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Layout – Overdue

Hello scrappers! When I found out that we would be partnering up with Lawn Fawn for the week, I got a little giddy because it meant that I would be given a chance to play with their fabulous product. Yay! Being a book worm, I decided to play with their “Check this out” stamps and papers. I LOVE these papers and since I couldn’t decide on a few of the patterns from the scrap pack, I decided to use bits and pieces from all of the papers. 🙂 Also, I used the stamps to create my title and a cute little book at the bottom… I simply stamped an image onto patterned paper and cut it out to create my very own paper embellishment.

Blog post by: Nicole Martel

May Arts Ribbon Used:

406-15-04 Natural Burlap with Stripes

Partners in Craft Supplies Used:

Other Supplies Used:

  • Creative Memories: Cardstock, Heart border punch, Corner rounder, Star punch
  1. Lee

    I love the layout!  Adore the chenille ribbon!

  2. Maureen Hayes

    Being a library girl, this is one of my favorite stamp sets by Lawn Fawn, and I love how you used it in this layout.  I don't tend to use stamps in my scrapbooking, but this got me to thinking I should give it a try!

  3. Kim H

    great layout, love how you did the heart with th ebook pages, very creative for the page. thanks for sharing.

  4. belldoubleyou

    The products you used are lovely, of course, but my favorite part is the photo of the two pages brought together into a heart.  Bookworm love forever!

  5. Lauren Taylor

    Fun layout! Love the ribbons and colors you chose!

  6. Kayla Foister

    I love the way you used the stamps! This layout looks awesome, I am a bookworm too so my opion is biased. Great job! 🙂

  7. Grá

    Lovely LO 🙂

  8. Dorina D

    LOVE the use of the various LF papers in your layout. So cute and fun. Great job.

  9. Margie Visnick

    Beautiful layout!!

  10. Cynthia Baldwin

    Great strategy to use the bits of Lawn Fawn paper – looks great as a border for your page. Love the theme of this stamp set, and it makes for a great page!

  11. Noreen

    Cutting out the centers of some of the hearts is an interesting and fun idea!

  12. Nikki C

    What a fantastic Idea to use alot of different papers such a kewl idea 🙂

  13. NWFlamingo

    I was really expecting that you were expecting and overdue ,,, but seeing your layout made it all much clearer!  Cute!

  14. sharon gullikson

    I love that stamp set, although I don't own it yet. I'm a bookworm, too. I need it… Thanks for showing us your creativity…

  15. Aida

    I love your layout, I also enjoy reading!! Great Job

  16. Barb Ghigliotty

    Such a fun layout! I love your choice of Lawn Fawn stamps and how you placed all the pretty ribbons!

  17. Miriam Prantner

    What a fun layout!  I don't want to even think about how much I have paid in overdue fines over the years….

  18. Message Keeper

    Fabulous layout and I love your title so much!

  19. Dana W

    Wonderful layout!! Love that first ribbon!!

  20. Denise Bryant

    Fun page! Love the colors!

  21. Holly Tolman

    I love to read so much too! But at first glance of the title "Overdue" my first thought was being "overdue" for waiting for a child to be born and I was going to say, been there, sone that!

  22. Chitra

    I really love your layout, the way you have used different ribbons, papers really cool..

  23. Chitra

    So cool layout, the way you have used different ribbons, tape, different papers.. I really love it..

  24. Sue D

    I like how you used so many of the papers and the stamped book embellishment.


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