Happy Friday Everyone! TGIF! The weekend is here! Yay! I don't have anything planned except cleaning the house, but I'm still glad it's the weekend! Today I wanted to share my SFTIO DT Reveal #3. This month at SFTIO (Scrapbooking From The Inside Out) we are focused on 'wonder.' The December 'Wonder' kit is so awesome! If you would like to check that out, go HERE.
This page is called 'Constantly Amazed By You' and is about my hubby, Brandon. Brandon is constantly amazing me with his charm, tender heart, and work ethic. He is such a good person and I am so grateful that he chose me. I love him more than anything on this Earth and this page is just for him. This page features patterned paper and embellies from Cosmo Cricket. The white dotted shaped paper in the background is Core'dinations. I cut it with my Cricut Expression die cutting machine and SCAL software. If you are a SCAL user and would like the svg file like this, shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll be glad to send it to ya!
I also brought in a bit of stitching with my sewing machine and some lace from my scrappy stash. All patterned paper is from the kit. The alphas, with the exception of the red one's, are in the kit as well. I pulled those from my own stockpile of alphabet stickers. Those are also Cosmo Cricket. I adhered the majority of this page with the Helmar Quick Fix Adhesive Runner. I used Helmar 450 Quick Dry Adhesive for attaching the lace and Helmar Zap Dots to pop up the die cut that the title is on. I also used Helmar Liquid Scrap Dots to adhere my flower.
I had to take these pictures inside due to the weather, so it is a little dark. I hope you can see it ok though.
"Constantly Amazed By You"
The border below the picture is also Cosmo Cricket and from my own scrappy stash. I added some purple pearls from Queen & Co as well. The flower and the tickets are from the kit. This picture was taken in the Smoky Mountains National Park this past spring.
That's all for me today! See ya tomorrow with the next reveal! Have a fabulous day!