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Samantha here, and today I'm sharing a fun layout I made!

I started with a piece of 12x12 white cardstock and lots of goodies from the Butterfly Reflections Ink shop!


I started by mixing some paint with embossing paste in various shades of pinks and oranges. Then I used a palette knife and spread the mixture through a really fun triangle stencil! Once that was dry, I used Distress Inks and some recycled packaging to add the watercolor look on top of the triangles!


I only matted my photo on some various pieces of white cardstock and some tissue paper in white! So fun! I used some of those really fun triangle acetate shapes from Pinkfresh Studio to add some more yellows and pinks behind the photo and around the layout!


As far as embellishing, I used things from Maggie Holmes and Amy Tangerine's collections! The camera brad is from the Open Book collection, the tiny little phrases are from the Confetti collection which are on top of that fun watercolored wood circle from the Rise and Shine collection! :)


I used my favorite Thickers for this layout: Shine Detail and Stitched Afterglow! I also stamped the date with the super awesome date stamp from the Ready Set Go collection! :)

This is just a typical day for us during the summer - swimming and jumping and laughing! I love how this collaged photo captures the FUN! :)

Thanks for spending part of your day with me!
Be sure to head to the Butterfly Reflections Ink shop to stock up on...ALL THE THINGS!!! The new CHA products are starting to work their way in, and you don't want to miss out! :)
~Samantha

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