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Hello Crafty Friends,
Can you believe we are at the end of my reveal week?!!. This month’s projects were all inspired by the saying, ” April Showers bring May’s Flowers”, and boy! did I use flowers for all of this week’s projects. Let me show you what i was inspired to create:
- You Are My Bright Side. The beautiful May cut file from Scrapbook and Cards Today magazine was the starting point for this page. The fussy cut elements from the the Oh My Heart collection complete this page all about my little niece
- 14! This month’s Silhouette Savvy Series entry focuses on altering one cut file to obtain multiple looks and projects. Once again the Scrapbook and Cards Today magazine cut file was used, and the samples were created using Dear Lizzy’s Lovely Day collection, and Simple Stories Faith collection.
- Thumbs Up. Continuing with the floral inspiration for the month, this project features one of the paper cut outs that is included in the 12×12 paper pads from Pink Paislee’s Oh My Heart collection, a few french knots, and a colorful mixed media background.
- MOM. May is the month to celebrate Moms! For this project, i created the cut file -which is available for free at the Scrapbook Nerd Store – and the gorgeous Kaisercraft Wildflower collection to document a sweet embrace between my mom and the littlest.
I hope these all serve as inspiration for your own projects. Flowers never go out of style, and the paper kind last forever.
Remember to stop by the Scrapbook Nerd store to pick up the free cut file ( I would love to see what you create with it!), and to check all the materials used in these projects. There is a lot of beautiful floral papers available in the store’s shelves.
I am a comment away if you have any questions on how any of these projects came together.