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paper smooches on vellum and a color happy scrapbook layout

Good morning!
It's Samantha here, and sadly (*sniff sniff*), this is my last post as a Butterfly Reflections Ink-er.

I just can't believe 3 months has flown by SO fast! It's crazy, working with Vanessa and the entire Butterfly Reflections Ink team has been a dream!

Anyway, without further ado, here it is, my last project - and it's a scrapbook page to boot!


Ok, as you can see in the photo above, LOTS of goodies from the Butterfly Reflections Ink shop!

I used two different Paper Smooches stamps sets - but all of the images were stamped onto vellum! LOOOOOOOOVE me some vellum! :)
I used the city scapes and clouds from Metropolis and the rainbow from Spectrum.


I also stithced a lot on this layout - a favorite thing to do of mine! I stitched over the vellum city scapes, and also the clear stickers from the Simple Stories DIY line - LOVE those stickers! they just JAZZ up the layout, I think! :)


Finally, I added the title with some lower alpha thickers, and a bunch of splattered mists in rainbow colors!
Add a few grey/black sequins and enamel dots, and the layout is complete! As you can tell, I wanted to focus (almost all) of the color on the pictures only. :) Love how that looks! :)


So, as much as I would love to make this post go on forever (so I never have to leave!! lol!), I will bid you all farewell as a Butterfly Reflections Ink-er!
I can't wait to see what the NEW Design Team has in store for us all!
Hold on to your crafty supplies, it's going to be a blast!

Later, lovlies!
~Samantha~

Comments

  1. Awesome layout! All of those colors against black and white really make the layout pop! It really screams HAPPY...lol!

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  2. This is so cute, your photos really pop off the page. I love how you used the vellum and stitching always looks great on a layout!!!

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