November 5, 2012


We all know that sunburst design is a huge trend in scrapbooking for the past few months. We see pages upon pages of using this technique in different ways. Some add stitching, some use mists, and some uses diecuts to achieve this look. Whatever technique is used to create a sunburst effect, it always add dimension to a page.

For my layout, I have used the cool Blue Skies kit. All of the patterned papers here are actually scrap leftover from the kit. I was able to use all the small pieces for all those tiny circles. Even the sunburst was made using strips that were left after creating 3 layouts. I made the white sunburst as my main piece then by simply adding strips of patterned paper at the back and in front, the layering effect was perfect.

Thanks for dropping by! And if you have time, feel free to join us this month for 4 exciting challenges at Scraptastic Blog. The first challenge is up and is related to my sunburst inspired layout here. If you are up for the challenge, you have until December 5th at midnight to complete your entry for the November Challenges. This month's prize is a $20.00 GC to the store.


Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is GORGEOUS! I loveeeeeeeeee the sunbursts and the confetti!!! Beautiful colors too!!!!

Janet Zeppa said...

So pretty LG!!

Bente Fagerberg said...

What a cute and pretty layout you made LG! fancy making something thios beautiful just using your scraps. Very inspiring!! TFS!!

Jona Panesa said...

so lovely!!!