How to Build a Layout

A quick guide on how I built this page. Hope you enjoy!

How to Build a Layout
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1
 Ink the edges of the paper with ink in Rusty Bucket, then add more to the rust streaks already in the paper pattern. Next stencil some detail around the page. Add some stamping to the background.

Ink the edges of the paper with ink in Rusty Bucket, then add more to the rust streaks already in the paper pattern. Next stencil some detail around the page. Add some stamping to the background.

2
Cut a few of the "planks" on the paper and curl them down. Then start adding layers under the photo. Matt them on cardboard for dimension.

Cut a few of the "planks" on the paper and curl them down. Then start adding layers under the photo. Matt them on cardboard for dimension.

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3
Start playing with the placement of your flowers and other embellishments until you get them where you want them. Add pop dots to some for more dimension.

Start playing with the placement of your flowers and other embellishments until you get them where you want them. Add pop dots to some for more dimension.

4
I prepped the chipboard with a coat of gesso before I inked it to match the "rusty" details.

I prepped the chipboard with a coat of gesso before I inked it to match the "rusty" details.

5
Adhere your embellishments.

Adhere your embellishments.

6
As a finishing touch I added some splatters with acrylic paint in Terra Cotta.

As a finishing touch I added some splatters with acrylic paint in Terra Cotta.

7
A close up of the details.

A close up of the details.

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Detail close-up.

Detail close-up.

9
Close-up of the large flower cluster.

Close-up of the large flower cluster.

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Another detail close-up.

Another detail close-up.

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More details.

More details.

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