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Scrapbooking Tips: Creating Wet Layouts

Hi dear crafty friends!

Today on Scrapbooking Tips: Creating Wet Layouts. It's summer outside and on the northern hemisphere it's HOT! One of the best things to do on a hot day is spend it in the water.Today I want to share some ideas for layouts telling the stories of those "wet" fun days!



Scrapbooking Tips: Creating Wet Layouts

Sea colors backgrounds

Create a page with ocean colors that blend together with the photo. That will immediately give your page the right atmosphere and mood. It can be a pattern with waves, a paper with blue and green colors or even a white cardstock that you can paint or spray yourself to match the colors of the photo.



Add "wet" embellishments

Add "wet" motifs to your page like: sea shells, waves, lighthouse or palm trees. Anything that relates to the beach, the ocean or the swimming pool will complete the look of your page. You can use stickers, cut outs, die cut shapes or fussy cut images from your paper.



Give it texture

Adding texture is another way of creating a layout with beach or pool photos. Add a wave pattern with modeling paste, a faux fishing net made from gauze or cheese cloth. Real sand or sea shells from the beach will also be a great addition.



Sometimes all those photos look a little bit the same because of the blue waters and sky and sometimes they are taken in the same beach or swimming pool. Use these ideas to create different layouts every time and make them fun and interesting! I hope you found these Scrapbooking Tips: Creating Wet Layouts useful.

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