Happy Monday friends! We are sharing the love this week with a sale. It’s our 21 year marriage anniversary on February 12th and with Valentine’s Day a couple days after we figured we would have a sale. The sale is 21% off in celebration of our anniversary. We have actually been together going on 24 years. The sale ends on the 16th at midnight eastern time so get your orders in.
I am also sharing a layout today. I love scrapping my dog Roscoe. Everyone that has ever met Roscoe has fell in love with him. I could on for hours about the funny things he does. He is one special dog. I have never owned such and intelligent, problem solving, a bit nervous and has major separation anxiety that is super spoiled. He is also quite handsome with an amazing bloodline. He’s a 15″ sized beagle so on the bigger end and suffer’s from seizures which breaks my heart. Thankfully he only gets them 4 times a year. Well right now. He is 6 years old and extremely photogenic. He even loves to photo bomb. I love him. Even though he hops the fence (escape artist) and can be a barker.
I used a bunch of chipboard pieces, wood and 1 stamp. I altered out new fronds with Tim Holtz distress paints in the colors of green and brown and then added some distressed green stickles. For the mangled chicken wire border piece I first applied Tim Holtz distress paint in pewter. I wanted to achieve a rusted effect so I applied some course pumice and sprayed some Tattered Angels mist in sort of a copper color. For the conversation hearts and other wood hearts I applied Faber Castell big pitt pen. I then added pink stickles the wood hearts. I used a hot pink heat embossing powder for the I Love You hashtag word. The love piece with heart and arrow I applied pink stickles on the heart, red paint for the word love and black marker for the arrow. I applied stazon ink the to the distressed chicken wire stamp and stamped sporadically throughout the layout.
A close up the border piece and title piece
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Thanks for stopping by. Have a creative Monday!