Blurred clusters scrapbooking layout | Janna Werner

Hello crafty friends, it's Janna. After last month's scrapbooking layout with round photos, I am back with a cluster page. Before I share my thoughts on today's layout, I'd like to remind you to use the code janna10 in the Studio 40 shop for a 10% discount! Now, let's take a look at the scrapbooking page.

When starting a scrapbooking page, my first step is to collect the embellishments I'd like to use. I might add more in the process or put some aside.

Usually, I lay out the cluster design before glueing the items onto the page. The design of the clusters may change during the process of adhering everything. If you want the arrangement to be exactly the same as the draft you made, you might want to take a picture of the design before adhering.

There are many ways of designing a cluster, I decided to go for a blurred one: sometimes it's hard to tell if a page includes one, two, or more clusters as the different areas on the page correspond or maybe overlap. This is what I like to call the "blurred cluster" design. 
I did this with the bottom cluster on the left and right as well as with the mini cluster below the photo. Each is a seperate cluster, but as they are so close to each other, they become a blurred arrangement.

Do you like clustering? Or do you prefer clean and/or non-dimensional pages? If you haven't tried working with clusters, I challenge you to do so! :-) Make sure to tag Studio 40 and me (@jannawerner) on Instagram and Facebook when sharing your creations. 

Have fun, 

supplies used (discount code janna10) 
Essential Collection: enamel dots, stamp set Noteworthy, doublesided patterned paper (10x21cm), phrases transparent stickers, journaling cards, tabs b&w, just lovely color stickers, flowers stickers, words color stickers // About me Collection: color stickers // Here & There Collection: chipboard stickers // Adore Collection: transparent stickers // Don't grow up Collection: chipboard stickers, Patterned Paper // Story details Collection: chipboard frame stickers // Together Collection: Patterned Paper Memory Lane

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