Yes, if you like the rock crooning of David Lee Roth in your head then you have come to the right place. I could not get that song out of my head while working on the layout I am sharing today. As the name of blog states, “Just the Paper.” That is what I am all about. Pretty papers that make me think happy things like being on vacation in a tropical paradise. So that brings me to miss Dear Lizzy by American Crafts. There has been several collection releases but most of them evoke this ephereal quality of warm days and happy thoughts. Particularly, the Spring, Neapolitan and 5th & Frolic collections. These were just right for scrapping pictures of the resort Brad and I stayed at in Costa Rica. I even managed to snatch a snapshot of Brad picking flowers for me.
I know, enough talk- lets get to the reveal.
Title: paradise. Cardstock: American Crafts (white), Bazzill (grenadine). Patterned Paper: American Crafts Dear Lizzy- Spring (Flowering Fields, Picking Pansies, Drangonfly Dance, Raindrop Rapture, Dear Lizzy Neapolitan 6×6 paper pad, Basic Grey-Shine On 6×6 paper pad. Die Cut & Punches: Spellbinders (nested leaves), Poppy Stamps (gentle leaf). Stamps: Stampendous (Save the Date, Jumbo Rose), Hero Arts (Travel Journal), Studio Calico (Hey Project Life, Adventure). Embellishments: American Crafts Dear Lizzy-Neapolitan (fabric & epoxy brads, plastic rose brads, decorative tags, ribbon), American Crafts Thickers-Heart, My Mind’s Eye- the sweetest thing (enamel dots, lavender fabulous label stickers, tangerine happy label stickers)- lost & found two (rose ordinary label stickers)- Follow Your Heart (brad), Elle’s Studio (The Sweet Life Pennants).Copic Markers: R14,R17,R20,R22,R24,R27,Y21,Y32,Y35,Y38.Inks: Stampin Up (Poppy Parade, Wild Wasabi), Ranger Distress Ink (black soot), Momento (tuxedo black). Misc: Paper Presentation- small vellum envelope.
See, I told you so. After looking at this layout you will have David Lee Roth crooning in your head all day. That should be reason enough to keep coming back. Thanks for stopping by. More to come, Celia.