Layouts Rikki Graziani Summer Splash

Scrapping on a Budget – Tutorial and Layout by Rikki Graziani

November 21, 2017

Good morning how are you all? Rikki here today with my share for the month – using the Summer Splash Collection.

I was very fortunate this month to get the my layout on the front cover on the Kaisercraft Workshop…..

Which got me thinking with a few changes with embellishments and with the same papers how you can get a different layout without blowing your scrapping budget, especially when your buy the Paper Pack  and it works out great when you are time poor or if your mojo has left the building.

Kaisercraft Products: Summer Splash Collection: P2418 Swell | P2420 Beach Towel | PP1031 Paper PAd | CT893 Collectables | Other: Embossing Paste | Silicon Moulds | Paper Clay | Glitter


Heres the process video on how I created this layout:





Changing the direction of your papers is the quickest way to start your new layout. Why change what works?

Paper clay is a great way to add some ocean themed embellishments, even some real shells can be added as a budget saving measure.

Sometimes all you need is some glitter ….. flicking the glue around in a random splatter pattern will help give your glitter the same random effect.

Add a couple of embellishments from the Collectables……

Dont forget if you dont have the latest and greatest, go find you diecuts, and cut a heap out in white they are great way to add an interesting layers to your layout.


Hope you enjoyed this process till next time.



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  • Reply Alicia McNamara November 21, 2017 at 12:22 pm

    Congratulations on being on the front cover Rikki!! Two great layouts here. I have loved all your layouts with this collection. You do the beachy style really well. I love your work.
    Alicia xxoo

  • Reply Jodie Digney November 21, 2017 at 3:17 pm

    Once again, amazing layouts. Love the use of glitter. Love the beachy theme and I will now get out my silicone mat and paper clay. Awesome. Congrats on the front cover.

  • Reply Jeanette Bourne November 21, 2017 at 6:42 pm

    Love the way you used your silicone mat and paper clay.

  • Reply Rosemary Hanson November 21, 2017 at 8:18 pm

    Congrats Rikki! Great techniques and thanks for sharing!

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