As my kids grow older and work becomes more demanding, I find there is less time to scrap. How do I still carve out an hour to create and continue to love it? Using Teresa's lines helps me to achieve that. The die-cuts and stickers allow for an easy breezy design.
I love the cluster them together, creating a layered look. I took a turn away from that with the layout below. Instead of extreme layering, I spread them out. I love the design elements it uses and the effect it makes.
I still layered the title die-cut and rose, but placed the others below and to the side. Even the circle at the top is meant to be a part of that grouping! What is even more easy-breezy? The artisan die cut serves as my title, eliminating the need to belabor over one on the page elements.
I love the solids in the new Fabrications lines and used the yellow one as my base. The easy breezy part is further reinforced as a simply matted my photo on the blue rectangle. Then I cut stripes no longer that 3 inches wide and about 9 inches long. Those were layered to ground my photo. Along the top, I used a thicker strip of photo that goes all the way across, as well as the cute scalloped sticker. To finish it off, I place the brad and wrapped it with some twine from the Haunted Hallows collection. I usually use a touch of liquid glue to secure my twine in the shape I want.
I hope you pull out some Teresa Collins products and have an easy breezy time creating!
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