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A fun layout!

Hello!  Danielle here with a layout to inspire you with!  Let me tell you a little bit about me first!

I live in "sometimes" Sunny Central Florida (it's been awful rainy lately) with my fiancé. I have two fur babies that you will see often in my projects. Sidney a mini dachshund and Nash our Tuxedo Cat.  Crafty has been my middle name since I was little. Always, coloring or making something to keep me busy when I was young.  I have been scrapbooking and card making for a while now ( I truly lost count!).  When I am not crafting you can find me on my Scooter zooming around town and watching The Walking Dead! 

Now on to the layout!!! 

I used two paper pads Amy Tan - Plus One and Bo Bunny - Lemonade Stand, which you can find in the store.

To accent my photos I was dying to use the SN@P 3 x 4 Cat Cards.  You know they are not just for pocket style scrapbooking!!!  You can use them on cards, layouts and more!  I chose a heart and scalloped boarder die cut from the Bo Bunny Lemonade Stand Die Cuts. and scattered some Enamel shapes from We R Memory Keepers. 

I first applied a white wash on my background for some separation.  Then layered the Cat Cards with some patterned paper.  I cut my photos into circles to eliminate a distracting background.  My Vet takes photos at every appointment and then sends them to us.  Very thoughtful!  I knew I wanted to use the My Favorite Things - Cloud Cover Up Die and sprinkle clouds everywhere. Then I added some of the Enamel Shapes a wood veneer from my stash and called it a day! 

Now for some detail close up photos. 

I hope you enjoyed my first layout for Butterfly Reflections Ink.  To see more of my work visit me at . 

Click the links below to get your hands on the same AWESOME Scrappy Supplies I used to make my layout!  And tell your friends where they can get their hands on the latest, trendy, awesome supplies! 

Amy Tan Plus One 6x6 Paper Pad

SN@P 3x4 Cat cards

Bo bunny Lemonade Stand 6x6 Paper Pad

Bo bunny Lemonade stand die cuts

We R Memory Keepers Enamel Shapes Warm

My Favorite Things Cloud Cover Up Die

See you next week for another inspirational project!


  1. Such a cute kitty layout! I live in Florida (Clermont) as well and I have a mini doxie named Emma.

    1. Kim, your not that far from me!!!! Awe!!! I would love to see me a doxiehalic! hehehe

  2. Love your layout Danielle! Nash is a cutie!

  3. What a cute and fun layout! TFS!

  4. Replies
    1. Thanks Jess!!! It's great to be on a DT with you again!


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