Saturday, March 18, 2017

Beautiful

Another snowy/rainy day here today. Spring is just 3 days away, so the weather should be improving soon. Good time to share a summertime layout with you.


We had a wonderful time last year on Canada Day visiting the Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory. It was like being in the rain forest filled with butterflies.

Here are some closeups....


I layered up some different size punched butterflies (I had these previously punched out in this paper...good thing as the punch has grown wings and flown away!!!) I also added some postage type stamping randomly throughout my layout.


I cut the title using my Silhouette and a font called Alphabet Pony....it turned out beautifully...lol
Another butterfly and an arrow die cut finish off the title!!!


I typed out my journaling on my We R Memory Keeper Typecast and then strip cut it and layered it over a vellum tag adding another punched butterfly, clip, brad and Tin Pin.

Product List: Authentique - Be(You)tiful Collection, AC Cardstock, Merci Tin Pin, Recollections - Vellum, and the clip, brad & eyelet are from my stash.

I was inspired by Sketch 304 from Creative Scrappers.


I was also inspired by the challenge at  More Than Words To use the word Beautiful and Butterflies on your creation. I did both!


Thanks for stopping by! Stay Crafty!!!

5 comments:

  1. Such a great interpretation of our challenge. Love what you have done. Thanks for playing with us at More Than Words.

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  2. Oh I love that layout! And yes, a very good interpretation of the challenge!!! Thanks for joining us at More Than Words!

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  3. Wow - I love this! What a perfect interpretation of the challenge! So glad you could join us at More Than Words.

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  4. Wonderful pictures! I love taking the kids into the butterflies expo at Montreal too. Your layout is lovely! Thank you for joining at More than words!

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  5. Gorgeous layout! Beautiful details! Thanks for playing along with us at Creative Scrappers!

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