Friday, 4 March 2016

International Scrapbooking Day Blog Hop

Goodmorning lovelies!! I am so excited to be apart of the International Scrapbooking Day Blog Hop today!! This is actually the first blog hop that I have been apart of! Today I am sharing with you a scrapbook layout that I made of my little puppy Daisy.
I am a guest designer for Spiegelmom Scraps this month and of all the sparkly goodies that Jody (the owner) sent me, one of my favourites is this sequin mix I used "Peachy Sherbet". I just love the soft hue of cream and peach mixed together with gold confetti and the gold stars. For my scrapbook page I used the cream sequins paired with the gold confetti and star confetti to add some sparkle to my page. Here are some close up pictures for you to see the cute clusters.
The rest of the materials I used were from my stash. I know the paper I used is Maggie Holmes and the gold stickers are Pebbles. And those burlap bows.... cuteness! Your next stop for the blog hop is Ka You will have just come from Anna's blog. Have fun hopping over to the rest of the blogs. Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs Ashley Here is the link for Ka's Blog Ka's Blog

13 comments:

  1. Beautiful layout with one of my FAV sequin mixes Ashley!! Love it!!

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  2. Lovely page... the colors, the gorgeous puppy photo, the sprinkle of sequins... perfection!

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  3. Lovely page... the colors, the gorgeous puppy photo, the sprinkle of sequins... perfection!

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  4. I love the gold glitter thickers.

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  5. Such a lovely layout, I love the gold hearts in the ackground and the sequins are totally lush.

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  6. Love the mix of neutral elements (especially burlap bows) with the gold!

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  7. Love, love, love those sequins!! Beautiful LO!

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  8. Beautiful papers for such a cute photo. I love the layering and the subtle sparkle of the sequins.

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  9. Those sequins are amazing. I love your layout, so pretty!

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  10. Love the neutral tones of your layout.

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