Monday, 30 March 2020

'Adventure' Scrapbook Layout - Cocoa Vanilla Studio Legendary Collection

Hello, Rebecca back again with another 12x12 layout created using the new Cocoa Vanilla Studio 'Legendary' Collection.

I have used the 'One Way' patterned paper for this layout. I cut out two triangles and placed them either side of the page. I made sure to turn the paper before cutting the smaller triangle so that the arrows were all pointing towards my photos in the centre.

I love the different colours of the arrows on the paper and mounted my photos on Bazzill Cardstock in colours that co-ordinated well.

Next I added some stars from the Die Cut Ephemera Pack in a diagonal line across the page. I mounted these on foam dots to add dimension to the layout.

I added a couple more bits of ephemera to the top right corner. The 'Explore the Great Outdoors' piece actually had mountains and a sky scene at the top but I cut it in half and just used the bottom section. I also added the deer (stag?!) piece as in one of my photos my son is holding an animal skull. (We were doing an organised nature trail in the woods collecting fossils, bones and bugs!)

I added my title 'Adventure' from the Die Cut Titles pack, and then decided I wanted to add some borders as the deer/stag/animal head was made up of black lines. So I added a border to the page, the patterned paper and all of the stars to match.

I hope you've enjoyed this layout. I'm really enjoying working with this collection. It's not often a collection comes out that doesn't include pinks and flowers so it's perfect for me to scrap photos of my little boy!

I'll be back with you next month, sharing some more 'Legendary' layouts.

Take care,

Rebecca x


Anita said...

Another great page Rebecca, you have really worked this collection to its best xx

Rebecca Moore said...

Thanks Anita! I totally forgot this one was going live - it’s been such a busy time! I’ve still got some papers left from this collection so still having fun with it! X

Karen said...

Super layout Rebecca. Love how you used the triangular papers and those photos are soooooo sweet. x x