I’ve been making a point to dig into my stash lately and put a few older supplies to good use. Today I am sharing a layout with a 2017 Jillibean Soup collection called Farmhouse Stew. The warm woodgrain planks combined with the bright ‘B’ sides were perfect for this layout of my husband and I staying at the Wilderness Lodge and Disney World for our 20th wedding anniversary.


I wanted a collection that had the bright colors of Disney World, but the outdoorsy feel of the Wilderness Lodge. This Jillibean Soup collection fits the bill perfectly! I focused on using the ‘B’ sides of the paper, for the base design of the page.

After selecting the collection to work with, I shopped my stash for embellishments with the same colors. I used chipboard frames from Freckle Fawn, teal puffy phrases from Elle’s Studio, and wood veneer hearts.

I dug deep into my stash for the letters for my title. This Heidi Swapp chipboard set is one of the very first alphabet sets I ever purchased when I started scrapbooking and it’s high time I got them used up! I used to use brown A LOT when I first started scrapbooking, but now I only reach for it occasionally. The brown letters look great with the woodgrain background on this page.

I added a brown cardstock scallop across the top of the page to repeat the brown color of the chipboard letters.

My favorite part of this page was fussy-cutting the floral clusters, then adding die-cut flowers and leaves over the printed design to give it more dimension. The flower comes from the Spellbinders ‘I Dance’ set currently on the market. I added a brown-orange gem to the center of each flower as a sparkly accent.

I added a sprinkling of wood veneer hearts around my fussy-cut butterflies. The hearts work well since this is an anniversary layout.

I matted each photo on its own patterned paper, simply because I liked how each photo looked with those colors.

I used up these bright Freckled Fawn chipboard frames from my stash by cutting them in half and tucking them behind the floral clusters. I love the pop of pattern and texture they add!

This page turned out so pretty and it was so much FUN to make. I especially loved adding the die-cut flowers and leaves to the fussy-cut floral clusters to make them feel more ‘alive’ and dimensional. Flowers are ALWAYS fun to work with!

Wishing you a happy day!


Jillibean Soup ‘Farmhouse Stew’ collection (2017)
Solid Cardstock: Simple Stories Color Vibe
Chipboard Letters: Heidi Swapp
Wood Veneer Hearts: Unknown, I think they might be from Felicity Jane?
Chipboard Frames: Freckled Fawn
Teal Puffy Phrases: Elle’s Studio
Gems: KaiserCraft
Flower Die: Spellbinders ‘I Dance’ Die Set

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Simple Stories Flea Market: Delightful

Hello, friends! I’m back again today with another Simple Stories Flea Market layout. Even though this collection is all about vintage flea market finds and being at home, I’m going to use it for an outdoorsy layout today.


This memory is from that dreadful COVID year of 2020. My kids had been home for over a month and were starting to get a bit stir-crazy from the monotonous day-to-day routine. My daughters decided to shake things up a bit by hanging our hammock in the forest next to our house. They spent HOURS out there talking, reading, scrolling on their phones, and just spending time together. It was a great way to find a silver-lining in being stuck at home.

The tag paper in each of the Simple Stories collections is one of my favorite papers. You can use the tags as is, flip them over to the back to use as a journaling or title block, or simply tuck them behind layers on your page as design elements. I’ve added three of them to the top of this design.

I layered together several little bits in the top-right corner of my main photo. Here you will find Journal Bits, a phrase sticker from the 12×12 Sticker Sheet, and foam hearts from the Foam Stickers. A snippet of the scallop border sticker (Cardstock Stickers) peeks out from behind the right edge of the photo for added interest.

I added more Journal Bits layered on the left side of the salmon library card, then added Floral Bits and two camera stickers to the left edge of the small photo.

More Floral Bits, as well as a sprinkle of Enamel Dots, adorn my Foam Sticker title. LOVE all the texture with the different types of embellishments here.

The candy colors and sweet florals of the Simple Stories Flea Market collection have been so refreshing and fun to play with this week! I hope you have enjoyed seeing my projects with this beautiful set of products.

See you again real soon!


Hip Kit Club Date Stamp from January Pocket Life Kit

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Simple Stories Flea Market: Good Stuff Layout

I recently picked up the Simple Stories Flea Market collection and am loving the girly pink and teal color scheme. Today I am sharing my first layout with this collection. Let’s take a look!


My daughter was so excited when her Church Primary Class teacher invited her and her classmates to help out at her upcoming wedding reception as servers. My daughter has always wanted to help out at a wedding and now was her chance.

Since she was serving cake and clearing plates at the wedding, I thought the plate icons would make a fun embellishment for this scrapbook page about this event.

I fussy-cut several different plates from the Oh, Yes Please paper and grouped them along the bottom of my design. I also used a journal block from the Journal Elements paper.

On the right side of the photo, I layered together a couple of tickets from the Journal Bits. I stamped the date on one of them, then added staples as accents.

I used the ‘Good Stuff’ phrase from the Foam Stickers for a quick-and-easy title. The bright pink color repeats the color of my daughter’s dress in the photo.

A few Floral Bits interspersed between the fussy-cut plates break things up a bit. I also added some foam hearts (Foam Stickers) and clusters of enamel dots for texture and dimension.

I love the way all of the circular plates look along the bottom of this design. This would be a fun design to repeat with punched patterned paper circles or even flowers.

Thanks for coming by today! I hope you found some inspiration for your next scrapbook page!


Hip Kit Club Date Stamp from January Pocket Life Kit

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Pinkfresh Studio Flower Market: Fools for Jazz

This was one of those layouts that I struggled through. I didn’t have a plan, so it took me a while to find a flow. However, I’m glad I stuck with it because in the end I am SO HAPPY with the way that it came out!

Hi Friends! Happy Saturday! Today I am sharing another page created with the beautiful Pinkfresh Studio Flower Market collection.


Each year our local high school puts on an event called ‘Fools for Jazz’. It’s a night of dinner and swing dancing as the Jazz Band plays several numbers. The community all joins in and it’s a great night of fun and fund-raising.

My daughter and her friend looked great as they dressed the part for the evening. I snapped a few pictures of them in the backyard before they left.

Usually, I have a general idea of what I am going to do on a layout before I begin. For this one, I wasn’t quite sure what I wanted to do. As I shuffled the photos and die-cuts around, I finally settled on a diagonal design of circles starting in the upper-left corner and leading down through the bottom-right corner.

After layering together the circles from corner to corner, simply arrange your photos and die-cuts along the diagonal line.

I placed the flowers along the diagonal line beginning with a cluster of die-cut Ephemera and Floral Ephemera in the top-left corner of the page. I added a bit of white twine to the key fob die-cut for additional texture.

I stitched around each circle, as well as the perimeter of the page. You can see that I added zig-zag stitching across the top and bottom edges, but used straight stitching on the sides.

The journaling and title are placed in the open corners of the page design. I used background stamps and small butterflies from my stash to create butterflies to dot around the page. I feel like this added to the springtime feel of the page and helped to fill in the empty spots.

Remember that I used twine in the top-left corner of the page? To balance that element, I tucked a few tags behind the right edge of the photo in the bottom-right corner, then added twine to the top of the tags. You can see a close-up in the photo above.

I recently purchased the Stitched Foliage Dies from Kat Scrappiness and found that they were perfect for filling out each of the floral clusters throughout this page. Be sure to check out the Christmas Foliage and Autumn Foliage dies on their website as well. They are all so beautiful and I can see myself reaching for these dies again and again!

I am in love with the patterns and florals of the Pinkfresh Studio Flower Market collection. The soft hues with cheerful florals were the perfect choice for this page about my daughter. Have you tried a diagonal design flow on a layout recently? Give it a try this weekend while you are working on your next layout. It was a lot of fun to create!




Stitched Foliage Dies by Kat Scrappiness

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