Enchanted Double Page Inspiration

How wonderful is this new Enchanted Collection? And when you have the perfect photos to capture it makes it truly magical. I scrapped these photos of my friend’s grand kids, making this a truly magical layout capturing their memories beautifully.

Products used
Enchanted Collection: P2786 Mystical | P2787 Fairytale | P2791 Utopia
KC Products: CT966 Collectibles, SK812 Sticker Book, CS357 Clear Stamps DD3341 Antique Keys Decorative Die, Foam Tape, IP751 Chocolate ink pad
The gorgeous flowers in this collection are easy to fussy cut and layer to create interest.
Collectibles elements and sticker with words on are a favorite to use on layouts – raising them with foam tape adds interest with dimension.
Running out of red glitter cardstock? No Problem!
To create my magical keys, I covered a sheet of cardstock with red glitter washi tape, and then die-cut the keys out of that to create my magical keys.
Adhere strips of washi tape to a piece of white cardstock. Each strip is flush with the previous strip to create a continues piece of glitter cardstock.
Then die-cut your keys out of the sheet of cardstock to create metallic keys.
The cute red hearts in glitter is from my die-cut keys – the one key has these magical hearts inside it and cutting it leaves you with more embellishments to add to your layouts.
Nothing says magical like these gorgeous coloured mushrooms. See how I added some purple Kaiser Mist splats to my layout, repeating the beautiful purple hues in the mushrooms but also from my photos. A simple design principle – repeating colours and elements.
Finishing touches like ink splats, rhinestones, punched borders and brads add loads of interest to my layout. Until next time!

5 thoughts on “Enchanted Double Page Inspiration”

  1. WOW Jowilna, Your layout is indeed a very, inspirational one. I fell in love with the Enchanted collection on release day and your layout uses the collection to perfection. I’m in awe of your creation today as I am all of your work and I love your fussy cutting techniques. Thank you for sharing.

    1. Thank you Isabella – I must say I also fell in love with this range! So glad you are inspired – we would love to see some creations from you! xxx

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