Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Documented CTMH Australasian Blog Hop

If you arrived here from Shaunna's Passionate About Pages, welcome.
If you landed here by chance, join in and hop around! This hop features our stunning Documented collection. I've never seen a paper suite like it.
This is my absolute favorite pack from Seasonal Expressions 2 and I am so sad to see it go at the end of the month!
Featured colors: Almond, Bashful, Blossom, Charcoal, Eggplant, Heather, Linen, New England Ivy, Nutmeg, Peacock, Saffron

I created this layout for my last Beginners Scrapbooking workshop from Seasonal Expressions 2. It uses some gold glitter to emphasize the yellow flowers in the paper.
I added the shimmer brush painted flowers after I took the full photo. It needed some oomph!

I'm really excited about how these cards came together. I'm planning out my Christmas Card workshops and they will be my featured designs.
The flowers reminded me of stars so I grabbed my star stamps and went to town. A little of this, a little of that, poof!

To make these projects, I used my basic toolkit plus these materials. Click through to purchase or contact your consultant. Basic Toolkit: (Versamat, Trimmer, Adhesive Runner, Non-stick Micro-tip Scissors, and Stamping Starter Kit), Documented Paper Packet and Coordinating Cardstock, Black Cardstock, White Cards & Envelopes Value Pack, Basic Stars and It's Your Day Thin Cuts, Documented Cardmaking Stamp + Thin Cuts, Gold Glitter Paper, Eggplant Canary Sea Glass and Peacock Exclusive Inks, Make It from Your Heart™ Volume 3, retired Christmas and Stamped with Love stampsets.

I'd love it if you'd leave a comment below and pin my projects before you pop over to Lauren Moore's CTMH Craftings.


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5 comments:

  1. The glitter paper looks so pretty on your layout.

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  2. I love the glitter thin cut on a page. I am partial to glitter!!

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  3. That Christmas card is lovely and I am obsessed with the gold glitter card too!

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  4. You are so good at thinking outside of the box - I would never have thought to use this for Christmas!

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    1. I had ideas in mind, I had no Christmas papers on hand, I used what I had. ;)

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