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Perfect moments by CHARLEEN WALES

Perfect moments by CHARLEEN WALES

I cant believe its June already. I am not complaining as I live for summer and the Scrapaholix June kits are perfect to bring in the warmer weather. I just love the colour combinations of this kit.
The photos I chose to use for my DT project just happen to be the perfect moment. I happened to walk past our stairs and glanced up to see my daughter lying down on the landing between our two furbabies. It was just perfect and luckily I had my phone with me to capture the moment.
I started off by giving the white cardstock from the Main kit a light coat of clear gesso (which is from my stash). I then cut a border from the En Paper 1, which is also from the Main kit. I off-set the white cardstock slightly skew onto my border, in order to do this I had to cut 1cm off each side of the white cardstock.
I distressed the edges of my white cardstock and then added some sewing along the edge.
I stamped a little leaf type pattern similar to that of the En paper 1 pattern onto the white cardstock using my distress oxides. These distress oxides are available from The Mad Scrapper. The colours I used was Picked Raspberry, Kitsch Flamingo, Peacock Feathers and Speckled Egg. I then took a little water on a thin paintbrush and smudged places of the stamped image to give a water paint effect.
I have been so inspired with the scrapbooking community's use of circles lately that I decided to use them in my layout. I punched out three different sizes from the En Paper 1 from the main kit and En Paper 3 from the Add-on Kit, the punches are from my stash. I distressed the edges of the circles.
I used the gorgeous Green Tara paper flowers and the Sugar thread stamens from the Add-on Kit and the Bramble Fox perspextive from the Main Kit as my title.
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Karen - June 20, 2022

Love this colour combo xxxxxxx

Sue - June 20, 2022

Super layout. Aren’t we lucky to a camera close to hand 😊

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