Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Pushing My Scrapbook Patterned Paper Story

Have you ever considered that you have a scrapbook patterned paper story? Those are the prints you are drawn to and select again and again for your layouts. My typical pattern story is simple and geometric: dots, stripes, chevrons and grids, for the most part. 



This page is about our granddaughter at one day old. Isn't she adorable? The baby blanket in the photo inspired me to create this Pinterest board and push my patterned paper story to include a leopard print as part of the design. I'm happy with the result because I included just enough of the new pattern to make a statement while staying true to my style.

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8 comments:

  1. Fabulous layout! Lucy is adorable and quite fashionable! :) This is an interesting question. I am all about the small polka dots, strips and small florals. I branch out too, but the others are my staples that I turn to over and over.

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  2. She's adorable! I like the crocheted embellishments you used to match her cap.

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  3. She is such a pretty baby! Congrats! Love your layout!

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  4. I love the leopardprint paper. It's something I would never think about using - it really would push my pattern story! - but you have made it work beautifully here

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  5. So lovely, really darling photo!

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  6. What a cute layout! And, yes, she is adorable!!

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  7. Sweet page, Sue!
    And she is lovely!

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