#Selfie Scrapbook Page Layout

Posted by Latrice Murphy
Lets create something about you today! Learn how to make a scrapbook layout focused around your best #selfie.

Hello there Blitsy papercrafters! Today I'm here to share with you a page based on the selfie craze. I don't take many selfies of myself, so when I do, I always try to get them onto some pretty paper. The Echo Park #selfie collection is perfect for this. The layout today only took me about 20 minutes to complete and is full of color. I chose to print a black and white 4x4 photo to bring more attention to it in the center of the page. Let's get started on putting it all together.

Here's what you 'll need

Cardstock- American Crafts 12x12 Summer Pack

Echo Park #selfie 12x12 Collection kit

TombowFoam Tabs

Tombow MONO permanent adhesive

Fiskars Paper Trimmer

Fiskars Amplify scissors

Tombow Monotwin pen

Washi tape

Letter stickers

Choose patterned papers, stickers and letter stickers for the page. See below that both glitter letter stickers and stickers from the kit were used.

Create the layout by layering cards cut from a 12x12 piece from the kit. I love that page because it had a great space for journaling, the #selfie card became my title and the card added lots of color and patterns to the page.

Once the cards are layered, place the 4x4 photo in the center. My photo was matte on two piece of patterned paper. All edged of the cards and photo were drawn around with a black pen. This gives it a finished feel and little pop for contrast. Take a look at the full finished page below!

To finish up add stickers, letter stickers and anyother embellishments you choose. Add 3D adhesive behind some and cluster your embellishments to create a triangle affect on the page. This will keep it balanced.

Can you believe I didn't use my sewing machine on this? This page was created as a fast page, so I didn't feel the need to do that this time. The black ink drawn around each piece gives me that finished feel I love. I hope that I've inspired you to get those selfies off your smart phone and onto some paper. Future generations will want to see you too. Happy scrapping.