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Honey Hearts Scrapbook Layout


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This quick and easy scrapbook layout from Spellbinders is perfect for pictures of your favorite folks. Just follow this free scrapbook layout guide!

Honey hearts Free Scrapbook Layout


  • Spellbinders Die Templates S4-137 Classic Hearts, S4-143 Scalloped Long Rectangles, S3-150 Ribbon Tags Trio
  • Fancy Pants Heart Throb paper
  • Prism red cardstock
  • Beacon Zip Dry Glue
  • Craft knife
  • brown ribbon


  1. Cut all the Classic Hearts (S4-137) at once. Place them on a magnetic sheet or Spellbinders’ Magnetic Spacer Plate. This will keep the dies from slipping during cutting.
  2. Trim patterned paper to 11" x 11".
  3. Print title onto white cardstock. Cut/emboss using Ribbon Tags Trio (S3-150).
  4. Color the tag’s edges with light brown ink.
  5. In order to make a scalloped mat large enough for a 4x6" photo, you'll need to put 2 rectangles together. Cut/emboss two (2) Scalloped Long Rectangles Large (S4-143), the largest size, from red cardstock.
  6. Trim off the scalloped edge from one rectangle, along the long side. Adhere it onto the second die cut.
  7. Trim a 4x6" photo to 3 7/8" x 5 3/4" and mount it onto the scalloped mat.
  8. Cut a portion of the printed papers’ pattern, along the lines of the hearts and swirls. Tuck the matted photo underneath it and adhere.
  9. Assemble the layout by adding heart frames, title with ribbon accents and journaling under photo.

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