More Sweet Talk | Julie Taylor
Hi Magpies, Julie back again with you today sharing 2 more layouts using the Simple Stories collection Sweet Talk. I went more down the valentine route, with these 2 layouts but don’t be fooled by that! this collection has a lots more to offer, with all the cute icons, it would be great for babies, kids & teens!!
I decided to focus on the Tags paper, for this layout. Simple Stories seem be adding this design to all their collections & I for one am really pleased. Who doesn’t love a tag & with 15!!!!! yes 15 on one sheet there’s plenty to choose from & with it being double sided, cute phrases & patterns one side & plain with patterned tops on the other, you can’t fail to find something to suit!!! I cut apart the whole sheet & placed them both top & bottom of my white cardstock, raising some on foam tape for dimension.
I then built my cluster, going up the page, using Journalling bits & pieces, Die Cuts, cardstock stickers, fussy cut embellishments & puffy stickers.
I threaded some red twine, through the eyelets, on the bottom tags & looped & glued it.
In the top set of tags I threaded some small mini tags with letters ( from my stash) spelling ‘Love U’ & couldn’t resist hanging the cute sloth. I finished the layout with a few stencilled hearts.
Always & Forever & Ever
This layout could have many titles as I wanted to concentrate on the lovely 6×12 foam sticker words. There was loads to choose from so I thought I’d add them all!!, well not all as I do have some left, but lots of them.
I first started by adding some inking, stamping & stencilling to my white cardstock. I went with muted oxide inks & added it in a few spots around the page.
I then built my composition, around my 3 small photos, coming down the page, adding clusters to each using die cuts, stickers & puffy stickers.
That left me with space to add the foam words & a few hearts.
I’ve really enjoyed working with this collection, have you brought any of it? please share, over on the FB group any layouts you may have made with it, I’d love to see.
Until next time