Vibrant and Colorful Bubble Scrapbook Background!
A colorful scrapbook page is a reflection of happy memories! 💖
For today's tip, relive those fun times with a vibrant bubble photo background effect utilizing die cut and stamping techniques!
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Read the Step-by-Step Guide Below:
The materials that you'll need are: stamp, three Distress inks ( with different yet complimentary colors), card stock, circle stencils, and your memorable photo.
Let's start the fun!
Start off by preparing two die cut circles and your photo.
For the first circle, keep the negative part, as it will be used as a stencil later on in the activity.
For the second circle, keep the positive part, and make sure that it is a bit larger than your first one. This will serve as a backdrop for your precious photo.
Using your Distress inks, ink up your stamp and randomly print circles using your stencil, thus creating a lovely bubble effect.
As for me, I chose the colors: spun sugar, worn lipstick, and shabby shutters! I just love how the shades are so distinct yet flattering when put together!
Just a tip: You can overlap some of the circles and even let some go over the page.
Also make sure that you go right to the end of your stencil to create a smooth bubble effect!
Once you are happy and satisfied with the formation of your bubbles, you can now mount your page into a cardstock.
I chose a pretty purple cardstock to mount on and further enhance my layout.
Wait! Now That You Have A Colorful Photo Background Ready, Then You'll Need To Start Incorporating Them To Your Layout....Let Me Show You...
Finally, you can add a title on the page to finish it off!
As for me, I chose a black script sentiment for my title, just to balance off the colors and the overall look of my layout.
Isn't it a simple yet fabulous scrapbook layout that you can easily make? I am really happy with how everything turned out!
I hope this inspired you to create your own colorful and vibrant layouts!
for more creative and enjoyable designs for your next scrapbook projects!