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How time flies... and just like that we're in the month of July! Today I'm back to share with you a layout that I incorporated with butterflies. Just before I share with you my layout, let me just walk you through on a couple of supplies that I used. 

The "Sweet Rose" patterned paper is absolutely stunning! I called it the "modern vintage" patterned paper. Not only it has vintage elements, the colours are pastel tone & just lovely. Certainly my kind of colours to go whenever I scrap! I also love the touch of black that gives a little contrast to all the pastel colours. I just knew I have to use this paper on my layout. 

I'm always a huge fan for anything butterflies & had to include them on my layout. So with that in mind, I took out my Sizzix Bigshot Plus & Butterflies dies (similar) and roll them out on the Sweet Rose paper. Aren't those butterflies so pretty? I love the colour- block-looking butterflies!

I absolutely love how easy you can just "throw in" some butterflies on your project & they instantly look so classy + pretty. By overlapping the butterfly wings, they create a "moving flow" on the layout. I also decided to use a similar coloured patterned paper called Blossom at the back of the cardstock to create a harmonious look to my overall layout + also chosen the embellishments of the same colours to create a cohesive look as well. 

By adding adhesive pearl/bling in the middle, they instantly give a classy look to the butterflies!

By positioning the photo & the ephemera pieces in a descending lines sure gave a fun look to my layout. 

Maggie Holmes Bloom 12x12 paper - Sweet Rose
Maggie Holmes Bloom 12x12 paper - Blossom
Maggie Holmes Bloom 12x12 Chipboard Stickers
Maggie Holmes Bloom Ephemera Die-Cuts
Maggie Holmes Bloom 6x12 Accent Stickers
Maggie Holmes Bloom Rubber Shapes

Thank you for coming by!
Xoxo Jessy


Pam said...

I'm so happy to have found your blog! My mind is racing with ideas now. What a brilliant idea to use the cut-apart sheet for your butterfly punch. I have partial sheets languishing in my stash - they're going to become circles and butterflies tonight!