Commemorate that special coming-of-age with this pretty scrapbook layout.
- 2 Sheets BasicGrey Urban Prairie Monarch
- BasicGrey Urban Prairie Petticoat
- BasicGrey Urban Prairie Morning Glory
- BasicGrey Urban Prairie Milk
- BasicGrey Urban Prairie Bluebird
- BasicGrey Urban Prairie Kettle
- BasicGrey Urban Prairie Alpha stickers
- BasicGrey Urban Prairie Chip sticker Alphas
- Black Pen
- Craft Knife
- White Pen
- Cutting Mat
1. Trim barcode strip off of the Bluebird paper.
2. Cut Kettle Paper down to 11”x11”.
3. Cut one sheet of the Monarch paper to 11 1/4” x 8” round the top left hand corner.
4. Take the bottom half of the Monarch paper and cut to 3”x 11 1/2” and round the bottom right had corner.
5. Cut Milk sheet to 7”x 9 1/4” .
6. Cut Morning Glory paper to 5 1/4” x 6 3/4”.
7. Cut Petticoat into thin strip about 11 1/2”x1”.
8. Take second sheet of the Monarch paper, using a cutting mat and craft knife with a sharp blade. Carefully cut out the yellow, pink, and blue butterfly with a small edge.
9. Apply the Kettle paper on top of the Bluebird paper leaving about a 1/2” edge.
10. Adhere the 11 1/4" sheet of Monarch paper to the top portion of the black sheet.
11. Adhere the 7” sheet of the Milk paper 1” inside the Monarch paper.
12. With scalloped scissors, cut Petticoat paper in a wave. Apply to the bottom portion of the Milk paper.
13. Adhere the 3” Monarch paper to the bottom portion on the bottom half of the Petticoat paper.
14. Adhere you 5 x 6 1/2” photo on to the Morning Glory paper.
15. Place in the bottom left portion of the page.
16. Adhere the other photo to the upper right hand corner.
17. Add the chip alpha’s above the large picture.
18. Add the stars on top of two of the letters. Use a white pen to add detail to the T and the N.
19. Add the alpha stickers just above the chip alphas.
20. Take the cut out butterflies and fold the two whole butterflies in half. Add adhesive to the middle center and adhere to the top of the identical yellow butterfly.
21. Adhere the other butterflies where you desire.
22. Use a black pen to dot the page with lines.