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Maggie Holmes Design Team : Life Is Lovely

By Jcchris
Hello again! I'm back to share with you another project that I absolutely love! One skill that I think I have is layering. If you know my style, you'll know I love to add layers to all my projects. Layering really gives so much depths and textures. Assembling a good layout is all about the details. The positioning of the photos and embellishments need to be placed on the layout in a way that they compliment and enhance the photo(s). It is fairly important to take some time to think thru and have a little plan on how you want to build those layers are you create!
Maggie Holmes Design Team : Life Is Lovely
For this layout, I started off with gathering some paper scraps that I was left with from the previous project. I cut them into squares and rectangular blocks. Then I adhered them after I have composed  I positioned my photo somewhere in the middle towards the right side. Next, I layered some gold floral vellum to create the classy look. Just by adding more stickers and more fussy cutting elements really gave the dimension I was going for! To complete the layout, just add some tiny bits of  paper doilies and a patterned paper as the frame for the layout. 
Maggie Holmes Design Team : Life Is LovelyTo create fun dimension on your layout, use thicker embellishments like chipboard stickers. It will instantly create the dimension and added textures too. 
Maggie Holmes Design Team : Life Is Lovely
Maggie Holmes Design Team : Life Is LovelyLayering has been one of my preferred techniques whenever I create. It definitely gives a very interesting outcome to my creations. I hope you will give it a try!

Thanks for coming by!Xoxo JessySupplies : Maggie Holmes 

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