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A Mixed Media (lite!) Layout

Hello there!
Samantha here! I'm so excited to share my latest layout with you!

I have to admit, this one is definitely more mixed media, than not...but it's still what I like to classify as 'mixed media-lite!' Ha! :)

Of course, I used a ton of prodcuts from the Butterfly Reflections Ink shop - duh! :)

I started with a 12x12 piece of white cardstock. Then I used lots of papers from the 6x6 Journey paper pad! I used it to matte my photo, and also to add strips under part of the title. I also used lots of those acetate triangles from Pinkfresh Studio - they come out with the BEST new products!!

I added some of the cloud and heart piffy stickers from the October Afternoon Summertime collection! Love puffy stickers!! The 'mountain' word of the title actually started out as white Thickers, but I used my grey copic markers to make them grey stripes! So fun, right?! Under the title, I also stamped the date in my FAVORITE roller date stamp (which just HAPPENS to be on sale!).

Then I used my Squeezed Lemonade Distress Ink as watercolor and added it all around the layout! Because...watercolor! Ha!

I love this photo! It was taken one Saturday morning when my little Menn went to 'wake Daddy!' Ha ha! So cute!

Thanks again for hanging with me on a Saturday! :)
Enjoy and now SHOP! :)


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