Hi Scrappy Friends, it’s Michelle back today with a new layout share featuring the sweet These Days Collection. I was seriously lacking in scrappy mojo this week so I took a walk down memory lane and chose a layout I made a few years back to scraplift. I added a few cute squishy cheek photos of a soon to be 11 year old and came up with this…

I love everything about this collection, and have had a hard time using all the pretty papers as they’re just all so beautiful. The rainbow ombré paper Daybreak was one that I was saving for a rainy day, and I reckon this was the best way for me to use it.

I added pieces of the smaller pattern papers from the A5 paper stack to some white cardstock and sewed them down into a grid design, leaving space for a few stinkin cute photos. These photos were taken so long ago, but I still remember how squishable those cheeks were.

I added a gold heart to the edge of this photo along with a cluster of florals from the A5 version of Home Grown paper, plus a couple cute puffy heart stickers.

I backed this sweet photo with the A5 wood grain paper Pretty Posies to help it pop off the layout a little more, with the addition of an accessory sticker tab.

Up on the top right I’ve used a mix of florals from both the 12×12 and A5 size of Home Grown paper, adhered with different adhesives for a range of layered dimension.

I added the title to the bottom right using a Foam Title sticker and a banner that I’ve fussy cut from an Pocket Page card.

Above the title I added another cluster, because there’s no such thing as too many floral clusters right? And when the florals are this damn pretty how can you stop?

Here’s one more….

Well that’s the last of the floral clusters for now. I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing my latest creation. Feel free to share in the comments about how you fix your lost scrappy mojo. Do you go back and scraplift yourself?

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Until next time, Happy Scrapping
Michelle x

 

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