Decorative Dies Design Team Layouts NEW Product Peek A Boo Rikki Graziani

Beautiful Baby Double Layout

November 16, 2016

Good  morning Rikki here with a little double feature….. either for twins or if your like many of us need to catch up on some of our ever growing photo collections. I love the new Kaisercraft Peek A Boo collection as its can be worked for either boy or girl or in this case both side by side.





Kaisercraft Products: Peek A Boo Collection;  P2187 Tiny Tot | P2188 Bambino | P2190 Precious | P2189 Bundle | P2193 Infant | SS324 Sticker Sheet – Girl | PP1006 Paper Pad | CT 867 Collectables – Girls | FL588 Flourish Pack – Baby | SB716 Pearls – Blush | SB718 Pearls – Bliss | DD500 Decorative Dies – Script Words | DD410 Decorative Dies – Bundle of Joy | CD174 Cardstock – Powdered Blue | CD140 Cardstock – Candy | Other : Glossy Accent


So starting with the girl side…. dont be afraid to cut up the wood grain paper and add a colour background its a great way to add interest without a lot of effort . You could even sew them onto your page if you want to add another layer.


Dont be afraid to cut up some of your printed papers like on  P2187 Tiny Tot this is where the pram has come from, worth the effect for an effective embellishment for your page.


Layering its the key to tie the two pages together, I used the boarder of P2193 Infant x2 across the two pages as there wasnt something similar in the boy range, not all girl papers are just for girls.



The same print for the boy layout using the pram from P2189 Bundle, layer with one of the neutral stickers from the girl sticker sheet. Add some glossy accent to add some interest.


Dont forget to add a little wood detail from the FL588 Flourish Pack – Baby also add a board strip for a quick journal strip.

Hope I have inspired you this month. Till next time, have a great day .

Rikki xxxxx

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  • Reply Marjorie November 16, 2016 at 10:28 am

    I love the layouts. Perfect for those sweet baby pictures. I really like the way you cut the wood grain paper. What a fantastic idea. Thank you so much for sharing.

  • Reply Nita November 16, 2016 at 11:37 am


  • Reply Deb B November 16, 2016 at 2:41 pm

    Gorgeous, just gorgeous.

  • Reply Rosemary November 16, 2016 at 9:06 pm

    Just gorgeous!

  • Reply Rosemary November 16, 2016 at 9:08 pm

    Didn’t realise I was repeating Deb D ‘s comment! However the pages are indeed gorgeous!

  • Reply Naomi November 23, 2016 at 2:08 pm

    Beautiful I will be copying these layouts!!!! As I call scrap lifting!!!!!

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