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Colorful Embossed Grid Scrapbook Background!

There's lots of creative ways for you to shake things up with your scrapbook layouts! One thing you can try is by making a grid on your page background!

For this tip, discover how to create a gorgeous embossed grid layout design with a colorful splash of distress oxides!

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The materials that you'll need are the following: double sided tape, distress oxides, embossing powder, and heat tool.

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Step 1

Start by making a grid line with your double sided tape. I'm using a really thin one because anything thicker would not look very good for this design.

Just carefully line up and place your tape on your page. I'm not too cautious about making the lines and boxes symmetrical.

grid line with double sided tape
symmetrical boxes

Step 2

Once you've completed your grid, pull off the white covers of your tape to reveal the adhesive.

It's a good idea to actually pull out the first batch of lines before putting the second one on top of it. I learned this the hard way because I had to use a craft knife to be able to pull out the bottom adhesive.

white covers

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Step 3

Time for some embossing fun! Get your embossing powder and pour it generously directly on your lines. Make sure you cover all the adhesive.

embossing powder

Step 4

Remove the excess powder and dry it off with a heat tool.

heat tool

Step 5

Once your grid is dry and shiny, we can fill in the boxes with a splash of color! I'm using my distress oxides collection for this, which I'm just going to swipe right on to my page as seen below.

I applied various colors to different boxes and made sure I'm not repeating the same color for boxes that are next to each other.

fill in the boxes with a splash of color

Step 6

Once your distress oxides have dried, you beautiful grid background is ready! All you have to do now is add your beautiful photos!

Now, you can try various photo placements. You can make small groups with your little photos, or just use a big photo and place it off center. Don't forget to add your embellishments to complete the look!

adding photos
photo placements


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