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You Are My World Layout

Hello, hello, hello! It's Lisa here today and I'm so happy to share another layout using lots of the As You Wish Collection from Fancy Pants... This collection has become a favorite for me!  Let's start by looking at all of the goodies I've used on my layout...

And here is what I've created...


When I am creating my layout I always like to start by just laying my patterned papers and embellishments down.  Once I have them just how I like them I go back and adhere them.  My number one trick when working this way is to mark off corners of things with a pencil, so I can make sure to adhere them in the same spots as I had them before.  I also find this helpful for those times that I want to add ink splashes as I have done here.

I also chose to do my journaling on the stripes of the gold patterned paper... it was like having built in journal lines without taking away from the over all design of the layout.  And don't forget to layer up those embellishements (ie: the camera die cut looks super cute with an enamel heart on it).


Hope this has gotten your mojo working, and if you love any particular products I have used click on the link below to pick them up from the store!

Supply List:
As You Wish 6 x 6 paper pad by Fancy Pants
As You Wish Ephemera Pack
Chickaniddy Date Night Enamel Hearts
Market Street  Nob Hill Foiled Mix Bag
Market Street Ashbury Heights Deco Brads

Happy Crafting!
Lisa

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  1. Oh, this is so sweet, Lisa! I love it!

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  2. What a wonderful layout!! I also love that collection!!!! And journaling on the striped paper is so clever!!

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