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Have you ever had one of those crafting moments where it all just comes together? This layout was like that for me. I saw the sketch over at Stuck? and knew exactly what pictures and paper I wanted to use.
I used a combination of Doodlebug papers from an older fourth of July collection, called Stars and Stripes, the Boys Only collection and the newer Hip Hip Hooray. I think being able to mix and match is one of my favorite things about Doodlebug. Since the company’s color hues always remain consistent I can mix and match the non-specific patterns, or side b’s, to extend the life of my papers.
I used my prima chalk ink in Faded Jeans on the edges of my paper cuts to make them pop a little more again the white. The embellishments are some of my favorite – washi tape, sprinkles and few ink splatters from my Heidi Swapp color shine collection. Easy Peazy…
Tell me though…what is your favorite thing about Doodlebug papers? Until next time…Keep Scrappin!
I’m was on a role this month with finding challenges that help me get these 8×10 photos done. When I saw the sketch from Scrap Much? by Laura Whitaker I knew it would be the perfect 2nd page to my previous 9 month boy layout.