5.29.2014

A clever layout by Melissa!

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I love the super cute background that Melissa made Quinn's Capital ABCs. Perfect for kid photos!

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This is such a super clever idea! She used our Lawn Fawndamentals Notecards for a place for hidden journaling! I love this so much!

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Flair is such a great little embellishment!

Thank you so much for sharing this awesome layout, Melissa!
Thank you so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day,

8 comments:

  1. Sooooo sweet!! I love the super cute background too!!

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  2. My, oh my!...This is sooo SWEET! Love it!

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  3. I am still learning when comes to Papercrafting, have a couple of questions to ask. When you stamp your images, like a critter for example that you want to color in what kind of ink do you use? I've also watched some of your video for cards. When you make a sky background you usually use use Tim holtz distress ink and the felt blending tool. Does it have to be distress ink to blend like that? What is the difference between pigment ink, dye ink, and distress ink? I don't have anyone around here I can asks those questions. Maybe you or any of your readers could help me out?

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    1. Hi Tess, thanks for asking such great questions. There are inks for almost everything you can think to do. Our friend Jennifer McGuire has done lots of informative video tutorials comparing inks for different uses. Here's a link to a post comparing pigment and dye inks: http://bit.ly/1tTTGrU. For coloring with alcohol markers we like to use Memento dye inks. Distress inks are made for blending and work really nicely for making colorful backgrounds. I hope this helps, let me know if you have more questions nkrueger410 (at) gmail (dot) com

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    2. Thanks for the help, Nancy!! Great answer!

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  4. I love layouts created with Lawn Fawn products! I love the use of the note card so much fun and more journaling possibilities!!!

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  5. What a cute idea, love that she only colored in part of the alphas. Adorable!

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