Scrappy Goodness…part 2

As promised, here are some more scrapbook layouts from this weekend.  All pictures are clickable for a larger view if you'd like.

This first page was done with a kit from BoBunny Designs that was given to the attendees.  I immediately gravitated to the dark brown paper as a great backdrop for our Fourth of July photos – to give it an evening feel.

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To brighten things up a bit, I used a white gel pen for the journaling.  I also placed a Hambly white overlay on the fireworks picture from their Urban Chic Frames.
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And used my Copic markers to colorize the crystals on the butterfly and crystal swirls and corner to coordinate with my layout. 
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I also used Glimmer Mist in 'Chocolate Covered Cherries' to give the otherwise flat-looking black chipboard letters some fireworks of their own and added pearl dewdrops as well.

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Next up is a hybrid layout of all of the kids and their cousins during our trip to Hilton Head Island.  I utilized a kit from Scrap Within Reach, changing the colors to coordinate with my photos.

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I dragged the edges of the layouts through brown Glimmer Mist.   And I stamped images from the Beach stamp set in Momento Brown ink, into the framed squares.
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I'm not one to spend time making something look dimensional on the computer, but I am happy to report that the ink from my Epson R1800 didn't mind the use of Glossy Accents upon this trio of circle embellishments.  No movement at all.  I also stamped a tree and placed a little Glimmer Glass birdie upon the scene.
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And last up for tonight, another hybrid layout.  I used a picture of the surf as a background for the blue 'paper'.  Other digital elements from a kit by Corina Neilsen.

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I stamped the cream chipboard letters with brown Momento ink using the Definitions stamp by Tim Holtz for Stampers Anonymous.  I borrowed this from Jen and loved it so much, I bought one for myself today. 
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I wanted that text on the chipboard letters to coordinate with the background text on the elements on the page.  I also Glimmer Misted this newspaper flower to coordinate all beachy-like and then used Chalkboard Glimmer Mist in Hot Chocolate to change the color of this felt embellishment from turquoise to a dusty blue.  I love the opacity of the chalkboard colors.
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There are more layouts to share tomorrow.  Thanks for looking!

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