Valentine’s Day was just one week ago. Do you have some documenting to do? A little love to share in paper form perhaps?

Well, then maybe this darling spread from Paige will help you give you the much needed inspiration!


I have a new layout to share for the Kerri Bradford Design Team featuring one of the images in her Just My Type set paired with my Pick-Me-Up collection!



I started by die cutting the title from the Just My Type set using my Silhouette Cameo 3 and the B-side of Paper 20 which is a very light blush pink ledger paper – usually I cut everything from white cardstock so this was a slight change of pace :) Then I went through all of the 6×6 Paper Pads from my collections (Fancy Free, Take Me Away 6×6 Paper Pad, Oh My Heart 6×6 Paper Pad, Turn the Page 6×6 Paper Pad, and Pick-Me-Up 6×6 Paper Pad) and pulled out all of the pink patterned papers. I ungrouped the title, offset each letter, then die cut the inside of each letter for backing the title from the pink papers.



I spent some time adding dimensional adhesive to the back of the cut file to get some shadows and then placed the papers. I placed the title at a slight angle on Paper 24 and then printed an oversized photo of me and Chris to tuck under the left side at the same angle. At first I thought I’d use a black & white photo, I even printed it out, but I printed the colored photo too and what can I say, I’m all about the COLORS! Give me all the colors, always :)



Since there are a few colors on my dress in the photo, I pulled in a few more colors in the form of flowers from the Ephemera Die Cuts and tucked six of them under and around the title. I also added a “wonderful” Ephemera Die Cut between the words. Below the photo I added typed/printed/trimmed journaling strips. That’s about it!



Be sure to check out all of the amazing products Kerri has to offer in her shop – she’s always adding more amazing things!



Ooo-la-la! I love that ginormous title! And all backed with pretty little papers? I swoon! Paige’s Pink Paislee line is perfection with that title.

It’s just ever so lovely!