Sunday, January 7, 2018

'Happy' by Amy

Hi there!

I hope you are enjoying your summer break and having some downtime with your friends and family. Perhaps you are at the beach, poolside or even outdoor camping? Or at home wanting to do some scrapbooking!
 
Near us, we have a gorgeous outdoor pool. I love capturing the contrast of the bright blue against the tiles whilst the sun is glistening on the water surface.
 
Pictured here is my youngest, Samuel, during an early morning training session.
 

To match the colour of that blue water, I layered the background papers using one of my ‘fave’ Cocoa Vanilla papers. Next, I trimmed my three photos to size and adhered them down to a strip of red chevron paper and placed them on the left side of the page.

 

Then, as you can see here, I have hand-stamped various words and symbols. This delightful acrylic stamp set was a complimentary set as part of November’s subscription set.
 
I have torn some strips of washi tape from past JAP kits. The colours were perfect as it ties in with my bright summery tones. I die-cut the word ‘Happy’ as my title here. Around the title I have randomly placed some of the cute enamel hearts and dots


I created a little cluster on the right-hand corner. The flair button used here is from the ‘Summer in Tuscany’ JAP kit. To accentuate the ‘2017’, I placed a ‘Clear Glass Cabochon’ from the Store. These are so cool: a fantastic way to create bubbles or to provide a 3D effect.


Pictured here, around the photo, I have used the following from the D-Lish Store:


On the very corner of this photo, I have trimmed down my chosen words from the ‘Journal Its’ collection in the store.
To add dimension, I used an enamel heart and more clear glass cabochons.
 
On the left-hand side, placed next to the photo, I have used a journal its from a past kit. I trimmed the corners to create a tag-like look.
 
I am happy with the cool and summery tones used here. The D-Lish Scraps embellishments are so versatile and wonderful to use. I hope this has given you some inspiration.


Ciao for now, Amy
 

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