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Loving this Lazy Sunday Layout

Hi there!
Samantha here!
And today, I'm sharing this FUN and messy layout! I really LOVE it!


I started by smearing some acrylic paint onto my background paper! I just globbed some on in a pool, and then dragged my old credit card down the page! SO fun!! It was like using a screen print without the screen! lol!


I used lots of papers from the Brighton Pier and Plus One 6x6 collections to back my photo! I used some of the brands from the My Minds Eye Cut and Paste collection! That navy color was just TOO cool to pass up!


The tabs of text are from the newest Amy Tangerine Rise and Shine collection! I LOVE adding some of those to my layouts to emphasize the photo and story! I also used the adorable green bow from a Pink Paislee Christmas collection! They are slowly becoming my favorite company! I have LOVED their last few collections!


But I digress!
I added lots of stitching to the page, and then a few wooden accents that I colored more acrylic paint. The wood pieces are from My Minds Eye, too!


So that's my layout!
I hope it made you smile! I really love having this Lazy Sunday moment captured with my little Menn! :)
Your turn to go shop! ha!

Comments

  1. Very cute, love the effect of the paint.

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  2. Messy is awesome and so are Lazy Sunday's!

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  3. Such a cute layout and I love the colors

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  4. This is adorable!! I love the layering and the stitched title. So fun!!

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  5. This is so cute! Really love the blue on here!

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  6. Such a fun layout! Love the color scheme and the photo is just too cute!!

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