Thinking of You -Scrapbook Layout

Hello everyone,
Parvathi Tripathi here today! Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and hence, I am here with a beautiful romantic mixed media layout using Little Birdie mixed media supplies.


I have a detailed step by step pictorial tutorial for you all.
So let’s get started😊
Step 1:  I started by using beautiful papers from the Little Birdie paper packs ‘L’Amour Des Fleurs’ and ‘Pretty in Pink’. I fussy cut some flower bunches and roses from the papers which I will be using for layering my layout.


Step 2: Next, I roughly cut one of the papers and distressed the edges and stuck it over the other making a half and half pattern. Once done, I applied a coat of clear gesso all over the surface.
Step 3: Using Little Birdie ‘Brick Stencil ‘and ‘Rose Milk’ – stone texture paste I randomly created textures on the papers.
Step 4: Next, I took chipboards and added a coat of white gesso. These chipboards are already primed and need no additional priming. But I wanted it to be whiter than they already were… hence this step.
Step4: To the white chipboards I added some chalk paints creating some beautiful shades matching the papers.
Step 5: I start the composition using die cuts and adding some laces and chipboard. I used heavy gel medium to stick the embellishments in place.
Step 6: To this, I added Little Birdie flowers and the fussy cut elements completing my basic composition. Now, to add more interest, I added some craft pellets randomly around the composition again using heavy gel medium.
Step 7: I added a sentiment chipboard “Thinking of You”  by sprinkling some gold Fairy Dust. To make the composition stand out I used Hot Pink shade from the Color Splash series to create a shadow effect.
Step 8: To give a final finishing, I added some white splatters using white Gesso. And my beautiful Mixed Media Layout is done😊 Here is a close up look of the final completed project.
Hope you guys liked my project and I could inspire you to make something beautiful. If you are inspired by this layout you can make your own version of it and share it with me and Itsy-Bitsy and we will be more than happy to see your beautiful makes.
Thank you so much for stopping by.
Products used: Papers from paper packs L’Amour Des Fleurs’ and ‘Pretty in Pink’, Clear Gesso, Brick Stencil, Stone Texture paste (Rose Milk), Heavy Gel medium, White Gesso, Little Birdie Handmade flowers, Little Birdie thin die cuts, Chipboards, Chalk Paints, Craft Pellets, Fairy dust(Gold), Color Splash (Hot Pink).
Lots of love and hugs,
Parvathi Tripathi 

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