When the Page goes Left, go Right

“Well, that was interesting …”

If you’ve ever said that to yourself after a layout, you’re my people. I don’t know anyone who rips stickers off, pulls backgrounds apart or cuts pages down more often than me – I’m not bragging; I don’t think this is a record to be proud of. 😉

My inability to just let it go means I make a lot of mistakes, but can usually figure out how to get a pages that goes off the rails back on.

I started with our new sketch, a background (leftover from some mixed media play a few weeks ago), a stamp, some re-discovered stash and three small photos.

If you’d like to see how I went right when this layout was going left, check out the video below. (Yes. My head. Is. In. The. Frame. Again. I’m sorry. I rearranged my camera mount to give me more space, hoping I wouldn’t do that and I was wrong. Very wrong. 😉 It’s a work in progress!)

Here’s the finished layout:

Supplies: unknown patterned paper & card stock, Tim Holtz Distress ink
in Chipped Sapphire, Salty Ocean, Peacock Feathers & Squeezed Lemonade, Bo Bunny Stained Textures stamp, Pinkfresh Studio The Mix #1 diecuts, Dear Lizzy Lovely Day diecuts, various enamel dots

Thanks for stopping by!

Cheryl

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