In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, today’s post is all about Love! Because of my busy schedule, most of the pages I create are based around important events. Birthdays, vacations, school, etc. Every once in a while I have to remind myself to slow down and reflect. Scrapbook pages that are based around life’s reflections are a great way to share your thoughts and feelings with your family. They also can help you to remember to be thankful for what you have or where you have come in life.
If you would like to follow along and create this page I’ve included a sketch for you to follow. I tend to use 4×6 photos on my pages because they are easy to print, grab and go!
If you own an electronic cutting machine, you can download the SVG version of my page title, arrow and heart background. I also included the PNG version for those who do digital pages. Download the files here!
I used another trick this month to create my page title. I cut my arrow shaped base first in gray without the letters. I cut a second gray border with the letter shapes included. I adhered both together with the plain arrow behind.
Download the SVG file and PNG files of the heart border here!
I then cut my letters out of flocked or fuzzy adhesive vinyl. Flocked vinyl or paper is a great way to add texture and depth to your Diecuts. Adding thin vinyl shapes to a page can be tricky because the material is so thin and doesn’t hold its shape like cardstock does. My double cut arrow with the letters cut out forms a guide for me to place my vinyl letters into. The guide makes it quick and easy!