Saturday, October 1, 2016

Night Time Snuggles | Scrap the Girls

Hello Hello Scrappy Friends! 
First day of the month = a new challenge at Scrap the Girls
This month we're playing along with a Mood Board Challenge thats being Sponsored by Flutterby  Designs
I thought this was going to be a tricky challenge, but I really love how it turned out in the end. I'm really thankful for my obsessive organisation within my craft room, as it makes these challenges a little easier to create with.

Here's what I came up with..

I've chosen a sweet photo of Lelia to document, one thats very rare. We do love our nighttime snuggles here, and are cherishing every one while she's still willing. It's also a chance to document another moment in time - an 'almost' sleepover. In the 5+ years of her life, she's had 1 sleepover. Mainly due to us living with my parents for most of that time and it feeling like a constant sleepover lol 

I really love this colour combination, and I don't normally scrap using purple. It's a colour that is not often used within scrapbook collections, so it's quite tricky to match to the colours on the board. I went with similar shades that I had within my paper stash and completed the page with embellishments from D-lish Scraps

Love me a sequin bow, and maybe these paper flowers too. To add extra texture and interest to the page Ive torn the edge off the purple stripe paper, and used a border punch on the other. I also folded and stapled the corner of the spotted paper

I've added in a butterfly cut file from The Cut shoppe, it's been sitting on my desk for quite some time and complimented the page quite well.

A closer look at the layers, popped up with fun foam for dimension. The title is made up of thickers and alphabet stickers I've had in my stash for a few years..

Time for a new typewriter ribbon, as I'm really enjoying the finished look that typed journalling gives to a page.

And lastly an extra strip of paper from the bottom edge of the grid paper I used, I also tucked in a small piece of the purple stripe paper and stapled down a Wordfetti strip from D-lish Scraps.

Links to D-lish products used:

That's all from me today, be sure to check out the STG blog to see all the other designers work!
Thanks so much for stopping by 
Until next time, Happy Scrapping
Michelle xx

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