For a single lady I'm extremely picky about wedding paper. And there isn't much out there that I love which means there isn't much here at the shop. But when I saw the Anna Griffin winter line last fall I knew I had to have it....for Christmas and for wedding. It comes in two tones, silver and gold and either collection is perfect for your special occasion.
Here's a single page spread I created during the 4 day crop.
I started by layering lots and lots of patterns and textures. First the base paper then another layer on the diagonal. Then a pearl lining border. The photo mats are double matted with a 3rd print, a solid and photo corners. To give them extra dimension they are popped up with foam tape.
The layout still needed a focal point so I started playing with the triangles of paper cut from my 2nd layer. It resulted in a flower...I have step by step instructions below. The center is a Bling Brad from Bazzill.
So here's how to make the flower...
(I cut my 4 triangles in half for a total of 8 to make the flower)
4. Flip and fluff. Use your finger to open the center area up to give it extra dimension. Repeat for all 8 piece and layer for a flower!
If you haven't seen the winter layout yet, here it is again!
I combined 4 prints from both the gold and silver collections, plus mats from the Creative Imagination's Real Wood Collection.
I added dimension with popped up die cut and tinsel from Melissa Frances.