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Two layouts with The Indigo Hills Collection

Two layouts with The Indigo Hills Collection

 Hello, crafty friends. It's Eunyoung. Today I'll share two layouts. I used Indigo Hills Collection for this. It has beautiful mixed-style patternes. So don't worry about creating an awesome mixed-style layout with this collection!! For the first layout, I die cut butterfly shape with patterned papers.

I used 6x6 paper pad for butterfly shapes. It is a double sided paper pad. So I die cut the butterfly shape with two different papers and used four different pattened butterfly shapes. I did machine stitchings every pieces as usual. I finised to embellish with gold foiled wood clips, rubber charms & studio puffs.

 I chose a 12x12 mixed style paper for a background of second layout. Its brushstroke is awesome!! After I did machine stitching with the patterned paper, I trimmed it by 8 x 11.5 inch. I did machine stitching on some die-cuts and added the them along the stitching using pop-dots. It's useful to use pop-dots for 3D effect. I embellished Studio puffs, rubber charms and gold foiled wood clips. I finished to stamp a date along the stitching. 

I hope you'll enjoy it. Thank you for stopping by.



3. Oct 19, 2016

Stunning layouts! Thank you for the inspiration.

Julie B
2. Oct 19, 2016

Oh, wow. I love the butterflies!! Beautiful layout.

Nicole Martel
1. Oct 18, 2016

These are just lovely! I did my first layout with Indigo Hills yesterday; believe it or not, it’s about my grandson playing soccer – Pinkfresh collections have a feminine feel, but the geometric designs lend themselves to masculine themes as well!

Margaret Roberts

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