An Interactive Layout

An Interactive Layout

Hi there!  It’s Shei here today. I’m so happy to be back on the blog sharing two layouts.  Let’s get started!

For my first layout I decided to work with the amazing “Reset Girl” collection.

First of all I cut the word “remember” (the title) with my Silhouette Cameo in a white cardstock and then I glued it in the Lookin’ good (b-side) paper.

I love the Library Pockets of this collection, so I decide to use them as the real protagonist. I glued six of them in the white cardstock

But you may say… “where are the pics?”

Well, this is the point. This layout is interactive, so you can put into the pockets your photos.

I really enjoy playing with all the product trying to do different and original projects. I think this is the most original project I’ve ever done.

Furthermore, you can use the pockets to put your journaling inside them.

I use this project to keep a few Instax pics. They’re taken during our last summer trip with a vintage van. It was very funny and I love keep this memories in the better way I know. 

To finish the layout, I added different elements to decorate the pockets. I used embellishments from the Combo Stickers and the 6x12 Chipboard: the arrow, the cutest bird in the world, the pencil, the sentence or this wonderful typewriter. 


For my second layout I chose the cute “Posh” collection. I’m totally in love with this line!!

I started with “Live simple” b-side paper as a background. As you can see I used 4 black and white photos for this project, so I want a colorful paper that contrasts with them. So I used “Choose happy” b-side paper as a big frame for these 4 pics.

I have titled my project “Dream dig” combining the blue abc from Combo Sticker and the word “dream” from the 6x12 Chipboard.

Then comes the funniest part: add embellishments!  I used some elements from Combo Sticker and 6x12 Chipboard: a very cute heart, some sentences, arrows, the balloons, etc.

At the bottom of the page I added a tag (from de Bits&Pieces) that I cut in two parts. Then I glued an arrow from the 6x12 Chipboard. I like all Simple Stories’s embellishments but I love the chipboard stickers ‘cause they add more dimension to the projects.

Finally, I used one of the new metal clips. It’s so cute that I couldn’t avoid and I look for a place to add it! Hahaha!

Thank you so much for taking the time to read my post! I hope you enjoyed my layouts! See you next month!

Never stop smiling! Kisses!!