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Happy Days by Sue Crease
Here I am sharing a layout I have made for the themadscrapper.blog but I am also using a layout I loved from The Mixed Media Frenzy Facebook group. I love to get inspiration from lots of different groups (I'm sure you're just the same?) in ways to use my stash so that not everything I make looks the same!
This layout I've called Happy because that is what I feel when I look at her with her toy having so much fun in the garden in the sun.
I started off with a sheet of bazzill-basics/white-canvas and to the centre I added a strip of prima-marketing/rub-ons this is my first time using them and they can be used with powders, foil, glitter and floss. I used a mixture of of 3 embossing powders and they worked so well.
Then I took 3 different distress inks and using the carrier sheet method I added the watered ink to the page.
Then I grabbed papers from my stash that went with the colours I've used. yellow stripe from little-dreamer-boy-play-all-day , the blue is from simple-vintage-cottage-fields-sweet-life, hearts from little-dreamer-girl journaling-cards and the pink is from a Kaisercraft collection of sweet baby girl.
As you can see I stitched down the centre of my pie-slices of paper in either green, coral, navy or pink thread. I stuck them down using double sided scor-tape (Janine sells this in 5 widths). Next I took my photo of our puppy (she's almost 4 but we call her that lol) and mounted it on to 3 layers one being printed paper the other 2 plain bazzill-basics in coral and navy.
Then I added around the page sequins, mini hearts and black Nuvo drops.
You can see in the photo below I added paw prints in 2 sizes about the page along with a bubble/heart stamp too.
After deciding not to go with the inspiration photo on where they put the title I added mine at the bottom left. I also added a black line around the edge of the page and also added different colours around each slice too.