Creating a scrapbook layout using the latest launch Moonlit Garden collection kit from 49 and Market sounds like a wonderful project! The November sketch inspiration is a great way to get your creative juices flowing. Here’s a step-by-step tutorial to help you put together a beautiful scrapbook layout using this collection:
Select the photos you want to include on your layout. You can print them in different sizes to add variety to your design. Make sure they match the color scheme and theme of the Moonlit Garden collection.
Use a 12″x12″ scrapbook paper as the base for your layout. This will serve as the foundation for your design.
Start arranging your photos and 49 and Market collection kit papers and elements on the page. The November sketch can guide you on the placement of your photos and embellishments. You can add layers to your photos and papers for dimension. Don’t glue anything down just yet; this step is all about finding the right arrangement.
Once everything is in place and you’re satisfied with the design, use adhesive to secure everything to the base paper. Be mindful of the dimensions, and use foam adhesive or pop-dots to add dimension to certain elements.
Take a step back and review your layout. Make any final adjustments or additions as needed. Allow your layout to dry completely before placing it in your scrapbook album.
Your Moonlit Garden scrapbook layout is complete! Share it with friends and family or display it in your scrapbook album. You can also use this layout as inspiration for future projects.
49 and Market products:
- Vintage Artistry Moonlit Garden – 12×12 Paper Collection
- Vintage Artistry Moonlit Garden – Laser Cut Elements
- Vintage Artistry Moonlit Garden – Wildflowers Laser Cut
- Vintage Artistry Moonlit Garden – Ephemera Bits
- Vintage Artistry Moonlit Garden – Chipboard Set
- Vintage Artistry Moonlit Garden – Chipboard Words
- Rustic Bouquet – Bluejay – 49 and Market
- Wildflowers Paper Flowers – Celery – 49 and Market
Remember that the most important thing is to enjoy the process and let your creativity flow.