Paper Heart Scrapbook Layout

Paper Heart Scrapbook Layout

Hey there! It’s Kira and I am back with another tutorial using my favorite Cardstock Warehouse papers. It’s been a while since I have shared a layout with y’all, so that’s what we will be making today!


  • Cardstock Warehouse Cardstock Papers
    • Colorplan Lavender 100#
    • Colorplan Candy Pink 100#
    • Colorplan Chartreuse 100#
    • Colorplan Azure Blue 65#
    • Glo-Tone Orchid 65#
    • Colorplan Rust 100#
  • Adhesive
  • Foam adhesive
  • Scissors
  • Bakers Twine
  • Scrapbook embellishments  

heart scrapbook layout supplies


Do you enjoy browsing Pinterest? It’s one of my favorite apps to scroll when I have some time to kill, and sometimes I stumble upon a picture that serves as inspiration for future layouts. I even have a board within my scrapbook board that is titled “non-scrappy inspiration” and that is exactly where the inspo for this layout came from. Here's my inspiration pic from Pinterest. (From ARTBAR Blog)


heart layout inspiration picture


Since I am a story based scrapbooker, I knew I had to find the perfect story to go with this idea. Luckily cute quotes from my kids are come by frequently, so this story about my son calling me the “god of love and flowers” worked perfectly with the heart theme.


heart layout journaling detail


I started by cutting some of my papers in 1-1.5” strips and then further cutting them down into rectangles and squares. 


laying out color blocks for heart layout


Then, using the size of the rectangles as a guide, I hand drew some hearts in a variety of colors. I hand-cut these out with my scissors. 


hand-cutting hearts for heart scrapbook layout


Once I decided on the placement, the rest of the layout flew together. I popped most of the hearts up on foam adhesive before adhering to the rectangles. I attached one heart directly to the rectangle, wrapped it with some baker’s twine, and popped the entire thing up on foam adhesive. 


adding hearts to scrapbook layout


I typed out my journaling in the bottom right hand corned of the page, and on the reverse page printed out a full-sized photo of my son surrounded by a bunch of his snuggles (because, per his story, he is the god of snuggles). 


 printed image for hearts scrapbook layout


I finished the layout off by adding a title and a few puffy sticker embellishments.  And that’s it!


finished heart scrapbook layout


Thanks for stopping by! What are you scrapping this week? We'd love to see your creations! Show us your creations on Facebook or Instagram. Tag your creations with #cardstockwarehouse to be featured in our stories, and be sure to follow me at @kira.gets.crafty for more scrappy inspiration!

Thanks for stopping by!

Kira (@kira.gets.crafty)

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