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Stickers and Stitching and Stars - Oh My!

Hello all!!
Samantha here, and I'm sharing a super lovely layout that I made using lots of fun products from the Butterfly Reflections Ink shop!!

So let's get down into it, shall we?

I used a super fun yellow-green ombre-bokeh pattern from my base - (It's from the Bo Bunny Lemonade Stand collection, and the 6x6 can be found here - it PERFECT for summer!!).
I  have been seeing lots of layouts popping up where rub-ons are Rub On's are layered and used to add design and whimsy to the background of scrapbook layouts, and I think that's AWESOME!! I took that layout, and used clear stickers instead!! Same idea - similar look!

I used almost all of the DIY Simple Stories stickers and made a cluster going from top left of the page to the bottom right. I LOVE how it looks!! I also added some White enamel dots, My Mind's EYE Necessities Wood Shapes and I even heat embossed some stars a sun and a moon from the Butterfly Reflections Ink Exclusive Stamp set, too!!

I used some washi at the top and bottom of the layout, and then added some stitching to the bottom border. And lastly, I added my title (courtesy of EE Cummings - LOVE it!) with some scripty thickers and alpha tab stickers!!

I really LOVE the way this layout come out!! I think it's one of my favorites!!
I challenge you to stock up on Rob On's or Stickers and make your own background!! It's so FUN!

Thanks again for stopping by, now it's time to get those last minute Christmas gifts ordered, or Gift Certificates sent to crafty friends!!


  1. This is just adorable. I love how it turned out!!

  2. LOOOOOOVE the patterned paper and the diag design! LOVE the washi and the stickers (love that you almost used the entire package)! AMAZING! You ROCK x100000 for making a layout:) I'm inspired but probably won't make another layout for another couple of months! LOL! I just never know how to start:)

  3. Absolutely gorgeous! Love the sentiment, so sweet!


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