Have you ever had a photo that you loved so much you scrapped it twice? Well, that hasn’t happened to me…until this week.  It’s silly really.  I have so many lovely photographs from my daughter’s Graduation which I MUST scrap…and all I wanted to do last week was use one of them for 2 different design team assignments. Oh, well, I thought…and went with it.

Here is my layout that is being featured on the Quietfire Design blog.

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That gold glitter paper is self-adhesive from Core’dinations, and let me tell you, it’s fantastic! It comes in 12 x 24″ sheets, very lightweight, glitter does NOT come off and cuts beautifully with my Brother ScanNCut.

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I stamped on watercolour paper and then scan and cut the circles and diecut poem with the ScanNCut. I love that I can scan and cut around any design. This gorgeous Quietfire Design stamp set is called “Butterfly Circles, May the Wings.”

I used a purple Tombow Dual Brush pen with water to create a watercolour effect on the butterflies, which were also cut with the ScanNCut. The butterfly is a cut file from svgcuts.com

The papers are Fabscraps collection “Tranquility.”

If you would like to see more, please visit the Quietfire Design website and blog and click HERE. There are so many beautiful calligraphy stamps and other images that you will love!

Happy Crafting!

1 Comment on Quietfire Design Stamping on a Layout

  1. Kathy Jo
    September 5, 2015 at 3:57 pm (1 year ago)

    HI Kelly! I already left some love at Quietfire but had to do so on your blog, too. What a lovely, lovely layout!!


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