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Interactive Double Layout

Hi Lovelies,

Today I'm sharing with you another sneak peek of an upcoming double Layout Class whit the wonderful Helen! In this class you will create two stunning layouts using two different ranges, both of them having interactive pieces which makes them super fun to create and look at!

The first layout features the new Bo Bunny 'Cotton Tail' range which is filled with various pastel coloured flowers and patterns with lots of adorable bunnies hidden among them. This layout is perfect for all of those precious Easter photos you would have collected over the past few weeks.

As I mentioned earlier, this layout also features a fun little interactive element, which also doubles on practicality. With this lift out you can add two photos to the one section of the layout or hide a special secret message.

This chipboard sentiment is so gorgeous and intricate! Helen has inked the chipboard to match the layout and added a light coat of crackle accents to make it really standout.

A few cut outs and some delicate seam binding make these sweet little tags which Helen has arranged down the middle of the Layout.

It wouldn't be a Helen Hollands layout without some fussy-cutting. There are so many beautiful flowers to fussy-cut from this range and Helen has chosen these adorable buds to tuck between the layers.

It is sometimes hard to come across a layout design which is incredibly stunning but also has ample space for full size photos but this layout is exactly that! 

The second layout in this class is more of a summertime themed page which features 'Hello Summer' by Celebr8. This layout is perfect to collate some of your favourite memories from the start of the year.

Helen has constructed this stunning interactive waterfall element which is also perfect for storing multiple photos.

Just a little clip of the waterfall in action as a photo really doesn't do it justice. You won't be able to keep yourself from playing with it!

Despite how fun it is to play with the pull-out waterfall,  I have to say my favorite part of the layout is this stunning cluster! Helen has layered fussy-cut pieces, finished with pearls and Giltzen Glamour!

Helen's classes are always a  massive hit so if you wish to create these two stunning layouts, make sure to contact us to secure your seat.


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