I wanted to do something totally different for my Our House layout and I love circle elements…so that’s what I went with.
Lynette's Our House Layout

I cut my white cardstock to 11 x 11 inch and framed it with the beautiful Our House Wallpaper. I then cut circles from the various papers and stitched around the three larger ones. I also punched circles around the ‘love’ and ‘home’ words from the Crafter’s Paradise cut apart sheet. I went for a diagonal design and when I was happy with the placing I removed it all to add the Le Mask Picket Fence, pathway and Butterflies with distress inks through the stencil.

Lynette's Our House Layout - Butterflies
Lynette's Our House Layout - Picket Fence Stencil

I then added my paper circles to the page and popped up the smaller circles with foam dots. From the Cosy Room fussy cut sheet, I cut the boot with flowers to embellish the side of the photo. I heat embossed the ‘Our House’ and mushrooms, from the House & Garden Chipboard, in white embossing powder and placed it over the fussy cut boot and the right-hand side of the photo.

Lynette's Our House Layout - House Chipboard
Lynette's Our House Layout - Mushroom Chipboard

I finished my page by stitching around the white cardstock with variegated DMC thread and adding a few enamel dots.

Lynette's Our House Layout - Butterflies Stencil
Lynette's Our House Layout - Circle Punches
How often do you create using circles on your pages, as Lynette has done in her Our House Layout? Let us know in the comments below.

Products used in this layout: Our House an Ooh La Limited range

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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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