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Layout of the Month - May

Hi Lovelies,

Each month at The Scrap N Patch the wonderful Helen designs a new double layout which is sold as a take home kit! As always, the layouts are just stunning and involve many fun techniques!

This month Helen has chosen the exciting new Prima 'Chery Blossom' range to create two pages of delicate pink goodness. 

The Cherry Blossom collection features various pink, grey and white tones and is filled with beautiful cherry blossom flowers and butterflies - everything you need to make a stunning layout!

One of Helen's signature statement accents is the use of chipboard embellishments which are so versatile and can be customised to match your project perfectly. Here Helen has used some fine copper glitter to cover the chipboard and match in with the copper accents in the page. This page really has a special sparkle and shine to it, it's divine!

These gorgeous lace blossoms have been paired with hand-dyed ribbon, delicate feathers and adorable little rose buds to create this stunning embellishment cluster! 

Despite all the stunning embellishments, there is still plenty of room to store your precious photos with two large mats and two medium mats. This layout would be just perfect for wedding photos! 

If you're not yet on our Layout of the Month pre-order list, then contact us todya to make sure you don't miss out as these kits always sell out fast! 


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