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If you've ever said to yourself " Help! I'm pregnant scrapbook ideas please" then relax, we've got you totally covered with todays step-by-step pregnancy scrapbook layouts tutorial!
Being pregnant can be a mix of emotions and feelings. One minute sheer excitement the next, complete overwhelm with nausea and fatigue. One wonderful way to capture just the beautiful aspects of being pregnant is with your own layout full of pregnancy scrap book ideas.
For my scrapbooking pregnant belly page layout, I wanted to make a play with different photo edits on a single photo. And, making use of these photos in different photo edits as the subject for my layout. It is a way to encapsulate and emphasize the joy of motherhood with a beautiful baby belly. The layout is created with a lot of feminine vibes and frills here and there.
Distressing techniques also came into play to make the number of photos of the baby belly really come into focus. For frills, two photos are bordered with laces and the whole layout is adorned with strings of pearls and twine.
The technique of using different photo edits requires discerning which photo edit would look fabulous. For my layout, I utilized black and white for the 2 photos of the baby belly, a sepia in soft focus for another photo of my subject and the other photo of my subject in natural color editing.
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Wait! Once You Have Your Layout Materials Ready, Then You'll Need To Start Working On Your Scrapbook Page....Let Me Show You...
♥How to START and FINISH a layout to perfection (so no more pushing things around on a page for hours and hours).
♥How to get your creative juices flowing again so you'll NEVER experience scrappers block again!
♥How to always have the perfect scrapbook layout for every occasion!
1. Prepare your pattern paper by trimming the unwanted portion with your scissors.
2. Distress your pattern paper with the WRMK distressing tool and ink around the distressed edges.
3. Apply gesso. Let dry. Dab ink on top of the gesso. Let dry.
4. Trim or cut your pink board paper into 4×11 size. Set up your Cuttlebug embossing machine. Ink your embossing folder in 3 colors of ink. Emboss your trimmed 4×11 pink board paper. Make 2 passes. Emboss the other end of the board paper. Watch as the ink color gets on the embossed paper.