Hello Cocoa Vanilla friends !

 

It’s Sophie with you today and a Throwback Thursday layout !

 

I used the Digital Hello Lovely collection that you can find here in the Cocoa Vanilla Studio Shop.

 

 

Everything you see on this page comes from the digital kit that I printed at home with my Ink Jet printer. Let’s guide you through my process:

 

I started with a thick white cardstock as my base and created a simple mixed media background with some Lindy’s Stamp Gang magical powders diluted with water. I also added splatters of color with my brush.

 

I used a cut file from the JustNick Studio store and backed it with some Hello Lovely patterned papers. I also added a little bit of watercolor paint on the leaves and flowers to give them more depth and interest.

 

 

I mounted the cut file on adhesive foam and placed it on the lower half of the page.

 

I printed a beautiful photo of my little Sabrina in black and white, added tissue paper and arranged it a bit crooked above the cut file.

 

I fussy cut the title, banner and ephemeras from the printed digital collection and made sure to pop them with adhesive foam for more dimension before placing them on my layout.

 

 

I also added fussy cut beautiful florals that I added on top of the cut file.

 

I teared a big chunk of the polka dot paper to place on the bottom of the page, adding to it a fussy cut scalloped border, different words and a label on which I stamped the date.

 

 

Finally, I handwrote my journaling with a fine tip black pen directly on my background and scattered a few white Nuvo Drops as the finishing touch.

 

Here are more close-ups:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I hope that you like my page today and feel inspire to use some older digital kits ! They are beautiful, very inexpensive and easy and fun to work with.

 

Please don’t forget how copy rights are important though in not sharing these files if you buy them.

 

Thank you so much for stopping by,

 

Happy creating !

 

Sophie xx

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