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A Very Love-y Layout

Hello!
Samantha here, and happy Valentine's Day! :)

I'm here sharing a super lovely, and love-y layout on this day of LOVE! :) I used a lot of goodies from the Butterfly Reflections Ink shop, so let's get to it! :)


See? Lot's of goodies!


I found this picture of my littlest Mann, when he was just a wee one! (3 years ago - ack! Where did the time go?!)
I used the Lawn Fawn stamp set Hello Baby, and heat embossed on the photo itself! Shh, don't worry, the photo wasn't sad or scared!  I also used the Sharp Backdrops stamp set to add some texture to the watercolored areas.
And speaking of texture - I also added some more texture with a stencil and some embossing paste!
All of the papers and layers behind the photo are from the amazing Kiss Kiss paper pad - LOVE that paper pad - swoon!


I used some white paint to lighten up the busy background paper, and then when it was dry, I also added some watercoloring with the Worn Lipstick Distress ink! And for the title, I used my FAVORITE thickers - from the Amy Tangerine Stitched collection - Afterglow! LOVE that font!


At the bottom of the layout, I have a cluster of goodness!
The photo overlays are from this Crate Paper collection,  and the bow - LOVE the black and white polka dot bow!! - is from Maggie Holmes!
Oh, and I added some enamel dots and this wooden button from the Dear Lizzy Daydreamer collection! LOOOOVE those wooden buttons!


Ok, I think that's finally it...ha ha!!
Are you shopping on this day of love? I hope so!!!
What better way to spend the day, than buying more things you LOVE and need?! *wink wink* *nod nod* ha ha!
Happy Valentine's Day!!
~Samantha

Comments

  1. Okay, hello sweet baby!
    What a fabulous layout! I love it!

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  2. SUPER cute, love all the layers!!!

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  3. This is so cute!!! I love the color behind it and your embellishments!

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  4. This layout is absolutely ah-dorable!!! Your little Mann is just too cute and I LOVE the background and color combo!

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