This Waterfall scrapbook page is another in my series about our vacation this summer. Cordelia wanted to see how Sioux Falls, SD got its name. We took her to Falls Park. It also serves as another tutorial on scrapbooking with Design Space.
I hope to show you the versatility of Design Space when creating scrapbook pages. You can do cutouts on the top page that show through to the bottom page color, draw pictures on the page, and make your own embellishments.
One of the 12 X 12 cardstock sheets can be patterned paper but not both. It is just too confusing. I used a water paper on top and a dark blue under it. The corners look like splashing water.
Cutting the Paper
I used a blue pen to draw the picture of a waterfall, which is an Access image. Access has almost anything to go with your theme, whatever it may be.
Design Space cuts the top page to 11.5 X 11.5 inches, making a 1/4 inch border around the whole page
Before you glue the top page to the bottom page, attach the pictures where and how you want them with washi tape.
Now you can attach the two pages together with the top page centered on the bottom page. Notice how the water cutouts in the corners show the back color.
Your waterfall scrapbook page is finished. I hoped you learned about scrapbooking with Design Space and want to try it yourself.