Hello Friends! Today I have Pinterest inspiration layout – a layout inspired by a lovely photo I found on Pinterest. Using the Maggie Holmes Styleboard line gave my page the same feel as the inspiration picture. Read on to see how it all came together!
- Maggie Holmes Styleboard Blissful
- Maggie Holmes Styleboard Daydream
- Maggie Holmes Styleboard Pretty Palette
- Maggie Holmes Styleboard Instafriends
- Maggie Holmes Styleboard Vellum Pieces
- Maggie Holmes Styleboard Cork
- Maggie Holmes text paper (similar)
- Maggie Holmes Die Cuts
- Maggie Holmes Thickers (gold color)
- Ranger Multi Medium Matte
- Foam Adhesive
- Stapler, Twine
I’ve had this photo saved to one of my Pinterest boards for a while, I love the soft palette and the sweetness of this room.
I knew the Styleboard line would be perfect for creating the same feeling on my layout, so I started with the text paper for a soft, off-white background similar to the wall color in the photo. Next I created some texture like the various blankets on the bed; to achieve this look I used the Instafriends, Pretty Palette and Daydream papers, cut into thin strips and folded down the middle length-wise.
The photo area is comprised of paper layers and die cuts. I stapled and adhered these pieces together, tucking all the pieces between layers. I used foam adhesive under the bottom part of this area to build it up since the folded paper layers gave dimension to the top part.
I glued the vellum die cuts with Multi Medium Matte because it dries clear and you really can’t see it behind vellum. Love that!
The pinked-edge cork piece was cut in half and tucked behind the top paper strip. I glued other half of this piece along the bottom edge of my page, adhering a few more vellum hearts on top.
Given the text background of the page, I needed to add journaling on a tag so it would be easy to read. I slid the tag behind the embellishments below the photo area then added some twine from my stash. I adhered the twine with Multi Medium Matte as well, that way it won’t move around when I put the layout in a page protector.
The last step was adding the title! Can you tell I had to “Frankenstien” the letter T a little bit? Use what you’ve got, you’ll find a way to make it work 🙂
Find a favorite image on Pinterest and use it as inspiration for your next page! I think you’ll find your page comes together very quick when you’ve got inspiration.