Monday, June 24, 2024


Hey friends! Brianna Lepper here today and I've got another layout using the Hometown USA collection. There are a lot of fireworks pieces in this collection so I thought it would be fun to document some photos of my boys setting off some a few years ago. Here's my page:

To start, I pulled out the Summer Celebration 12x12 paper and used it as a base. I took the Polka-Dot Pride 12x12 paper and trimmed it down to a 9x12. Next, I layered a piece of the white cardstock from the 12x12 Textured Cardstock Assortment that I trimmed down to a 6x12 right on top of it. I was able to display some pretty patterned papers and also have the pretty white to make my photos and embellishments pop.

I love large ephemera pieces but sometimes I have a hard time incorporating them into my layouts. I kept this in mind when I was putting my page together and made sure to leave space for this adorable plane from the Odds & Ends pack. It fit perfectly!

I matted my photos using the 6x6 Paper Pad and centered them on my page. I then adhered the fireworks stickers from the Freedom Fireworks Shaker-Pops on each side. For my title, I chose the 'Fireworks' phrase from the Chit Chat pack and centered in between my two photos. I love the font of this phrase, it's so fun!

To continue along with the fireworks theme, I pulled out a bunch of fireworks from both the Odds & Ends and Bits & Pieces packs. I popped them all up with foam tape and arranged them around my page. I also chose another phrase piece from the Chit Chat pack and centered it at the top of my photos.

The fireworks pieces really add additional pops of color throughout my design. For some finishing touches, I adhered some stars in some clusters and added in some tangled thread and silver paint splatters.

Here's one last look at this fun patriotic page:

Thank you so much for stopping by today, I hope that I've inspired you in some way. I'll see you in my next post friends! xo



Hometown USA Collection

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