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Western Scrapbook Layout - Stashbuster!


Western Layout

Today I want to share a layout using some new skills I am trying to get better at.  Have you noticed how many great digital elements there are these days? I know most of the products are aimed at card makers but I wanted to use some for layouts too. 
Are you like me and have a lot of "vintage" supplies? I have so many pretty papers and embellishments I bought so long ago! Since there is always something new and cute coming out, I seemed to have bought faster than I used. Sooo,,, I am trying really hard to use supplies I have on hand. We are going to be moving to our retirement home in the next year or so and I really want to move as little as I can. 
Print and cut title
I used my Silhouette Cameo 4 to print and cut the sentiment and the shadow layer as well. I will have a video shortly showing the steps needed to achieve this. The top layer is Neena bright white cardstock and the shadow layer is Bazzill. 

Stiched Rectangle Dies
Y'all I am loving these Nested Stitched Rectangle dies from Maker's Movement. I have been using them all over the place on so many projects. Their are seven dies in the set and they are super cute! I am working on a mini album with them now that I hope to be able to share in the next week or so. 

Adorn it
So,, who remembers when Debbie Mumm had paper lines with Creative Imaginations??? Does this officially qualify me as a paper hoarder??? Asking for a friend. 😃Anyway,, the cute background paper is from the Cowgirl Up line from Debbie Mumm. The border stickers are from AdornIt - and they match perfectly. I have been waiting a while to use these!

Rub on embellishments

The rub-on here is also from the Debbie Mumm line. Do you use rub-ons? I *love* them. I literally have a whole drawer full of them and I use them as often as I can. Best embellishment ever!  I added some faux stitching to the photo mat using a Stabilo fine line pen. I love the way it looks and sometimes I just don't want to use my sewing machine. This is so much simpler! 

Be sure to check out Maker's Movement and all the fun dies and stamps they have.


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