Fancy French Flair

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Little Mini with a French flair.  The flowers are from Petaloo…I layered 3 for a really big impact. The stickers are Stickabilities. I covered chipboard with pretty music paper then added the sticker and buttons. The ticket element is actually a stamp that I applied to a scrap of file folder and cut out and inked….more stickers to finish the look.  I topped it off with a pretty metal element for a little bling.

The first set of pages has pretty paper from GCD Studios. I layered a butterfly that I cut out of a separate sheet with more stickers, some chipboard elements from BasicGrey, and a lock and key chip set from Maya Road. Notice the French ribbon on the key?

The paper on these pages is from Paper Loft. So pretty!! I printed out my favorite little clip art postale card…cut them out and inked them.  I thought the photo corners were a nice touch…like you would find in a really old scrapbook. I layered a few things on chipboard..to give some dimension. More flowers from Petaloo.

I really love this set of pages. Just something about blue and brown together I guess. Those of you who frequent my store will say ahh huh. LOL  The little tower element is some sticker covered chipboard. Actually it’s 2 stickers with a rub on corner. the flourishes are rubons too. So are the photo corners.

Simple back cover. Same paper as front. I think it’s from Dreamstreet. If I’m wrong…I’ll post an update. It’s so fancy and flourishy. Just a little tip….the stickers were kinda sheer..so I applied them first to paper and cut them out again. I chose darker paper…to give the stickers a more aged look…but you could do the same with white paper…for a more crisp look.

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