Thursday 18 February 2021

Eyes down it's bingo time

Hello and welcome,

I was really excited when I saw the theme for this months Scrapbooking Global Blog Hop as I ma truly addicted to the splatter effect and using Stampin' Up! Playful Alphabet dies.

One day I was on Nana duties and whilst waiting for my eldest granddaughter to come out of school, Isla started playing with a neck pillow. It just melted my heart and was just so cute.

As you can see I used the splatter technique (hitting a blend pen on a pair of closed scissors) for the background and stamped random hearts all over using the Banner Years stamp set and added resin hearts embellishments that I have coloured using old olive and real red blend pens.

Thank you for taking the time to read this post, I hope you have enjoyed looking at what I have created.  It is now time for you to carry on with your Scrapbooking Global blog hop and head on over to have a look at what Janice is working on.

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  1. Very cute photos! Love this idea. :)

  2. I love the way you've recessed the letters for the title and the matchy paper to your photos. Super cute!!

  3. Cute layout to go with your cutie! The drop shadow you've created on your title is very effective.

  4. Love this Alison ..gorgeous photos too! Great splatter technique shared thanks!


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