Despite the fact that I absolutely LOVED so very many of the products in the soon to be defunct Spring Mini catalogue, I don't seem to have managed to blog about them much.
I will be attempting to rectify that in the coming days as we wave a - possibly final - goodbye to the products that have graced us this Spring.
One of the things that screamed 'Springtime' most deafeningly to me has been the Walk in the Park Designer Series Paper. The colours are so very fresh and pretty and Spring-y!
I thought it was about time I shared some more scrapbooking with you, so here is a layout I completed a little while ago featuring some of this gorgeous DSP and my equally gorgeous small girl.
I took the photos on a warm-ish Winter's day in the park across the street from our house while Soph was intent on checking out the little pink flowers that were dotted throughout the grass.
The journalling reads:
Never happier than when you are communing with nature... Sweet Sophie, my little garden girl
I used this sketch as a starting point for my layout and used a t-shirt of Sophie's as the colour inspiration.
I've always loved the vintage-y look of this shirt and I think the colours are gorgeous together.
I zoomed in so you could see the beautiful detail in the image on the front of the shirt.
This happily also spares you from the assorted wrinkles and creases that are in abundance due to the fact that I don't iron. It takes away too much time from more enjoyable endeavours, so I have struck it from my list of 'things that require my attention'.
I highly recommend it.
Stay tuned for some more projects involving Spring Mini stuff in the next little while, and to ensure that YOU get your hands on your must-have Spring Mini products, contact me today to get it while you still can...
"Garden Girl Layout" Stamps: Jumbo Outline Alphabet Paper: Baja Breeze, Kiwi Kiss, Pink Pirouette, Walk in the Park DSP, Bella Rose DSP Ink: Kiwi Kiss, Regal Rose and Riding Hood Red re-inkers (to colour the Pretties) Accessories: Pretties Kit, Button Bouquet, Scallop Edge Punch, Old Olive Marker (for journalling)