Falling In Love DSP Scrapbook Layout

The Falling In Love DSP which is available in the Stampin’ Up! 2017 Occasions catalog has some great designs for cards and scrapbook pages alike.

Today, I’m sharing a simple scrapbook layout with the floral Rich Razzleberry pattern which comes in this 12″x12″ Falling In Love paper pack.

On the page above, I simply cut 5 Rich Razzleberry card stock pieces at 4.25″x4.25″ and spaced  4 of them 1/4″ from sides; centering the last as a center diamond.  This leaves space for 5 4″x4″ photos, or as I did here- an embellishment with the Jar of Love stamps & dies in the center.

Since you typically get 2 of each pattern in a pack of DSP (unless it is a specialty paper), it makes it easy to do double page layouts using the DSP as the background paper.

Using DSP as your background paper provides interest and can provide texture too, depending on the paper.

As you see in the second page of the layout, I continued with the Jar of Love products on a Stitched Shapes Framelits Oval to create the area which will hold a title/journal area.  The photo mats for this page are 4.25″x6.25″ and 3.25″x4.25″.  These mats are spaced 1/2″ from sides and each other.

These pages went together quickly for me.  It did help that I had previously stamped and cut the Jar of Love materials when I was working on another project.

The design for these pages creates easy layout template where many other patterned papers and stamp/die sets could be substituted to make another theme.  Try substituting the Falling In Love DSP for the Urban Underground DSP and the Jar of Love items for the Build It tools.  Do both layouts & add photos and check Mother’s Day and Father’s Day off your list!

Until next time…





3 thoughts on “Falling In Love DSP Scrapbook Layout”

  1. Hello Joanne!

    I’m enjoying all your creations, you are very good at what you do! We had our first card class at the Foundry this past Sunday. We were in the basement because the upstairs was booked for a bridal shower. Krista looks forward to the classes, and she is coming along with her card-making skills. I was wondering if you could give a step-by-step tutorial/lesson on using the mason jar stamps and punches/dies. I would like to see your take on how to make the jar “look like” it has water in it with a floral arrangement. If this is something that you wish not to do, it’s O.K. I’m a visual learner and learn a lot by watching and taking notes. We missed you at class, but understand it’s physically hard for you to attend. Take care and keep wishing for an early spring!

    Your Card Pals,
    Elaine & Krista

  2. Elaine,
    Thank you for the compliments.
    So sorry to have missed everyone. I’m sure it was nice to see everyone after the Winter break & make some of my up-line Larissa’s cute cards. Hopefully, I’ll be able to stop in one of the next two gatherings.
    Of course I would be happy to show you how to make a water filled jar! I have done it a few ways (different techniques & coloring mediums) in the past, but have since mailed those cards. I’ll work on some new ones very soon & remember to take step-by-step photos for a future blog post tutorial. Give me a bit to get it all put together for post.
    Have a great day.

    1. Hi Joanne,

      I love the new dragonfly stamp and die set! We made some at card class last Sunday. Thank you very much for working on the jar tutorial for me, Krista will be thrilled, she’s very into the shaker cards, always trying to learn new techniques. Take your time putting the tutorial together, we have 2 craft shows to prepare for the next two weeks!

      Thank You,
      Elaine & Krista too!

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