How to Mix Embellishments to Create Texture

Hello! Samantha with you today to share a layout using embellishments from my favorite new planner collection, Great Outdoors. Mixing embellishments to create texture is a fun way to add interest to any layout.

 

How to Mix Embellishments to create texture on a scrapbook layout

Supplies: Outdoors Stick on PocketsOutdoors Rice Paper Border Stickers, Outdoors Planner Stickers, Outdoors Epoxy Stikcers, Outdoors Puffy Stickers, Southwest Adventure Paper Crafting Kit, Marbleous Paper Pad

How to Mix Embellishments to create texture on a scrapbook layout

These new Stick On Pockets are one of my favorite ways to add texture to layouts. They’re a bit plastic-y (so they’re strong) which also gives them a bit of a vellum look. For and even more interesting look, I layered up 2 pockets on top of each other.

How to Mix Embellishments to create texture on a scrapbook layout

The grouping pictured above mixes patterns already printed on the patterned paper, rice paper border stickers, planner card stock stickers, and epoxy stickers to create a cluster of embellishments that’s visually interesting and draws you into the layout.

How to Mix Embellishments to create texture on a scrapbook layout

Carrying a mix of embellishments (epoxy, card stock, puffy, etc.) throughout the layout helps keep the layout looking cohesive. With all the choices in Paper House’s new Great Outdoors collection, you’ll have plenty of options to choose from! How do you mix embellishments to create texture on your layouts?
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