This month I created this scrapbook page for one of my scrapbooking classes. I loved how it turned out and used it for my daughter's senior book I am working on. I still need to add a title and journaling but I won't be working on it again for a while so I thought I would show you how it turned out anyway.
I used Stampin' Up!'s Sale-a-bration paper pack Everyday Enchantment. I have loved designing and working with this paper pack. It can look really frilly like this two page spread or less girly like the truck page I showed last week.
I used one full sheet of the darkest color and trimmed it by 1/2" on one side, I then cut 2" off the sheet and glued one sheet to one page and the other sheet to the other one. I tucked coordinating cardstocks accents under these two sheets. The accent image was done using Designer Frames Textured Impressions Embossing Folders, now that is a mouthful. These are great little frames you can emboss into your cardstock using the Big Shot. I love the way they look, they make a terrific frame for the Bordering on Romance stamped image. I stamped it with Early Espresso ink and colored it using chalks and a q-tip. Chalking use to be my favorite way to color and I got out of the habit of using them so it was fun to color with chalks again.
I finished the page off by stamping the long flower stamp image with Very Vanilla craft ink and added a simple bow tied using the 1/8" organdy ribbon that comes in the Everyday Enchantment ribbon and brad pack.
You can earn several of these items for free, when you order before Sale-a-bration ends of March 31st at my stampin' site: https://wendythestamper.stampinup.net