Here's Amanda-Jayne Balwin's awesome layout we had to lift. When I first saw her layout, I fell in love with it and was hoping it would be a Scraplift Sunday challenge so I could lift it!
Here are some details. I have a whole bunch of old Making Memories acrylic paints, and they're all dried up, but they look pretty on the little spice rack on the wall of my scrap room, so I just keep them there. I wondered if I could add water, and that did the trick! I used a stencil brush to pain the swashes on my cardstock.
I always love it when I can use my older stash, and most of the stuff on this layout is old, including the bits of ribbon. I have so much ribbon from when it was all the rage, but it mostly sits, looking pretty, in the candy jars in my scrap room. So I was delighted to use a bit of it. That flair badge is by A Flair for Buttons.
I know the title is kinda cheesy and totally cliche, but it worked for the rainbow thing, you know? Those little letter stickers are 14 years old!
I also decided I'd use a bunch of old brads that I might not otherwise. A while back I organized all my brads by color, so it was easy to pick out some for this layout.
There are so many fun challenges over at the Paper Issues Friends & Fans Facebook page. I hope you'll come play with us.
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