So this is my first layout using the November Shake it off kit and add on from Scraptastic. I really do love this kit, but being in Canada, these kits seem to take forever to get to me… like 1 1/2 weeks longer then another kit club I subscribe to that shipped 3 days after this one. Oh well I ❤ it regardless.
Aside from the kit and add-on, things added from my stash were Canson 140lbs watercolour paper, my Smash book roller date stamp, Lindy’s Stamp Gang sprays in a coral and a yellow (I don’t have the colours beside me at the moment but if you would like to know just leave me a comment and I will get them for you, they were both Flat Fabio’s), as well as I cut down one of the polka dot acetate dividers from PL, and finally some beloved enamel dots from my stash.
I love taking things apart, like that stitched pocket here, I pulled the tag out of it, took the remember this off of the front added one of the fabric banner pieces and then put the remember this back on the front. Layers make me happy even if they are simple.
In the background here you can see that I started with some Golden Light Molding paste, and a butterfly stencil from prima.
This little tag with the crate paper on it was ever so cute but it was too tall for what I wanted… easy fix! Just cut it in half and glue it back together the crate paper hides the joint perfectly, later a few stickers from the sticker sheet and it is done!
I have been working on these pages for a while now, my little sister got married in August and I have been slowly completing layouts for her book. That is why, unlike most of my layouts, there is no journaling on this page, I leave that for her to do.
4 thoughts on “Let’s Dance”
OMG!!! This page for your sisters first dance…. absolutely STUNNING!! You outdid yourself Jess! Its gorgeous… I only wish I had as much talent in your pinky finger girl! LOL… and big hugs!
Just love love love this! The picture pops and the layout is so festive and detailed!
This is FABULOUS!!! Great job 🙂 Love the muted colors and how it enhances the offset picture! Great use of embellies also! TFS
This is beautiful, Jessie!