To say I like working with Scrapperin’s Belle Pastel collection is an understatement. The colors and designs are just gorgeous, the stamp set very versatile. I have a new layout to share with you today, one that has turned out to be totally different than I had in mind. But I adore it nonetheless.
These pictures were taken on a picnic last summer. Makes me long for those sunny summer days again – lol. For the title I used one of the stamps of the Belle Pastel set. I stamped it onto an Ali Edwards journaling card. I chose not to use bigger, dimensional letter stickers for this layout. By stamping a smaller title, I believe I accentuated the calmth in this layout.
In the cluster on the left side of the pictures, I used some masking tape and fabric tape. The blue arrows are trimmed out from one of the manufacturers strips from the Belle Pastel papers. I just love little features like this to save and add to a page of project.
On the top left corner, I adhered some of the BasicGrey fabric tape, this one is from the Mint Julep collection. I just love that stuff. The stamp is from the Belle Pastel set, the stitched brad is from BasicGrey Paper Cottage collection. I thought it just fitted the yellows on my page.
Earlier this week, Felicitas posted more Belle Pastel inspiration on the Scrapperin blog. Check it out here. Tomorrow I’ll be back with a special project, about which I just can’t share anything yet. I hope to see you then!
Stamps: Belle Pastel – Scrapperin; Ink: Wet Cement Mid-Tone Shadow Ink – Hero Arts; Patterned Papers: Belle Pastel – Scrapperin; Misc.: Pinstripe Mr. Huey’s Color Mist – Stucio Calico, Ali Edwards journaling card, Neapolitan tag – Dear Lizzy, masking tape – mt, Mint Julep fabric tape & Paper Cottage stitched brad – BasicGrey, Photo Freedom alphabet & label stickers – Echo Park.