Here are a couple of layouts we did for the April Scrapbooking Challenge Class. These pages use all Stampin' Up! cardstock and designer series paper. However, I used my Quickutz Dies with the Big Shot for the rainbow and rain boots. The dies worked wonderfully in the Big Shot. I just had to add a couple of pieces of cardboard under the plastic sandwich plates. Unfortunately the felt flowers are no longer available through SU. Sigh!
April Rainbow Page Recipe:
Cardstock: Bashful Blue, Ballet Blue, Yoyo Yellow, Whisper White
Rainbow colors: Real Red, Yoyo Yellow, Only Orange, Green Galore Ballet Blue and Lovely Lilac
Clouds: Scallop oval punch, Welcome Neighbor DSP
The photo mats were cut out using the Bigz Clear Scallop Square Die.
Flower Page Recipe:
Cardstock: Old Olive, Sweet Pea DSP
Accessories: Old Olive 1/2 inch striped grosgrain ribbon, Stitched Felt Sweet Pea, Epoxy Brads (Sending Love Pretty in Pink 1/2 inch)
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