Lynette’s Dazzling Blue Layout

I love all the colour blue…in all of its shades, so it is not surprising that I chose the Dazzling Blue paper pack to scrap the photo’s I took of my granddaughter Leane with her Oupa.
Lynette's Beautiful Dazzling Blue Layout

I wanted to use as many of the patterned papers as possible and ended up matting my photos on the B Side of the Betty Brick paper.

Lynettes Dazzling Blue Layout - Smile

I also used both sides of the Brush Marx & Co Dotty paper and both sides of the Script paper. I used the B sides of Fairy Tales Times and Macho Camo. I like to outline all the different papers to create some separation.

Lynettes Dazzling Blue Layout - Hearts

I wanted to add a contrasting colour with mixed media and embellishments. I stencilled some plus signs with Distress Ink in Antique Linen through a stencil and then added my layers so that the different paper layers would be visible.

Lynettes Dazzling Blue Layout - Journal

I used one of the 4×3 cut apart cards as a tag to the side of the photos. After adding my photo to my patterned paper layers I added some chipboard circles, wood veneer hearts and flowers to two clusters diagonally across from one another.

Lynettes Dazzling Blue Layout - Kiss

I completed the embellishments by adding some small gold bling around the page.

Lynettes Dazzling Blue Layout - Remember

The Dazzling Blue paper pack was a perfect match for these dazzling photos!

Inspiration Design Team
It’s easy to spot a Lynette Jacobs layout; her style is clean, bright and extremely emotive. I’ve been following her work for some time now, and have always marvelled at the subtle detail and form that she brings to her projects. But, the second I met her, I knew I wanted to work with her… Read more here »
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