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Wednesday, 15 May 2019

Sweet Girl Australasian Blog Hop


Hi & welcome to our Sweet Girl Australasian CTMH Blog Hop! If you arrived from Danielle's blog you are in the right place. If you landed here by accident, please join in by following the link at the end of this post. 

My first layout was Inspired by layout p84 SE2 2019, and created using  Sapphire, Linen, Almond & Glacier cardstock, Sweet Girl paper pack, C1786 - Our Family stamp set, Glacier & Sapphire ink pads, Sapphire Crochet Thread, Stitched Circles Thin Cuts, Thin 3D Foam Tape. I cut the family name on the cricut but it could just as easily be created by stamping, using the gorgeous White Alphabet stickers above or even the Alphabet Thin Cuts. 


This layout was also inspired by one from page 127 of Seasonal Expressions 2, 2019. I used Fern, Mink, Peach, Sapphire & Sugarplum cardstock, Sweet Girl paper pack, Basic Circles Thin Cuts, Stitched Circles Thin Cuts, Stitched Flowers Thin Cuts, Lace Border Thin Cuts, Subway Tile Embossing Folder, Silver Embellishing Thread, Silver Glitter Gems & Sugarplum Glitter Gems.


The final layout I am sharing with you today was created using White Daisy & New England Ivy cardstock, Sweet Girl paper pack, Sapphire Crochet Thread, D1852 - Timeless Textures stamp set, D1860 - You Are My Sunshine stamp set, Black & New England Ivy ink pads.


Even though this collection is geared towards the little girls in your life, the papers are so versatile, they can be used for much more!

This gorgeous collection is available till the end of August, while supplies last, so you do have plenty of time to get your hands on it! Contact your consultant to get yours, or if you don't have a consultant, you can contact me here.

I would love you to leave a comment before you continue your way around our blog hop by visiting Doris to see what she has created!

Come back again soon to see what is NEW and what I have been creating.

Doreen

4 comments:

  1. I love your take on these layouts. It's so great to see "non-baby".

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  2. Great use of the stitched flowers in coordinating colors!

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  3. Lots of layout inspiration & I love how you made them not for a baby girl. Really showing how versatile these papers can be.

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