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I thought I loved the last two paper packs that I've been playing with - but after the projects that I have already made with No Worries - I'm going to have to get another set! I didn't have any tropical vacation pics to scrap - although I've decided to remedy that lol... However, I did have some fun camping pictures needing attention. No Worries is my favourite from this Seasonal Expressions 2 collection, basically because it is totally my style and colours! I love the blues and greys and browns and the casual beachy feel.
Workshop Your Way Kit. I made the three layouts from that kit - although I did change up the way that I used some of the papers, so that I had more leftovers. Then, I grabbed some cardstock from the coordinating cardstock pack and got to work. When I need quick inspiration - I always grab one of Jeanette Lynton's pattern books - so today I grabbed Cherish. If you don't have the whole collection of pattern books - now is the time to grab them, because they are on the discontinued list - leaving us on July 31st.
This first pattern is Visual Texture. I played with some old school techniques, using the edge-distresser to rough up the edges of my photo mats and add texture to my pages.
The second pattern was Scenic Byway. I used the Gold Shimmer pen blended with some Desert Sand re-inker to make the splatters.
Here's what I think is really cool about my work today - I completed 5 layouts in just 4 hours!! Close to My Heart really makes it quick and easy to save your memories in creative ways. Let me show you how:)
I hope you enjoyed my post today. Keep on hopping and see what Michelle Stewart has made at her blog.
Until we scrap again,