CREATIVE ART/Nicole Martel

Good morning friends! Nicole here with two layouts I created using the Everyday Story collection. Last month, my bestie and I went away to a weekend crop about 2 hours from where we live. We needed to get away...and we had a great time staying up late, crafting our hearts out.

I really Love the colors in this collection. It's super pretty and serene. I made the tag using a metal die and patterned paper. The plants and camera were cut from patterned paper and adhered using foam squares to add dimension.

After I finished with this layout I felt it was still too I cut the lace borders from patterned paper using a metal die. I think it was just what I needed! I used alcohol ink to stamp the images so that some of them were subtle. 

Some of the sentiments were stamped in black so they stood out more.

Do you spy the stamped brushes? :) You have to really look along the edges of the layout. :) I had to find a clever say to use them without overdoing it with the stamps.

Products Use: Studio Forty Everyday Story Collection and stamps

What do you think? Isn' this so pretty? I'm so happy with how this turned out. 

Here is another layout I created using Studio Forty's Everyday Story Collection. I love the overall design of this layout.

I used a variety of journaling cards and cut-apart sheets to mat the photo. Then, I made a tag using a piece of paper and a metal die.

I cut a variety of the dies from paper! Super fun and a great way to stretch your patterned paper to make embellishments!

I added a few circle dot stickers (my fave) with a tiny pink gem just to make it fun. 

Speaking of using patterned paper to create embellishments... stamps make great embellishments too! I stamped the paper clip onto a piece of patterned paper in a blush ink and cut it out. :)

I think the background paper really makes the photo pop! What do you think? I think this is a pretty simple layout aside from all the fussy cutting. :) Thanks so much for visiting today!

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