Young Wild & Free Layout/Nicole Martel

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Good morning! I finally used the Don't Grow Up Collection and I am in love!! Ah, what a lovely collection. I've had these photos of Edward from about three years ago... I have not scrapped them yet, but after looking at the Don't Grow Up Collection, I felt the photos made a perfect match! Everything flows together so nicely. 

I decided to cut some of the elements from the journaling cards to use as embellishments for the layout. I simply cut them out and mounted them down using foam squares for added dimension. 

I added the flair and sticker dots for fun. Then I tore the washi sticker papers at the ends and added a strip at the top of the photo.

To complete the layout, I added a little bit of journaling at the bottom to fill in the white space.. I also included a sticker and stamping at the bottom right-side of the photo.

What do you think? It's super simple, but ohhhh so cute! I created a process video so you can see how this came together. 

Before I go for today, I want to share another layout I created with the Don't Grow Up Collection. I hope that after reading this post and seeing the video, you see just how versatile this collection is. It's not just for documenting those adorable babies.

I love the adorable arrow printed paper and blue grid patterned paper. They are so pretty. I couldn't decide whether I wanted a blue base or the arrow... I decided on the grid as the center base in case I wanted to journal...

I cut the "E" from the patterned paper to use as an embellishment and stamped the "Never Grow Up" image onto paper and then cut it out. I initially stamped on the layout and the stamp I had to do a quick fix, which you will see in the video. After 20 years of scrapbooking, I still make mistakes and that's OK because most of the time, I know how to fix them. :)

I used a stamp to create the border around the center to create a nice frame for the layout.

The papers are perfect for fussy cutting cute patterns to use on your layout as embellishments. Simply cut them out and adhere them to the layout using foam squares and add a gem to the center for added dimension.

Here is another video of my process! Enjoy!

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