Welcome to the Rockin' Heart's team blog hop.If you are coming from Shirley's Blog your on the right track. If you are just getting started, today's theme is a Color theme: Lagoon, Honey, and Gypsy. There are 3 hoppers for this hop.
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I am loving this color theme as it goes well with several of the new papers in the Autumn/Winter 2013 Close to my Heart Idea book. I decided to focus with the Laughing Lola paper, as it is the paper I am featuring this month.
This layout I took the idea for it from pg. 15 in the Idea Book. In the book it was featuring the Decemeber stamp of the month set. I did not do that as I wasn't sure what photos I wanted to put on it yet. This is a great example on how the zip strips (designs on the top of the papers) can be used. Thats what the cheatah print is.
I like this one because it's fun and simple. I did not put temporary paper on it to show where pictures go but I figured it was fairly self explaining. This was done because I had just a few scraps left of the paper, and I didn't really feel a two page layout coming out of the scraps because of the size combination, so I mixed them together to make one. This also used up the Assortment that came with the Laughing Lola workshop on the go.
**This is a supply list I used to make the items, with their item code. The item code is linked to my personal website for ease of prick checking and shopping.**
Laughing Lola paper pack:X7170B
Black Ink: Z2105
Adventure mini Pigment ink set: Z2501
3d foam tape: Z1151
Color ready Accent cork shapes: Z1863
Licorice Opaques Adhesive gems: Z1335
Laughing Lola Assortment: Z1854
Laughing Lola Complements Dimensional Elements: X7170C
Slate Polka Dot Washi Tape:Z1817
Cricut Cartridge Artiste: Z1790
Stamp Set- Reel Life: B1431
Stamp Set- Honeycomb: C1537
(please note that for these two layouts some of these items were entirely used to use up something because one of the layouts was using scraps.)
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