Reach the Edge of the Galaxy with the Canterbury Die
Punch your scrapbook layout into 'hyperdrive' by framing your focal photo with four 1x2 Canterbury dies on your Star Wars layout.
Paije made sure the dies got lots of texture with chalk ink to match the texture of her grid, 12x12 Persimmon. She used all brown tones and distressed elements to match Galaxy's Edge gritty environment at the magical theme park.
The galaxy is not too far away when you decorate your Star Wars scrapbook page with the Canterbury dies!
This Layout Features: 12x12 Persimmon Grid Paper from the Fresh N Fruity Collection, Canterbury die set, and the Basic Die Bundle.
May the Force Be With the Alderaan Dies
"Feeling the Force" by Jodi Benson
The Alderaan dies bring a positive force to your Stars Wars scrapbook layouts.
Packed into a small size (1x2) comes a big graphic statement with this die. Add them in pairs or clusters of four or more for a bigger effect. Here, Jodi placed two side by side on the top and bottom of her Star Wars layout. Fill the design spots with an endless amount of combinations of colors and patterns of paper.
Use the force to find the perfect combo for your Star Wars Scrapbook page.
This Layout Features: 12x12 Persimmon Grid Paper from Fresh N Fruity Collection, Alderaan die set, Layering Die Bundle, and the Basic Die Bundle. Pattern Paper from BasicGrey™
Create a Jedi Action Sequence
Place your action shots of your young Padawan in a row across your page.
If you put them in order it will create movement, especially if you have photos of an actual light saber fight! You can even crop a couple photos like Paije did and have the action flow evenly across her layout. Don't be afraid of putting action shots on your Star Wars pages!
Confronting fear is the destiny of a Jedi, and the destiny of a Mosaic Moments scrapbooker!
Build Your Own Droid with the Horizon Dies
"Droid Depot" by Paije Potter
Use the Horizon dies to build your own droid scrapbook page.
The Horizon dies can be mixed and matched to create one large circle with many different die patterns. Paije made a Horizon circle that is not a symmetrical arrangement of the dies. That gives her layout a modern look that is perfect for her Star Wars photos at the Droid Depot. Add droid-like touches like the Circle tiles, and squares.
Add chalk texture around each Horizon piece for a special detail that will remind you of an old hard working droid, like R2-D2.
A Little Slice of Star Wars Heaven with the Pie Dies
The Pie Die makes a large sliced circle, and when filled with your favorite Star Wars photos it's scrapbooking gold!
Danielle used dark grey and blue colors, so her Star Wars photos really pop. She included lots of different types of photos - close ups, candids, and photos of the background scenery that added lots of texture. The Pie dies give you a big graphic circle and spaces for lots of photos (12-16!).
That's why they are a slice of Star Wars scrapbooking heaven.
Do. Or Do Not. There is No Try with the Home Run Die Set
"Star Wars at Disney" by Tami Potter
Home Run is a star die for Star Wars scrapbook layouts.
It has a starfighter graphic when used with your Star Wars photos. You don't even have to try to make this layout work out. Tami used two vertical landscaping photos for the top and bottom of her dies. Then she aligned two horizontal storm trooper photos for the right and left of her Home Run dies. Also, if you are creating a layout based on the empire, use clean lines and colors with less grit.
As Yoda said at his last scrap, "There is no try when you use the Home Run dies". 😉