Saturday, August 30, 2014

Saturday Scrapbook Sharing

Well, it's not early in the week, but I am here to share more scrapbook fun from my Golden Summer Afternoon kit.  I still have a bunch of scraps left, though, so no kit killing photos just yet. This first photo is one of the only heritage style layouts I have made, because I just recently came across a stack of photos from my grandparents house, and would love to start incorporating them into my albums. The vintage style of the Maggie Holmes Flea Market line is perfect for these type of photos! Lots of scraps were used in the making of this layout. I love how rich and pretty you can make a page just using lots of layers of scrap papers and a couple of embellishments!
For this next layout, I combined bits from my Golden Summer Afternoon kit, my June Stash kit, and my Summer Solstice kit from this month. I misted the wood veneer with primrose Color Shine, and painted a bit of the Color Shine on the hearts, and the center of the bows on the shoes, and dropped a bit in the center of the camera chipboard. I added little butterflies and pinked circles punches from scraps, and cut scraps of paper into fishtail banner shapes for layering.
I had some scraps that were perfectly sized for a card front, so I whipped up a birthday card-the chipboard stickers from the Flea Market line make it special and give dimension.

So what have you been up to this week? Be sure to drop back by on the first, I have a fun new kit from my stash to share!

7 comments:

  1. These are gorgeous! LOVING that photo on the first one!!!!!!!!!

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  2. what gorgeous projects … I love that first one, the black + white photo paired with the bold patterned papers really looks great.

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  3. Beautiful layouts and a super cute card :)

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  4. Lovely project - they all do seem to have a summer glow to them.

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