Sunday, 16 March 2014
I used baker's twine to help guide the eye around this layout by simply draping it among the flowers and adding the occasional loop, knot, or bow. To bring attention to the central photo I placed vellum over the two side photos to mute the colors while still being able to see the image. This is a great trick to use if you have that less then perfect photo because the vellum can serve to camouflage any imperfections.
For more inspiration, stop by Practical Scrappers.
Top Tip: Don't forget to tie simple knots at the end of the twine for the finishing touch.