When it comes to scrapbooking with Mosaic Moments® dies, easy does not mean simple, boring or repetitive.
Rather, the term, "easy," refers to layouts that are photo focused and quick to complete.
Check out these examples below.
Showcase the Emotion
The joy of this day is pretty obvious on this layout. We love how Jodi, and the photographer, focused on the joy of the day and the beautiful contrasts between the salt flats and the sky.
With just 14 cuts, this layout is complete.
Focus on the View
The beautiful landscapes were the most important thing about this day, so Tami let the photos speak for themselves.
With only nine cuts, this pinwheel layout, including the date and a framed photo in the middle, is complete.
Add an Accent
Make a Pinwheel
Add Accents in Multiple Sizes
Try a Border
Photos do not always fit perfectly on a 12x12 page. However, the odd-shaped spaces leftover are perfect for adding a decorative border die, like the Mid-Century Border Die shown here.
Border dies come in a variety of lengths and patterns, including some for the holidays.
Set the Date
Try Multiple Cuts
Cutting the same design more than once in different colored papers is an easy way to "color" your die cuts.
Here, Jodi used blue, white and yellow cardstock around her layout to tie it altogether.
Create a Title
"Sadie Loves Snow" by Paije Potter - Pattern #402
Alphabet and Number dies can easily be incorporated into a layout to make a title. Many of the sets can be used with or without their 1-inch square.
Here, Paije used the letters and numbers on their own, placing them over patterned-paper blocks to create her title. The effect also helps to frame the center photo and make it a focal point of her layout.