I’ve got another layout of one of my beautiful daughters to share with you today. I’ve mixed several paper lines – just proves how versatile Stampin’ Up! products are!!
This is Paige and the final of the portrait shots that we had taken this past December that I plan to scrap.
I’m planning to enter this layout into Elle’s Studio Thursday sketch challenge so here is the sketch we were given.
For my layout I started with a piece of 12×12 card stock in Bashful Blue. I inked the edges with Concord Crush and then layered a piece of Sweet Shop DSP on top. The photo and journaling block (just a piece of Whisper White card stock) were mounted on Concord Crush card stock and then I added strips of papers from Cheerful Treat and Flirtatious DSP.
One of the papers in the Flirtatious Specialty DSP is these awesome laser cut doilies so for the title I cut out three of them, layered them over some more Cheerful Treat paper and a piece of 1/2″ Stitched-Poly Ribbon in Concord Crush and adhered my letters on top. The word BIG is from the Word Play stamp set and originally said ‘Wish Big’ but I only needed the second word so just cut off the top of the stamped image.
I treated my letters in the same way as this layout. These are from the Alphabet Soup On Board set. First I inked them up with Bashful Blue, then I coated them in Crystal Effects and finally, to accent the word ‘blue’, I added a bit of Dazzling Details while the Crystal Effects was still wet. NOTE: I would do a second coat of ink before adding the other products next time. I’m not super happy that the letters look more grey than blue. But … it is what it is.
For this embellishment I cut out another of the laser cut doilies and added a plastic flower (from my Twelve embellishment tin so not Stampin’ Up!) and a Glimmer Brad. I also added a couple other brads from the Sweet Shop Jelly Bean and Everyday Enchantment collections. The Everyday Enchantment Ribbon and Brad pack is exclusive to the Sale-A-Bration catalogue so I can’t provide you a link but to view the catalogue please click here.
Here are more of the brads I used on this layout – more than I normally use, to be honest! The green one is another from the Sweet Shop Jelly Bean brad collection and the lighter purple one is from the IN COLOR Printed Designer brads.
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