Hi everyone! Stacy Cohen here with a Pinterest-inspired layout. When I'm looking for fresh inspiration, I love to browse through Pinterest. Not necessarily at scrapbooking pages, but home décor, design, and even food Pins. These non-crafty pins can sometimes provide fresh design ideas for scrapbook layouts. (You may remember that last year I shared a scrapbook page I created inspired by a photo of a cake I found on Pinterest!)
Here's a wall art Pin that caught my eye. It was pinned from a blog called Pretty Providence:
I loved the design and layout of the framed wall art in the photo, and I thought it would translate very well to the scrapbook page. Here's the layout I created based on it:
I used a die to cut out the frames, then I backed them with scraps of patterned paper. I wanted to keep the overall layout pretty clean and simple, but I added tiny clusters of color coordinated flowers, buttons and gems to each of the frames to add some fun little details.
Supplies: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Patterned paper: Echo Park, Jillibean Soup, Queen & Co.; Flowers: Prima and Queen & Co.: Gems: Queen & Co.; Die: Simon Says Stamp.
Next time you're looking for some inspiration for your crafty projects, be sure to check out Pinterest!