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Loved by KAREN MOSS

Loved by KAREN MOSS

I have to say that 49 and Market are my favourite manufacturers at the moment and their products are always so beautifully packaged. I felt that some of this packaging was too nice to throw away so decided to use it on this layout. Do you save product packaging to use later as it is far too nice to throw away?

I started by using the Tranquility 6" x 8" paper pad. I noticed that the back cover of this paper pad had the reverse of one of the butterfly papers and so decided to use that, alongside one of the butterfly pages as the base for my page. I butted them side by side onto a piece of 12 x 12 paper from the Tranquilty Foundations Collection Pack. These papers are so sturdy that there is no need to use additional cardstock.

Next I cut butterflies from the remaining two 6" x 8" butterfly paper and added them on top of the butterflies on my layout. I folded the wings up and only added glue to the bodies of the butterflies, raising the wings.

 

I had a pack of Tranquility Essential File Set and loved the pink gingham packaging so used this to die-cut two doilies. I also cut a piece of the green gingham from the back cover of the Foundations Collection Pack to 5" wide and 6" tall and added to the centre of my butterfly papers, tucking a pink gingham doily under the top left and bottom right.

I used a file folder from the Essential File Set to hold two photos inside and one photo on the outside.

 

My title was a word from the Tranquility Chipboard Word Set and I used the Tranquility Cluster Kit to create the cluster at the bottom of my page.

 

Supplies used

Vintage Artistry Tranquility Cluster Kit

Vintage Artistry Tranquility Collection Pack 6"X8"

Vintage Artistry Tranquility Chipboard Word Set

Tranquility Foundations Collection Pack 12"X12"

Vintage Artistry Tranquility File Essentials

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Comments

Sue - April 1, 2023

Beautiful layout again. Yes I keep the packaging too. X

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