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Beautiful.

Beautiful. That is what this set of stamps i've used this time is! I love scribble sentiments!


I firstly cut a mask (I used a circle) and glimmer misted all around the edge, the mist I used was Wheatfields (which I do believe we had in the shop today although not many left...), it's one of the more versatile of the colours and goes with alot of different things. It gave the paper alittle glimmer and a distressed and grungey feel.
I added three photographs along the top that were approx 4" x 3" and then a whole strip of patterned paper underneath. I used a pre-printed journalling card and some thickers (which we also have in the shop in LOTS of colours and fonts!) which I embellished with a button, a little flower and a cute embellie.
I then stamped a line of 'love you' using the scribble sentiment stamps...! I masked off the journalling block with a scrap of paper so as the sentiment went right across the page, evenly and centred.
I added alittle cluster of embellies to the bottom of the journo'ing block and then this simple LO was all finished.


I loved making this one, see these stamps aren't just for cards they make great phrases for your LOs! And of course I had to use alittle green and kraft! (which we also have restocked in the shop)... along with all the other *NEW* and fabby American goodies!! :D

Thanks for looking!

Polly

Comments

Samantha Maddin said…
I love the structure of your page and the colours, Scribble Sentiments has to be my favourite set of stamps so far, so versatile. Can we have scribble sentiments for Christmas Marion? Can we? Huh?
MARION said…
Glimmer mists are so COOL, I love how you've used them here.
Hey Sam I've already done it, keep your eyes peeled.
Nic said…
Gorgeous LO Polly - I'm a big fan of glimmer mists too :)
Nina said…
I needed those Scribble words! Marion we need to get them again!
Paula P said…
I want them too!!!!!!!!!!!
Fairyqueen said…
Fabby LO Polly, am loving it. I LOVE glimmer mists. well done matey

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