I wanted to share my Summer Of '69 layouts with you guys. It's bittersweet because it is my very last gallery ever at SC.
I had a wonderful time creating this month and when I was done I felt like everything was so meaningful and special to me.
That's a great feeling,right? I will miss contributing every month!
And Then There Was Joy
Some of the accents in the kit came in a little glassline envelope. I punched the envelope with my Stampin Up heart punch and used the hearts to circle the sweet photo.The rest of it is pretty self explanatory. Simple and sweet.
One Tough Princess
This one is all about how I believe it is possible to have tough, spunky,strong princesses.I hand cut the little banner from patterned paper.
The blue strip at the bottom is MME washi tape, which I LOVE.
Out and About
I really wanted to document the wonderful girfriends I had in Savannah,so I did a page about our girls night out. Lots of fun accents here (including that MME washi again) and the title work is playful, to match the theme. I can't get enough of these sweet butterflies. I think they are so ethereal and pretty.
True and Pure
I wanted this one to feel romantic and sweet, hence the florals,ribbons,and laces.
I cut the center out of a doily and used it to frame the photo on the left. The black and white photo is not very good quality (blurry iPhone pic) and I wanted to "pretty it up" with a doily frame.
I adore these little dipped confetti tags in the kit and I used them right up.
This was a great kit for me to go out with. Very "me" and this layout confirms that.
I wanted to acknowledge that this was my last month at SC so I made a layout thanking SC (the members,actually) for my time there.
I made a collage of past favorite SC kit layouts,printed it,and "framed it" with October Afternooon washi tape.
A handcut flower, some simple title work and journaling around the frame complete the page.
This one was emotional for me in the end, and I didn't expect that.
Splash mini album (click on any photo to make it larger)
I am not usually a mini person,but I really wanted to put all the photos in one album. I cut a piece of chipboard into 4×4 pieces. Each instagram is 3×3.
The cover is embossed using Aqua Zing and the SC chevron stamp.
This is VERY simple, I am not a mini expert. Washi and October afternoon label and phrase stickers and that's it.
So…there it is. The end of an era. Thanks for everything, SC.