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Monday, 6 April 2015

A scraplift challenge

Amanda, from Amanda's Scrapbook Pages, posted a scraplift challenge both on her blog and on the Facebook page we are both in, For the Love of Pretty Paper.

Her original layout is this one:

I decided to scraplift just one side of the layout and came up with this layout:
I have scraplifted the four quadrants of patterned paper, but when I chose the photos I wanted the rest of the scraplift sort of went out of the window! However, I really enjoyed creating this and it was great to have Amanda's page as a starting to point. I don't think my layout would have turned out like this if I hadn't started off doing a scraplift.
I enjoyed doing some fussy cutting, punching butterflies, glittering up some wooden butterflies and using a load of stickers and papers I had from Websters Pages.

So thank you Amanda! I really enjoyed myself this afternoon!

6 comments:

alexa said...

Spring is bursting out all over! Such colourful attention to detail makes this one really zing.

Melissa said...

Such a happy layout! I like having a staring point to scraplift & often go in a different direction after that initial start. But I agree that it's great to have a starting point!

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Jo said...

That is a beautiful page, I love the fussy cutting and lots of added detail x

Maria Ontiveros said...

Your background pp combo is so happy and goes so well with the photos

Gail said...

Love how you've made the scraplift your own and I think it looks better!