A little misting in the background, a combination of patterned paper, Thickers, buttons and chipboard, finished off with a side border. A great recipe that can be used over and over with different results every time.
When you create with texture and dimension, almost any resulting cluster will be visually interesting. Even if my favorite ingredient (patterned paper) is sparse.
Here I used leftover bits of paper all cut to the same size and had fun with the patterns and textures. Clusters definitely have a playful side.
This cluster is grounded to the page by placing it on a Silhouette die cut background. With their irregular edges and little nooks and crannies, clusters create interesting white space on the page.
|Collection Featured: Basic Grey Persimmon|
This series was inspired by the Layout Issue at Masterful Scrapbook Design.