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Urban Traveling in a SN@P

A very happy and GOOD FRIDAY to you!
I just returned home from 'work'
'Work' if you call creating beautiful page kits 'work'
Scrapbooker's Emporium is in the process of creating several one-of-a-kind page kits with some
 of the greatest new hot releases...if you love a collection kit with a little twist, then you will love these ;)  
I'll be sure to let you know when they're up and ready for preview and ordering!

Yesterday was so busy that I forgot to share my blog post for 
SIMPLE STORIES
   We took the kids on a Spring Break cruise and I got a lot of great pictures that I wanted to scrap with Urban Traveler.  Of course, being a scrapbooker, I had this collection in mind while snapping photos! 
 I was so tickled to see a comment from a SS fan from the town of Progresso, Mexico, where these photos were taken...small, small world!  
 I made a collage of four photos into a single 4x6 print by using an app by www.photosheet.com
This is such a wonderful tool if you haven't given it a try (and it's free!)
 I lined up the photo with one of the artistic journaling cards and went from there in matting with a patterned paper.  The blue 'wavy' piece at the bottom was traced from a template by Kiwi Lane Designs.  

 Along with a few die-cuts clouds and buttons from my stash, I created a trio of flags by attaching the SN@P stickers to a wooden toothpick and wrapping around the excess.  I attached them to the page by adding small foam squares to the back of each flag.

 We had a vintage typewriter available at a retreat that I attended this past weekend...it came in sooo handy when I got ready to journal on one of the SN@P journal cards!  I just tucked one of the pockets behind my photo and then slid the card inside.
Products: SN@P- Stickers-Icons; Color Vibe-Yellow & Green Chevron/Mini Dot and Red Dot/Stripe Papers; Colorfusion Pockets; Urban Traveler- Navy Dots/Ledger Paper; 4x6 Journaling Cards Elements

 For the card I went with a simple design and color scheme.  I'm really loving the SN@P Small Dot and Striped papers together...can't you tell? :) I wrapped a light pink doily around the bottom of the pocket and glued in place.  To the top, I layered two different colored SN@P sticker tabs together.  A couple of embellishments added to the center and my card was complete!
Products: SN@P- Colorvibe- Pink Chevron/Mini Dot and Teal Dot/Stripe Papers; Life-Bingo Cards/Stripe Paper; Pockets- Just the Basics; Stickers-Typeset and Labels
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That's all for today...I have some catching up to do on Curtsey Boutique projects, so
I'll get those listed tomorrow.  Have a happy and blessed Easter!
 

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  1. These are just great. LOVING the little banner on the layout :)

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