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Three in one Layout | Anna Komenda

Three in one Layout | Anna Komenda

Hello Friends. It's Anna here with my newest inspiration for you. Usually when I create a layout as a DT member, I try to stick to one collection so it would be easier for you to recreate it, if you want to. But today I made an exception! I mixed all three recent lines on one, cheerful page! You can find papers and embellishments from "Noteworthy", "My favorite story" and "Super cool" on my layout. Each of those lines has a different color palette but I managed to choose patterns and elements that matched my design. It's very easy when you have a rainbow project in the making :)

I used a free cutfile of scalloped rainbow that was recently released in Pinkfresh Studio Fan Group. I backed it with papers from different collections. Yellow and blue are from "My favorite story" and green and pink are from "Super cool". My dotted background paper is also from "Super cool" collection. Two corners are cut from navy, chequered pattern is from "Noteworthy".

Colorful photo of my daughter holding a rainbow balloon is a perfect match to the cutfile. I embellished it with bits and pieces from ephemera pack from "My favorite story" collection. I also cut out few flowers from flowers clusters. You can find them in Flowers Pack. This may be also a good tip for you - if you have some elements in collection that you know, you won't use the way they are, try to cut them into pieces and fussy cut something out from them.  It's better to use part of it than keep it unused.

My title was created with two sets of puffy alpha stickers from "Noteworthy" collection. I love them because they are colorful. You can either use mix of colors or only pick the ones in one shade. You can easily use them with any other collection and they will last you for a while thanks to the great number of stickers.

I mixed a lot of different stickers types on this page. Starting with cute, small puffy stickers, through layered ones from Mixed Embesllish Pack, thicker cardboard stickers and the heaviest chipboard frames. I love the diversity of textures they add to the page.

How do you like my page? Mixing collections is your jam? I think it's the great way to use up leftovers from the lines you are running low with embellishments and papers. That is all for today. Thank you for stopping by and see you next month.

XO Anna

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