Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Sunburst Technique in a scrapbook layout

This is another layout I designed for my November scrapbooking class. 

One of my girls saw a card that I had made using the sunburst technique and commented that she wanted to learn how to make it. Trouble is that she is primarily a scrapbooker....and does not attend many card classes.  

So I decided to apply the technique to this scrapbook layout....same technique, just on a much larger scale. 

This layout features my beautiful grandaughter Brielle when she was just a wee one. 

To create this layout I first started with Bermuda Bay cardstock. 

To create the starburst I cut 7 pieces of scrap cardstock into 1.5 x 6 inch pieces and then cut them diagonnally corner to corner to make 14 pieces.  I then measured three inches down and marked a line. This was where I began attaching the wedge shaped paper with Tombow. 

A punched circle in real red cardstock covered up the tips of the sunburst.  

I used the five petal flower punch  and the scalloped border punch and some daffodil delight cardstock to give the layout a bit of bright interest.  

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