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Pink Posies And Glittering Gold


Hi again friends! I wanted to share a double page spread I made as a wedding gift for a friend of mine. I saved her wedding invitation and printed some of her engagement photos off her wedding website to create this personalized layout. Framed scrapbook pages are my favorite gift to give a wedding couple because of their personal and handcrafted nature.


I started this page with some white card stock and a sheet of pink and gold paper from the Paper Studio’s Mint To be Fab stack. I framed the photos with miscellaneous pink scraps and gold polka dot paper from the paper Studio’s Shoppe on the Square stack. I used my 2 inch Uchiha punch and assorted papers from DCVW Black and White Patterns stack to make a few tags. I found the perfect die cut title in Vicki Boutin’s Ephemera pack. Lots of silk flowers and brads complete the look.

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My page’s color palette was inspired by Color Story Inspiration’s November challenge.

Evidence Used:

  • Flowers

  • Metal

  • Something Shiny

  • Glitter

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This double page layout comes from Stick It Down’s November challenge. Instead of leaves, I filled the negative space with flowers and tags and die cuts from My Story collection by My Mind’s Eye.

That’s all for now scrappers. I hope next time you find yourself having to purchase a wedding gift, you’ll consider hand making something bespoke and personal to the happy couple. I guarantee it will warm their heart more than a lasagna dish or a gravy boat. :)