I used the knife tool in my Silhouette Studio software to cut up a circle into pie shaped wedges to create the focal area behind my photos, then I cut each one out of a different patterned paper from the kit!
After that I added in some stitching down the centre of each wedge, except the plaid one, and then layered my photos onto a eighth patterned paper and tucked a leaf shaped doily behind it.
As you can see, I used lots of different oranges on this page!
The rustic twill ribbon in this kit is just so pretty and perfect, I used it to add some texture to my page by creating little layered loops with it.
The stitching in the ribbon is what inspired the stitching on this layout.
I hand cut a couple of leaves to layer behind this sweet wooded acorn element.
I love these little cut apart phrases from Pretty Little Studios, I chose three that suited my photos and added little fish tails to one side before adhering them to my page.
I couldn't resist stitching "wind movement" onto my page for these cute chipboard leaves. I knew that I wanted to do this for these leaves right away but couldn't decide what to do with a second set of leaves.
A few simple accents on the top left of my photos, adds some lovely pop.
I finished my layout by trimming down the background cardstock to 10 3/4" (ish) and added some more plaid patterned paper beneath it. After adding more stitching, I embellished it with the other two chipboard leaves, a chipboard phrase and an epoxy button.
I have created another process video for this layout, you can check it out below or here on my You-Tube channel!
Supply List: American Crafts cardstock and leaf doily; Pebbles patterned paper and wood elements; Bella Blvd patterned paper and ephemera; Echo Park patterned paper, chipboard and enamel dots; Pretty Little Studios cut apart phrases; May Arts ribbon; Twinery bakers twine (from the August Kit); American Crafts vellum (from my stash) and brown Mr. Huey's (from my stash).
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