chipboard frames, some 6x6 paper, and 12x12 paper from The Pier so I began the process of gathering, cropping, and setting up some base layers.
6x6 paper is so fun - I like to just position it so little bits and pieces peek out here and there. I also love to build a nice mat (as I have above) and stitch on it before adhering to my layout. This lets me play around with position and see what I really like.
die cuts, dimensional stickers, and a tag I painted with bundled sage and this layout is coming right together!
number stickers, and I also sprinkled some gold UTEE in a few spots. For the UTEE I heated from underneath my page so that it left gold sprinkles - I love this effect! It is more dimensional and easier to control verses mist, but a squirt or two of mist would work as well.
Here is my finished page-
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