I have so many NEW things to share, it was hard to choose one for the New Product Blog Hop! But don't worry, what I do not share today, come back and check my blog for more new product peeks in the coming days.
I decided to share a layout that I created using Lollydoodle paper and the Artbooking Cricut Cartridge - Nursery Layout. My inspiration started with one of the zip strips from the Lollydoodle paper. Across the zip strip it reads..... "He said" "I Love You " "She said" "Kiss Me." So I planned my layout around that one little zip strip. The Lollydoodle Paper Pack has some adorable coordinating compliments that I wanted to use also.
You can see that I chose one of the Lollydoodle B&T's as my base page. I liked the little polka dots showing through my White Daisy cardstock overlay. I chose the photo frames with hearts for my layout. The frame on this page fits a 4x6 picture. Can you see the little wood grain hearts at the bottom of the frame? This is actually washi tape adhered to a piece of cardstock and taped to the back of the frame. The vertical leaves running from top to bottom of the page are two zip strips from one of the other B&T papers. The tree, owls and flowers are from the Lollydoodle stickease. I cut apart the "He said" "She said" zip strip and added it to the leaf zip strip like signs on a post.
Here I added the same woodgrain washi technique for the hearts and I used more stickease. I used a portion of the 3rd zip strip on this page! Can you find it? It's the 3 half circles above the "RAY!".
I also used a few Lollydoodle Assortments on these pages and added some Flamingo Dots to the centers on the flower stickease. These are just adorable!
I hope you enjoyed my layout! It was so much fun to create!! I have listed all the products I used below. In the meantime, if you like you can hop on over to Michelle Loncar's Blog.
Products used for this Lollydoodle Layout:
|Lollydoodle Paper - X7183B|
|Lollydoodle Compliments - X7183C|
|Lollydoodle Assortment - Z3006|
|Flamingo Dots - Z1934|
|Artbooking - Z1906|