Seeing Double Scrapbook Process Video for 2Peas: Using Frames

In today's "Seeing Double" project video for 2Peas, I created both a layout and a card which you can view below:

In the layout I used frames to create an overlapping grid design that includes added embellishments and layers to give the items some dimension. I pulled die cuts and embellishments from a variety of manufacturers in soft pinks, teals, and blues so they would match. I'm really not limited to how I mix and match as long as they support my theme and work well together:

Here is a better view of the card, which also features many of the same supplies. While your products are on your desk, take a moment to create a card or tag. The design process will go more quickly while you in the mode of creating:

(You can view additional photos of this project HERE at 2Peas.)

Below is the start-to-finish video which includes both the card and layout design process. You can watch it below or HERE on the 2Peas Youtube channel:

I've suggested several frame products, as well as, linked you to the products I used to create this layout. You can search by "frames" at 2Peas to find even more ideas on how to use this fun embellishment.

Suggested Products (click photos for products or click HERE to view the product list on my blog):


  1. This is a super cute layout and card! Love the inspiration. I would never have mixed and matched all the different embellishments the way you did until viewing your video. I love the freedom this hobby gives us to use what we love!

    By the way, this week started the new Funday Friday challenges over on my blog. I hope you can join in on this week's awesome sketch challenge! Would love to see what you create!
    Jo's Scrap Shack

  2. I know that you prepare ahead of time for the video -- and I certainly appreciate that. But when you were creating originally -- did you complete the upper left quadrant before proceeding to the lower left, then to the lower right, to end at the upper right? It seemed a bit ... odd ... that you had a completely embellished quadrant before proceeding with the layout.

  3. Loydene,
    Although I pulled all my accents and embellishments out before filming, I created every quadrant within the video so you could see the process. Depending on how I'm feeling, I will focus all my efforts on one part of the layout and then move out and add additional pieces. While other times I will create the entire foundation for the layout and then go back and add details. I find that mixing up the design process works best for me.
    Thanks for your question.
    Jen :)


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