CTMH Technique Blog Hop - Vellum Makes Everything Better

Hello and welcome to our CTMH Technique Blog Hop.This week we are featuring our vellum paper.


If you have just joined us you can start here and continue on, as this is a circular hop or if you get lost along the way you can start at the beginning with Melissa's Blog as she has the complete list. If you came here from SCRAP N ROLL you are in the right place. Now on to my project: 




For my project today I decided I wanted to use up some of the leftover PML cards from the Forever & Always Cut Above Kit. It was the last layout I needed for my wedding album and it couldn't be too "girly". I used the copper stripped vellum pieces from the Rustic Home Collection and flipped it over to get "silver" type lines instead of the copper. As you can tell it is behind the flower card and photos in the last picture. The right strip of white wood grain patterned paper were two PML cards from the Forever & Always Cut Above Kit as well. ;)

I used many different paper and scraps from here and there to complete this page, bringing it all together. I was quite pleased with the way it turned out. Don't forget that our Cut Above kits are only 9.50$ this month only! While supplies last.

Supply List:
Rustic Home Paper Pack
Forever & Always Cut Above PML Cards
Live Beautifully Stamp Set
Live Beautifully Cut Above embellishment (the black leaves)
Gold Glitter Gems
Hello Lovely Complements
Blush Shimmer Ribbon  
Slate & White Daisy Cardstock
Black Ink Pad
Stapler & Staples 

Thank you for checking out my project. If you would like to place an order for any of these supplies you can buy them here. If you enjoyed my project please comment below as we love feedback! Next on our blog hop is Melissa from HEARTFELT SENTIMENTS. Make sure to check out her amazing work featuring this same product.
 

Have a great day!

Comments

  1. Love the layout and how you incorporated the "Live Beautifully" paper.

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  2. Such a beautiful layout! Love your creativity with the products you used!

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  3. What a fun way to combine vellum and PML cards

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