I also created this page, based on several challenges:
1. March/April Issue Challenge at Club CK, to make your journaling into a decorative strip or other design element.
2. "Spring Flowers" class by Kim Watson at Club CK. Kim Watson is my #1 go to scrapbooker, whose pages I love to drool over and find fun ideas. In her Spring Flowers class, she walks you through creating fun pleated flowers using Washi tape (or you can use patterned paper strips, if you don't have Washi tape). She also gives info on creating your page title, by masking with stickers and using Spray Mist.
3. I based my layout on Sketch #204 from Creative Scappers.
I used the Washi (or Smash) tape on two of my flowers and tried a thin strip of patterned paper for the third one. I had a lot of fun with these, and they will most likely show up on future layouts!! After I misted my title, I realized my yellow wasn't as "yellow" as I thought it was. Even though my title letters were visible, it was still really light, so I decided to add the multi-colored stitching to work in with the colors on my layout and I just outlined the word "world" with a fine tip Sharpie. One of my favorite things about the SketchBook line, is that there are some awesome patterns that are perfect for fussy cutting!! The cute circular flowers, camera, and cloud were all cut from some of the 12x12 papers. I love adding dimensional adhesive to pop up some of the elements on my pages, to help add visual interest.
If you get a chance, check out some of the fun stuff going on at Club CK! I think you would really enjoy getting some tips from Kim's class...I know I did!! :)
Cardstock: Bazzill & The Paper Studio
Patterned Paper: American Crafts
Smash Tape: K&Company
Mini Market Stickers: October Afternoon
Stickers used for Masking: Crate Paper & Bella Blvd.
Font: CK Emily
Spray Mist: October Afternoon & Tattered Angels
Embroidery Floss: Janlynn
Brads: The Paper Studio & Bazzill
Edgers: Provo Craft
Rub Ons: Basic Grey
Baker's Twine: The Twinery