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Mom Scrapbook Layout

By: Cathy Chlebana for Spellbinders

This memorial Scrapbook layout from Spellbinders is great for vintage photos of mom and features the Borderabilities Grand Die Template for this quick yet elegant piece.

Mother Scrapbook Layout


  • Spellbinders Templates S4-043 Daisy Patch Edgeability, S4-142 Long Classic Rectangles, Large, S4-144 Long Classic Rectangles, Small, S7-003 Grand Daisy Border
  • WorldWin Lt. Totally Tan ColorMates
  • Glorious Green DoubleMates cardstocks
  • Fancy Pants rub-ons
  • Copic Melon, Olive, Orange Spica Pens
  • Green patterned paper
  • automatic tape gun


  1. Trim a 12" x 12" sheet of Glorious Green cardstock to 11 1/2" x 11 1/2" and adhere to a 12" x 12" sheet of Lt. Totally Tan cardstock.
  2. Mat the photo using the green cardstock and a 1/8" border. Adhere it to green patterned paper leaving a ¼" border.
  3. The Daisy Edge Border (S7-003) is cut from Lt. Totally Tan cardstock, using the reverse stenciling process: Cover the inside of the border die with Adirondak Lemonade Pigment Ink, then cut and emboss as usual.
  4. Remove the die and color the swirls, dots and leaves with a green glitter pen and use an orange one for the centers of the daisies.
  5. Using the Daisy Patch Edgeability (S4-043), cut/emboss one of the small daisies as you did with the border die.
  6. Computer generate your journaling and print it on tan cardstock. Cut/emboss it using one of the small Long Classic Rectangles. The green patterned paper used as a mat will be cut and embossed from a larger Long Classic Rectangle die.
  7. Again using the tan cardstock, cut/emboss an even larger Long Classic Rectangle from the large set.
  8. Adhere the border, photo, journaling block and daisy to the dark green background. Finish by adding a rub on to the lower left corner.
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