Two posts within two days! Today’s scrapbook page takes inspiration from home decor to mix textures. I love using different textures on my page and as I like to use white frequently on my page, I often rely on texture to keep things interesting. For this page though I have used lots of different textures inspired from my own home and home decor photographs.
I created a subway tile background using the Martha Stewart Score board, a ruler and silver artline pen. It was quicker to create the background using the scoreboard than measuring and marking before ruling the lines. I then used a mixture of burlap, faux glass beads, lace, velvet ribbon, threads, tulle, metal plastic and woodgrain alphas to echo the textures found on cushions, in lounge rooms and in kitchens. The colours are inspired by the cushions found in our home, which fits well with the story of how the cushions from our couch are always on the floor – so often that I jokingly say that our couch is cushion repellant. A simple colour scheme works well when using lots of textures.
For more inspiration and ideas about mixing textures inspired by home decor had over to the Get It Scrapped article here.
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Supplies: Cardstock: Artee; Pen: Sharpie; Burlap: Unknown; Alphas: American Crafts; Laves: Green Tara; Crystal pin; Maya Road; Metal Flowers: TIm Holz; Finnibair; Lace: Prima; Ephemera: Simple Stories