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The Best... A Layout

Hi!  Lisa here today to share a layout that I have made using lots of new My Minds Eye Products.  Let me start by saying if you do not own any of the new MME Market Street Collections you need to go to the store and order some now.  These collections might just turn into my favorite collections ever!

With that said let's get on to the layout...

I kept this layout clean and simple.  I used a minimal amount of patterned paper for a change and created a grid to ground the larger photos.  I then had fun adding my journaling and embellishments.  I finished my layout by creating a gold outline with gold perfect pearls and water.

  • Double up embellishments as I have done on the stump chipboard with the rub-on hearts.
  • Don't disregard embellishments because they pertain to a specific theme, always look through your entire stash and see what pieces can mix and match.
Here's one more picture of the layout angled so you can see the shine of the gold (let the ooohhhing begin!)

Specific products used:
My Minds Eye: Market Street Nob Hill 6 x 6 and Ashbury Heights 6 x 6 paper pad
Nob Hill Enamel Dots
Ashbury Heights Deco Brads
Nob Hill Foiled Mixed Bag
Gold Perfect Pearls
Pebbles Lakeside Chips


  1. This is such a cute layout! The MME stuff is on my wishlist!

  2. Awesome layout by Lisa, I came over from her blog I am your newest follower I hope you will come follow me also. Can't wait to see all the other exciting things that will be happening on your blog Have a blessed day
    DIANA L.

  3. awesome layout!! LOVE the doubling up on the embellishments tip!! so clever!! the gold rocks on your layout!! and i agree - the MME market street collections are seriously some of my new favorites!!


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