Double Up

I am making great progress on the Scrapbook and Cards Today Magazine 365 2018 Online Course … and loving every moment of it!

The SCT 365 2018 course is a sketch based course focused on creating a double page layout each month of the year, and includes a sketch for card makers too. For more details, check out Seeing Double with SCT featuring my January class page or Double Double featuring my February and March class pages.

Today I am here to show you layout I created for the April class – voila!

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I am crushing on Felicity Jane right now and this project is all the things Felicity. Most of the product is from the Willow collection but there is also some of her friend Caroline and of course a little Heidi too. Heidi is the original Felicity Jane gal I met and I seem to want to make sure she is part of every layout. My Felicity tribe!

Beyond it being amazing product, I just love how the Felicity Jane collections are named! Do you know each collection is named after a women and includes a description of the type of women she is? Willow is a bit of a free spirit which I think suits these travel pics of me and my sister in Scotland quite nicely! I wonder if they will ever have a Brande collection? What would cheeky and spirited translate to in pattern paper?

One last exciting note … I am so excited to say that I won the monthly SCT 365 2018 course prize for my February layout and will soon be playing with the Photo Play Paper Co. – Love Notes collection prize. Thank you SCT and Photo Play!

Brande

The Felicity Jane ladies that were part of this Edinburgh adventure: Felicity Jane, Heidi – Epoxy Alphabet, Pattern Paper (florals & chevron), Solid papers (mustard); Felicity Jane, Willow – Pattern Paper (dark teal & boho sketchy pattern, and blue and white stripe), Solid paper (dark teal), Die Cut Shapes; Felicity Jane, Caroline – Silicone Charms; Bazzill Basics Cardstock – White; and Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue 

One comment

  1. Love this! Playful yet streamlined, blocked photos… the two end titles are what sold me! Love it! Its gotta a such soft simple feminine touches and accents with out loosing the masculine flair of the patterns! NICE!

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