For today’s post I did something that was new to me: 4×4 layouts! Have you ever try that?! Phew it is small! But you know what? I found that my papers that are divided in 4 4×4 patterned papers, this one for example, were just PERFECT for this project! Yay!
So here are my 2 pages side by side:
Here’s the first one, with some sort of perspective so you can try to imagine the size of it:
I didn’t have a picture with my friend so the solution for that was to leave a blank spot for her to add a photo later. It was kind of tricky to add the embellishments around the blank canvas but I fiddled a little and I made it! 🙂
I stitched my background paper to a piece of white cardstock and added a vellum mat under the fake photo (I used photo paper in place of the future photo). I then added some embellishments around. I used that little pink banner to write part of the title which I finished wish these tiny golden alphas (not from my collection).
Here’s just another close up shot. I added a small heart die cut to the top. It will stick out when it’s in the album.
Here’s my second tiny layout:
I built it the same way I did the other with a 4×4 piece of paper stitched onto a piece of white cardstock. I love that the watercolor circle creates a small frame.
I used the space next to my tiny photo (about 1 inch x 1 inch) to add some journaling and I also used the vellum tape to add some sort of subtitle under the title: Dream, Live, Create, Repeat. My friend is also a creative! She’ll relate. 🙂 I added a cluster of heart de cuts that I stapled in place and I stitched the title Shine and curled up the top and bottom of the die cut to add dimension and interest. I stamped the date. Don’t forget to stamp the date!
Here again I added a small heart die cut at the top of my layout. and I tucked in some die cuts behind my photo.
Did you ever make layouts for friends? I find that this 4×4 size is really cute and it would be fun to give it in an album with empty page protectors to be filled in by your friend afterwards!
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