Thursday, 25 April 2019

Scrapbooking Global Blog Hop| April 2019

Hello and Welcome to My blog,
 Today I am joining in the fun at Scrapbooking Global and this month's theme is Flowers or Spring:

I really had no idea what to make to share with you today but when I came across this picture of my daughter and her teacher from last year, I just had to scrapbook it and this is what I have come up with: 

The products I used were:
- Stamp Set: Making A Difference
- Big Shot: Rectangle Stitched Framelits
- Card Stock: Whisper White
- Designer Series Paper: Petal Promenade
- Memento Pad: Tuxedo Black
- Classic Stampin' Pad: Blushing Bride
- Classic Stampin' Pad: Garden Green
- Craft Stampin' Pad: Whisper White
- Aqua Painter
- Journaling Pens
- Stamping Sponges or Sponge Daubers

TIPS: Making this card I found that Petal Promenade designer series paper is very pretty but can be very over the top. One of the ways to tone it down and a way I have used is a sponge dauber and the Craft Stampin' Pad and just simply went over the designer series paper until I was happy with how it was toned down/ lighter in colour.

Thanks so much for stopping by and checking out my Card and I hope 
this has inspired you to start /finish a project that you have been 
working on. Don't forget to continue the Blog Hop all the way around
 to see what everyone has come up with.

You are currently with me - Rebecca-Jo Unwin, Click the next button to head over to see the next project or see the list below to see who is next in the hop.

Chat Soon,

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  1. Great page Rebecca-Jo. A lovely memory for you and your daughter. Thanks for sharing

  2. I do LOVE that you don't need much with our DSP to create a beautiful layout...Such a special photo needs to be used with this paper.
    Thanks for joining us on the Blog Hop Rebecca-Jo
    Cheers Shaz

    1. I couldn't agree more Shaz, thanks for have me.

  3. Greta photo of your daughter that DSP works well with it

  4. Rebecca-Jo, I like your idea about toning down the intense but beautiful DSP, I too love it and can find it a bit strong at times but you have made this work beautifully, a clean and simple design to highlight your sweet photo. x

  5. Cute page! Congratulations to Lynette! I like the way you explained how to tone down the DSP and how you used the Framelits to highlight your daughter and her teacher.

  6. congratulations! what an achievement. I love how you toned down the dsp to it didn't compete with your photo for attention. beautiful layout TFTS

  7. Great to focus and have the photo spotlighted. I just love that DSP, too