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Today, I'm sharing a scrapbook page for a super fun challenge with Scrapbooking Global!! Make sure you hop all the way around to see all the amazing projects we are sharing with you.
The theme this time is so cool!! It was designed by Courtenay.
I have found my scrap layout from Mr Google and it comes from Noreen Smith from Creative Scrapbooker Magazine.
I always have so many photos to scrap (as I can never choose which ones I love the best!), so doing a double spread was the best way for me to go. My page is actually very simple and fairly minimalistic.
I've used the lovely Ever Eden cotton paper (only available until the end of this year) which I scrunched and then flattened before attaching it to the bottom of both of my pages. It is Soft Succulent and Evening Evergreen which I think worked with the grass in my photos.
My Very Vanilla background was stamped using the lovely Quiet Meadow stamp set with Sahara Sand and Soft Succulent inks.
The title for my pages comes from Tasteful Touches on a lovely frame using the Tasteful Labels dies.
The little extra elements are Sahara Sand Pierced Blooms dies and some linen thread. I've also added some gorgeous Garden Gems (also only available until the end of the year).
On one of my journaling strips, I've partly stamped one of the greetings from the Nature's Harvest stamp set. As I didn't want all of the greeting, I coloured in the half I wanted using the Soft Succulent stampin marker to stamp it.
|Up next is the super awesome Sharon who ALWAYS inspires me!!|
Here's the list of everybody in the hop - make sure you check them all out as you're sure to be inspired every time!!
|The lovely paper and gems in my project are from this lovely collection - click here to see them in my online store.|
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