  8. In addition, I colored the ‘smile‘ from Sweet Hearts Adhesive Wood Veneers with the peachy watercolor that I used for the background.
  9. Finally, I added journaling and also colored in some of the floral elements.

Fussy Forals with Verdant Walk Paper Pack @SandraDietrich for @Altenew

Forals with Verdant Walk Paper Pack @SandraDietrich for @Altenew

Fussy Cutting Layout with Verdant Walk Paper Pack @SandraDietrich for @Altenew

Last but not least, I hope you like my scrapbook inspiration with the fussy cutting technique. Now have fun using your favorite Altenew products on your next scrapbook projects. Have a good day and keep on being a creative soul.

Xoxo,
Sandra

Design Team Member @SandraDietrich for @Altenew

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Verdant Walk 6×6 Paper Pack
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Sweet Hearts Adhesive Wood Veneers
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Kirsty Vittetoe January 3, 2019 - 5:59 pm

It’s so beautiful! Love the soft colors!

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Sandra January 4, 2019 - 12:59 pm

Thank you very much, Kirsty. I always appreciate your lovely comments :).

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Teri Ives January 4, 2019 - 10:28 am

I prefer fussing cutting most of the time. Easier, convenient and calming for me. So this title caught my eye. thanks for sharing.

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Sandra Dietrich January 4, 2019 - 1:02 pm

Thank you, Teri. Yes, fussy cutting is very calming and relaxing :).

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