Scraplift Inspiration

One of my favorite things about scrapbooking–and crafting in general–is the creative sharing that occurs. Scraplifting can open my eyes to different styles and ideas. Plus, it gives way to fast scrapping! I challenge myself to look at every page and think of a way to suit it to my needs.

Though children aren’t a part of my life right now, I fell in love with this page by Erica Hernandez. (Get full details of the page here.)


My take is below. (I used an Abba song featured in Mama Mia as inspiration.) I trimmed bees and flowers from the base patterned paper to use as pop up accents.. My title is larger to emphasize the theme, and I rounded the corners of the photos for a softer look. Because the background is so busy, I mounted both the photos and title letters on white cardstock, and outlined the edges of each letter with a black marker to make them stand out even more.


SOURCES Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: BasicGrey. Letter stickers: SEI.

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  1. Great Scraplift! I loved this original layout and your interpretation is fab. The bees are adorable :O)