Have you ever looked at one of your scrapbook layouts and thought to yourself that it needed a little… something to liven it up or make it complete? Borders are a great way to do that – and these scrapbook border designs may be just what you’ve been waiting for!
Even in digital the Textile Paper Packs have a great feel to them. So many different uses for these paper packs and they work so well together! The colours and the textures complement each other fantastically. Let’s dive into some digital scrapbooking!
Have you seen the Timber, Stone and Cloth Paper Packs yet? I absolutely love how realistic the textures are! These border designs came about by indecision. So many shades and textures, how could I choose just a few? What if I laid strips of my favourites side by side, marquetry-style, and used the resulting patterns to create richly textured borders? Read on to see what I came up with!
Scrapbooking border ideas with the Textile Paper Packs are endless! It’s fun to use your imagination to come up with different options with each and every collection. There are endless options of tools you can use to create scrapbooking borders, but keep reading to find out what tools I used!
Hi, everyone! Have you seen the Cloth, Timber and Stone papers? WOW, the patterns are gorgeous! It really was hard selecting only a few patterns on my layout because I wanted to use them all. Keep reading to find out what patterns I decided on!
Several years ago when my mom retired from her 20-year teaching career, she decided to make a ninety-degree change and become a student – learning quilting! She spent hours upon hours learning the process, techniques and stitching from an expert quilter from her church, and took on the time-consuming challenge of making thoughtful, personalised quilts for all four of her kids, as well as her grandkids.
She’s made me two patchwork quilts that I absolutely adore, one ballet-themed and one themed around my dogs, and they’re my favourite gifts from her. Today’s Patchwork Quilt Scrapbook Layout was inspired by my love of these quilts. Let’s take a look!