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A Rainy Ride Layout!

Hello and good morning all!
Samantha here, and today I'm sharing another layout with you today made with lots of goodies from the Butterfly Reflections Ink shop!
So let's start this October with some fun!

I created the background of my layout after taking this class at Big Picture classes! So I don't want to divulge too much! But here are some words: watercolor. fun. no brush.



Ok! So, I love using my 6x6 pads to back my photos! And although this layout is minimal in its embellishing, I still used lots of goodies from the shop!  You know one of my favorite ways to add watercolor to something is with Distress Inks! And this background could totally be made with Distress Inks!


I used the amazing, adorable, cute as can be puffy stickers from Crate Paper's Wonder collection! I also used the October Afternoon puffy stickers and the word strips from Maggie Holmes!

Those Thickers are my absolute favorite, I could use them on EVERY layout!


I LOVE this photo! My little Menn just love being outside, riding bikes, playing football, swimming, anything! And I love that they love to be outside! But when it had been rainy for about a week straight a few years ago, we had to go outside anyway and get some energy out! Just look at that face on the tricycle! It's raining, and we're riding, and we're so happy! Best memory ever!

So that's my layout!
Why don't we show this October who's boss and get some shopping done, eh? Ha!
Thanks again!
-Samantha

Comments

  1. Super cute layout! I love the sentiment! I think it's awesome your little Menn still go outside rain or shine. I feel like this would be a great layout for Seattle lol!

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  2. This is just amazing!! That background....wow!! Love everything about it!

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