Simplement toi

Hello blogging friends,

Well, I missed Shimelle's starting point last question and I thought it was out of the question (can I say that?) this week! It may be the last day, but I am ready to enter the "challenge"!

First of all, here is Shimelle's starting point.

And here is mine!

I decided to use paint as well since I've had this Pebeo black paint in my closet for years and I never use it!

And finally, here is my LO

And a few close-ups

Shiny mosaic, looks like the title
Added a little bling!


Pretty much everything! This paper is from last year. This black paper/cardstock was one of the first papers I bought when I started scrapping. I don't even recall WHEN I bought the silver alpha... Same thing with the mosaic...


* I love this background paper. I've had it for a long time but I couldn't cut into it! And I'm happy about it now! Shimelle's starting point was a perfect way to showcase it... *HEART* *HEART*
* I used my Big Shot twice in this LO (journaling tag and snowflake)


* PP: "Winter Joy" collection by Bo Bunny
* Die cut machine: Big Shot by Sizzix
* Dies:
                * Journaling tags: "Labels Fourteen" Nestabilities by Spellbinder
                * Snowflake: "Snowflake" set by Sizzix
* Alpha:
                * Simplement: Generations alphabet stickers
                * Toi: "Rainboots" puffy Thickers by AC
* Tag on the right: "Upcycle" sticker sheet from Cosmo Cricket
* Mosaic: Grey Mosaic by Mark Richards
* Bling: From the stash

I hope you like the LO and TFL!!!


4 commentaires:

  1. Thanks for dropping by my blog and the lovely comments. I love your layout. I do the same thing, save a piece of paper cause I can't bear to cut into it! It is always great when we can show them off :-) Thanks for sharing.

  2. That is awesome that you used your stash to create this layout. Great use of paint. I still haven't got the nerve to use paint on my layouts. Great job! Thanks for sharing! P.S. Your nephew is adorable!:-)

  3. I'm always so scared to use paint. Good on you for digging it out and using it. It's a good take on Shimelle's sketch.

  4. The colours are just wonderful! I love the way you've picked out the baubles design in the corner.