Rustic Christmas Scrapbook Layout From Magazine Pages!
Magazines are an awesome resource for scrapbooking since the pages are already filled with colors and textures that had been curated for the best possible picture.
So if you choose any visually appealing page, you will be able to find some really lovely colors that go well with each other that you can use on your scrapbook layout.
These are the pages that I think make wonderful color combinations— a winter scene with a gingerbread house and a simple page with a wood background.
Aside from these, I'm also going to use a textured background. It doesn't have to be Christmas-themed but I do want it to look rustic.
Next, let's create our Christmas tree where we will start to build our scrapbook layout around.
I have simply cut out a negative of a Christmas tree on a piece of scratch paper. Then we'll just put this paper on top of our rustic wooden background.
After making our negative Christmas tree cutout, let's get our white acrylic ink and a brush for creating our white Christmas tree.
We will load up our brush with the white acrylic paint and flick our white paint onto the negative Christmas tree cutout.
This way, we're flicking the white paint onto our wooden background and covering the other areas with the white paper.
Now that I've finished cutting loads of punches from my magazine pages, I'm going to start playing around with these various shapes and start placing them on the painted area to form my tree.
Finally, to make our scrapbook page look even more fabulous, I'm just going to create a little bit of a snow scene coming down the bottom by using a piece of ripped paper.
We're done! I hope you find this Christmas scrapbook layout nice and easy in bringing out the best effects to your page!
Happy holidays! I look forward to seeing you next time.
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