What do you do when you create a layout, but find that you aren’t 100% pleased with the end result? Do you leave it alone and move on? Do you tweak a few things? Do you trash it?
For me, it depends. I rarely throw a layout away and start over. Most of the time, I will walk away and come back to it in a few days to see if I like it better. If it still bothers me, I will do my best to make a few adjustments.
This is the situation I found myself in with the layout I am sharing today. Watch the video below to see the elements of the layout that bothered me, and what I did to fix them.
The collection I worked with in this video is the Simple Vintage Great Escape collection by Simple Stories. This collection was released last summer (2020) and was very popular = making it harder to find these days. I did notice that Scrapbook.com has a few items from this collection left at the time of this posting, but if you are looking for everything that I used on this layout, head over to ACherryOnTop.com. They have everything you’ll need! Yay!
SUPPLIES USED IN THIS PROJECT:
Simple Vintage Great Escape collection by Simple Stories
Great Escape Simple Basics Kit
Nature Lover Paper
Let’s Explore Paper
4×6 Elements Paper
2×2 Elements Paper
Great Escape Foliage Bits & Pieces
Great Escape Decorative Brads
Great Escape Stamps
Great Escape Layered Frames
Viewmaster Die: Echo Park Paper
Letter Stamps: Bold by Felicity Jane
Distressing Stamps: Gorgeous Grunge by Stampin’ Up
Brushed Letter Alphabet Stamps by Close to My Heart
Mixed Confetti Stamp by Jane Davenport
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