February is the month of love, and today I’m sharing Valentine scrapbooking pages that I made with the new Bee Mine materials from Creative Memories. This collection is perfect for fun loved-themed pages! The Bee Mine Collection features a super cute embossed album cover, designer paper, stickers, and layered embellishments, and all of these items can be purchased on my Creative Memories website.
The Bee Mine Paper, Stickers and Embellishments were perfect for this sweet page of my granddaughter. The layout consists of a large heart made from 1″ squares. I suggest laying out your heart first before you adhere the pieces. You may have to move it around a bit on your cardstock to get the spacing right. Try positioning your heart from the bottom up to leave space at the top for the banner sticker.
From the bottom up, here are the number of squares in each row.
1. 1 partial square
2. 3 squares (2 partial)
3. 5 squares (2 partial)
4. 7 squares (2 partial)
5. 9 squares (2 partial)
6. 9 squares
7. 9 squares
8. 9 squares (1 partial in center)
9. 8 squares (4 partial) separated by a space in the middle
I used the Bee Mine Stickers and the epoxy bees from the embellishment pack to adorn the page. I also included flowers made with the new Daisy Bouquet Punch and arrows punched with the Original Border Maker System with the new Arrow Cartridge. Foam Squares under some of my stickers really gave a nice pop, and a little detailing with a black pen really brought the page to life.
I used the same materials and the Border Maker with Arrow Cartridge on my second page and got a totally different look.
To make this page, cut the red geometric patterned paper to 11″ x 11″ and adhere to the heart paper. To conserve paper, you may cut out the center of the heart paper. From a piece of red cardstock, punch a row of a arrows using the Border Maker and Arrow Cartridge. Turn the cardstock to the adjoining side, and punch another row. Make sure that your arrows are going in the direction that you like and start your punching in the second position on the Border Maker guide as to not overlap your arrows. From the cardstock, cut off the “L” shaped piece at 1″ wide and adhere to page. Adhere the punched out arrows adjacent to the piece.
I love how the piece of blue paper helps to cool down the page and draw attention to the photo. Cut blue paper to 8″ x 8″ and mat a photo with red cardstock. My photo is 5″ x 7″. Create a journaling box using the Custom Cutting System with smaller heart from the Gemstone Cutting Patterns. Cut the white cardstock with the red blade on the outside edge and the red cardstock using the green blade on the outside edge. Adorn with stickers and embellishments. I adhered some stickers with Foam Squares.
My next page is full of hearts! I cut the larger hearts using the Custom Cutting System with the smaller heart from the Gemstone Cutting Patterns and the red and green blades. The smaller hearts were punched with CM’s old Heart Shape Makers. To make the heart border towards the top of the page, punch a border using the new Teardrop Lattice Border Punch. Hand-cut with your scissors a row of hearts from the lattice pattern. Please see the video that Noreen Smith created for Creative Life Scrapbooking on different ways to use this border punch and how to cut out a heart pattern. To finish the page, I added stickers, embellishments, an arrow punch out, and also some faux stitching with a gold pen.
For my last page, I used the Teardrop Lattice Border Punch to create a honeycomb to accompany the darling honey bee paper, stickers, and embellishments.
To create the large honeycomb piece, cut a hollow frame from Gold Shimmer Cardstock using the Custom Cutting System and Jumbo Hexagon Pattern. Use the blue blade on the inside edge to cut a hexagon. Without moving the paper or the cutting pattern, cut another hexagon using the red blade on the inside edge. From the Gold Shimmer Cardstock, punch 5 lattice pieces using the Teardrop Lattice Border Punch. Trim the pieces and use the Precision Point Glue Pen to glue to the back side of the hollow hexagon frame. Adhere the piece to the honey bee paper using the glue pen. Punch another lattice piece for the border across the top of the page and place the bee border sticker on top. Attach the border piece to your page with Foam Squares. My photos are cropped to 4″ x 4″ and matted with the gold patterned paper in the Bee Mine Paper Pack. Add the bee stickers and embellishments using Foam Squares on some.
I hope that my pages have inspired you to take some photos of your loved ones this month!
You may purchase any of the tools and material that I used on my Creative Memories website.
I hope that the rest of your month is full of love!