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Wedding Scrapbook Layout | Craft O’Clock “Our Story” Paper Collection

Add a little variety to your typical scrapbook layouts with a uniquely-shaped page! Layouts like this are perfect for the first or last page of your scrapbook album.

For this project, I’m using a combination of paper collections from Craft O’Clock: “Our Story” and “Vintage Bisou”.

Our Story” and “Vintage Bisou” paper collections available at the Sandpaper Road shop (USA).
The flower circle wreath paper is one of the sheets in the “Our Story” paper collection.

I used a dinner plate from my kitchen and a pencil to trace a circle around the wreath, and then I cut out the circle using my Tonic scissors. At the “11:00” and “5:00” points of the wreath, I fussy cut out the flowers so they extended off the edge of the circle.

I used a blending tool to ink the edges of the circle with Distress Ink in “Vintage Photo”.

Watch the full video tutorial to see the details of how I created this layout, specifically how I attached the decorative “hat pins” as the “hands” of this clock-wreath. I had one idea for attaching them, but after I tried it on-camera, I saw that it didn’t look good at all. Check out the tutorial below:

I LOVE this layout so much, and I hope you are inspired to try a round layout in your next scrapbook album! Please SHARE this post with your crafty friends! And as always, THANK YOU for following the Sandpaper Road blog!

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