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Sweet Pea 12x12 scrapbook page with Butterflies & A Card too!

I can't tell you how MUCH I LOVE this pack of papers!!!

They are so pretty, so easy to work with and so FUN!!!!

I will put a photo in the large close to cocoa area, and one in the bottom rectangle and one over the script stamping-  the upper vanilla rectangle is for journaling.

On the butterflies, you cant tell but I used my Versmark Pen and colored them in and then put clear embossing powder on and heated it- they are stunning and add just a touch of glimmer. I have some photos of Jack I want to put in here (but I have to get them first from this spring! lol)

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I used the circle scissors to cut the coordinating circles and the blue strip is the back piece of the brown stripe under it! I added the only orange make the butterflies pop more and the brown shape underneath on the right? I bought a cardboard shape at a local scrap store, and I use it as a template to trace and cut my own papers!  Same with the shape under the flower.  The cute 3-d butterflies are made using the NEW Embossing folder frm page 24 bottom left of the Spring Occasions Mini- its so FAST FUN AND EASY TO USE!!

my favorite kinds of embossing folders! fast fun and easy easy !!

 

Today we are resuming our Wednesday gals group and we expanded  to 6 over the Holiday vacation- I will show you tomorrow what we make today. I am excited to get back in the groove.

 

Here is an adorable and FAST card made using paper from the Welcome Neighbor pad in the Sale a Bration Catalog - it was FREE PAPER!!  Our Favorite kind of paper!!!

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I didn't have to stamp anything! I just cut the 6x6 paper to fit the card, (always artichoke cardstock) tied on the ribbon, and used snail to adhere it! Piece a cake!

I didn't do anything with the inside "yet"  I was in a hurry to get it on my showcase board for class today, lol.

 

Off to our local Women in Busines Meeting this morning, I hope you have a fantastic day!

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Stacy Aannestad

Love your page, Gwen! That is adorable paper. You always do such great stuff!

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