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Sweet Princess 10 month old Layout

10 Month old layout

I am finally catching up with some scrapbook layouts and I love this one. My sweet princess was just so cute in this outfit - she was 10 months old. Yes - I did choose that outfit to match her amazing blue eyes!  I used a mix of new and old supplies to create this layout and I love how it came together.

stenciled background
I started project by adding some texture to the background paper using a DCWV stencil and Brea Reese paste.  I used 49 and Market papers for this layout- the colors are so pretty and matched my photos so well.  A Prima Crystal adorns the flower center of the fussy cut piece here.

I used Golden Heavy Body Gel Medium and colored it with Brea Reese Watercolor inks. After I marked out where my photos were going to go on the layout, I added the gel to the background and threw on a few Prima Art Stones in the small and medium size.  

Fussy cut papers
I layered lots of papers to create my background. The flowers in the corner were fussy cut from another piece of the same line. The mat behind the photo, the strips to the right of the photo, and the punched strip are all from the 49 and Market line - Cottage Life.

Metallic chipboard
My chipboard is Creative Embellishments and I used Lindy's Stamp Gang embossing powder to add the metallic coating. My punches are Martha Stewart  and the flower is from Petaloo. I removed the flowers centers and added a pearl instead - it was much less bulk than the original center. I am really working on keeping my a little more flat so I can fit more in an album. It's so hard!!!!

Prima Art Stones

The bottom photo is raised using foam tape so there was room to put the chipboard and gel behind it. I inked my edges using VersaMagic Dew Drops. I fussy cut two tiny butterflies and added them to the corner of the upper photo.  I finished the layout off with some doodling around the edge and a half tag as a journal spot. Some Snug-Hug seam binding was the finishing touch.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

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