Hi there! Nathalie DeSousa with you today sharing my first blog post as part of the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine team. I am very humbled and excited to share a bit of my work with you all, so what better way to show you my style than to create a 12×12 scrapbook page that combines a bit of mixed media and the beautiful Bliss Collection from Simple Stories.All those beautiful and soft colors in the collection are perfect to document spring and new beginnings, so I pulled a cut file from the Silhouette library, and backed it with papers from the collection.To add dimension to this page, some Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L 3D Foam Squares were used to attach the cut out to the background. A bit of distressing on the top edge of the page provided the perfect place to add a small cluster of embellishments.Some of the floral motifs were fussy cut from different papers from the collection, and then added along with other embellishments in clusters around the picture. Finally to complete and balance the page, a small cluster of embellishments was created at the bottom edge of the page. All those soft colors are the perfect background for this picture of my daughter in one of our walks at spring time.I hope this serves as inspiration.
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Cut file: Silhouette Store Nic Squirell design # 154177
Cardstock: Michaels Recollection White Linen 12×12
Adhesive: Scrapbook Adhesive by 3L E-Z Runner Grand refill and 3D Foam Squares
Ink: Ranger – Archival Ink in Jet Black and Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink Pads in Tater Rose, Seedless Preserves, Cracked Pistachio, Shaded Lilac
Spritz: Heidi Swapp Color Shine in Gold Lame
Tools: Ranger – Ink Blending tool, Silhouette Cameo 2
Patterned Paper: Simple Stories Bliss collection
Embellishments: Simple Stories Bliss collection: 6×12 Chipboard Stickers, 4×6 Cardstock Stickers, 12×12 Cardstock Sticker combo, Bits and Pieces, Clear Stickers
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