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.
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.
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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